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Not Just a Soccer Game
Colonialism and Conflict among Palestinians in Israel

Magid Shihade

Cloth $29.95s    |    978-0-8156-3256-6    |    2011

"Shihade has produced a fascinating account of how violence between different Israeli Arab communities relates to Israeli government policies and practices towards its Arab citizens." —Laila Parsons, McGill Institute of Islamic Studies

"Shihade has provided an important piece of research on the little known status and condition of Palestinian Arabs in Israel." —Elaine C. Hagopian, Simmons College, Boston

  Not Just a Soccer Game

    Magid Shihade teaches at the Abu-Lughod Institute for International Studies at Birzeit University. His research interests focus on modernity, violence, and identity. His articles have appeared in such journals as the Journal of Alternative Perspectives in Social Sciences, the Mediterranean Journal of Human Rights, and Arab Studies Quarterly.

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