12.5 Kapitan Terrorism in the Arab-Israeli Conflict

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Kapitan “Terrorism in the Arab- Israeli Conflict” Moral implications of terrorism
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From last time Some terminological house cleaning. The history of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
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Structural Terrorism v. Palestinians In the occupied territories, Israel exercised structural terrorism against the Palestinians. - In the occupied territory, there are Jewish settlements - These settlements are protected by Israel v. Palestinians “To maintain and protect them, Palestinians have been subjected to a vast institutional framework that features economic control, land expropriation, destruction of property, and regulation of Palestinian movement” (p. 10).
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The Terror of 'Terrorism' Calling somebody a “terrorist” is another form of structural terrorism - Calling somebody a terrorist automatically labels and marginalizes them They are “moral monsters” who only desire their own ends, or are just blood lusters.
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