1967: A starting point to peace
The Six Day War was a watershed in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It brought major points of contention to the surface, but also generated potential for resolution.
Without a common conception of time, it’s impossible to maintain a common life as a society, French sociologist and psychologist Emile Durkheim maintained. A common conception of time is also important in understanding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Three key years in the conflict, 1917, 1947 and 1967, mark three sets of events, each year with its own significance, on which in...
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