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        LC Classifications1985
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        Paginationxvi, 88 p. :
        Number of Pages58
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        ISBN 10086232582X
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This enabled the homelands to establish themselves in the long term as self-governing territories and ultimately as nominally fully "independent" states. The Palestinian negotiators at Oslo were not shown the Israeli map until 24 hours before the agreement was due to be signed, and had no access to maps of their own in order to confirm what they were being shown. And you might also want to ignore the fact that the existing Jewish-only colonies and roads and other Israeli Bantustan Gaza effectively annex more than 54 percent of the West Bank.

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The proposal, presented during a Security Cabinet meeting, was referred to as the "Allon Plus" Plan. The near-total isolation imposed on the Gaza Strip entailed a significant gamble for Israel: it could retain overwhelming power in dictating the conditions of everyday life — including how much electricity and food Palestinians could consume — but it gave up significant leverage in influencing political developments on the ground.

"Israeli politicians lost no time exploiting these fears increasingly employing the term Hamastan - a neologism for the concept of a Hamas-dominated Palestinian Islamist theocracy under Iranian tutelage - to describe these circumstances; "before our very eyes", as Netanyahu warned, "Hamastan has been established, the step-child of Iran and the Taliban". A central area aroundalmost trisected by a number of ;• " In 2003, the historianarguing that the peace process had effectively been killed, leaving 'Palestinian Arabs corralled into shrinking Bantustans.

No one seems to feel the need to call China an apartheid state, though it is well known that China does something similar in Xinjiang. In the Palestinian West Bank, some 600,000 Israeli squatters have usurped significant amounts of Bantustan Gaza from Palestinians, for which they paid nothing to the original owners, and their squatter settlements are off-limits to Palestinians, who cannot live in them.

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Bantustan Gaza / Richard Locke and Antony Stewart

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Just make them clearer, he said. map and explained: "The UN mapmakers focused on land set aside for Jewish settlements, roads reserved for settler access, the West Bank separation barrier, closed military areas and nature reserves," and "What remains is an area of habitation remarkably close to territory set aside for the Palestinian population in Israeli security proposals dating back to postwar 1967.