Title: The High Command: Settler influence on IDF conduct in the West Bank
Description: No date indicated (published ca. 2017). Wraps. Very slight edgewear. Interior is clean. 139 pp. 9.25 x 6.5 inches. Two copies noted on OCLC (NYU and Stanford).
Testimonies of soldiers who have served in the West Bank, in which Israeli settlements are located. The testimonies depict the characteristics and implications of the deep-seated relationship between settlers and the IDF. They describe the reality in which settlers actively participate to enforcing the military rule over the Palestinians, and indicate that the military is often used by settlers as an instrument for strengthening their grip and control of the territory. The testimonies also indicate that Israeli settlers are regularly involved in operational activities and influence their forms of implementation.
Testimonies are divided into five sections: a) Settler involvement in operational activity b) Failure to enforce the law on settlers harming Palestinians or their property c) Settler violence against IDF soldiers D)IDF soldiers guarding settlers' events and recreational activity E) Proximity and close personal ties between settlers and soldiers F) Integrating settlers and their political ideologies into IDF educational activities.
Binding: Soft Cover
Condition: Very Good
Publisher: Breaking the Silence
Place: Tel Aviv, Israel
Year: ca. 2017
Keywords: Israel, Palestine, armed forces, occupied territories, IDF, Jews, Palestinians, West Bank, government policy, Arab-Israeli, conflict,
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