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Sustaining Conflict

Apathy and Domination in Israel-Palestine

Katherine Natanel

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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Geschichte

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Sustaining Conflict develops a groundbreaking theory of political apathy, using a combination of ethnographic material, narrative, and political, cultural, and feminist theory. It examines how the status quo is maintained in Israel-Palestine, even by the activities of Jewish Israelis who are working against the occupation of Palestinian territories. The book shows how hierarchies and fault lines in Israeli politics lead to fragmentation, and how even oppositional power becomes routine over time. Most importantly, the book exposes how the occupation is sustained through a carefully crafted system that allows sympathetic Israelis to “knowingly not know,” further disconnecting them from the plight of Palestinians. While focusing on Israel, this is a book that has lessons for how any authoritarian regime is sustained through apathy.

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leftist israeli politics, political occupation, jewish israelis, unresolved conflict in palestine, west bank, arab israeli conflict, west jerusalem, occupation of palestine, social relations in israel palestine, occupied west bank, palestine, israeli politics, palestinian territory, two state solution, palestinian government, palestine israeli conflict, tel aviv, israeli government, political conflict, global politics, israel, israel palestine, knesset, arab israelis, occupied palestine, arab politics, political science