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Israel's Occupation$
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Neve Gordon

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780520255302

Published to California Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520255302.001.0001

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The Separation Principle

The Separation Principle

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(p.197) Chapter 8 The Separation Principle
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Israel's Occupation
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Neve Gordon

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University of California Press
DOI:10.1525/california/9780520255302.003.0009

By the turn of the new millennium, Israel had almost totally abandoned forms of control whose goal was to manage the lives of the Palestinian inhabitants residing in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and was also reluctant to allow the Palestinian Authority to continue administering the occupied population. The difference between Israel's decision to distribute clubs and Rabin's “break their bones” policy from the first intifada and the firing of a million bullets during the second uprising's first month signifies a change in the primary principle informing Israel's occupation, that is, a shift from the principle of colonization to the principle of separation. This chapter describes these two principles and emphasizes that they actually contaminate each other so that there is always a trace of one in the other.

Keywords:   Palestinian resistance, uprising, intifada, control, occupation, Palestinian Authority, West Bank, Gaza Strip, colonization

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