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That term will retain its psychological power and remain a profound national responsibility for future Palestinians and for Arab nationalists beyond Palestine. For the Palestinians the right of return is rooted in their sense of being driven out in Three generations of parents have taught three generations of children that they would go back to the same places from which they were driven.
That is an aspect of their national reality. No matter that they know that they cannot return and most would not. How will those raised on faith in the return - even against all reason -- accept new aspirations and new formulations? Most Israelis understand Palestinian identity as a response to or outgrowth of the strength of Israel and the evolution of the Zionist dream.
They do not see Palestinians as having an authentic identity of their own, nor as having a national self-understanding that exists separate from the conflict. Can Israeli Jews come to see the legitimacy of Palestinian Arabs' insistence on their right to the land from the beginning of the conflict? Can they understand why Palestinians persisted in resisting the Jewish claims for so many years, even through armed conflict? Are Israelis ready to understand and accept that Palestinian resistance was not born of innate perversity and hatred of Jews, but is rooted in the Palestinians' own sense of right to the land of their fathers and grandfathers and in the Palestinians' inability to comprehend why another people could feel it not only right but glorious to take this land from them?
Can the Palestinians recognize that the Jewish people who came to Palestine were not arriving as colonialists but rather owing to a deep conviction that they had a full right to return to the land of their Bible from which they had been forcibly expelled and for which they yearned throughout two thousand years of exile?
Are the Palestinian ready to understand and accept that these Jewish people were not agents of imperialistic powers, intent on their subjugation and ultimate supplanting? Shirley J rated it it was amazing Jan 25, Nick pandamazing rated it liked it Jun 26, Anu rated it really liked it Mar 16, Sofia rated it liked it Sep 30, Steve rated it liked it Sep 30, Margadst rated it it was amazing Nov 28, Carol rated it it was ok Aug 05, Nitin Tomer rated it liked it Jan 14, Pawan Kumar rated it really liked it Jul 31, Faiz rated it really liked it Aug 18, Robert Marino rated it really liked it Sep 27, Kavita Ginty rated it liked it Jul 07, May 05, Rod Mathewson rated it liked it.
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