Palestiinlased

Palestiinlased (araabia keeles الفلسطينيون, al-filasṭīnīyyūn, heebrea keeles פלסטינים) on araablaste etniline rühm[1][2][3][4][5][6][7], kes elab ajaloolises Palestiinas Läänekaldal, Gaza sektoris, Galileas ja Jordaania-taguses piirkonnas. Need on kunagi varem sellel territooriumil elanud elanikkonna segu, sealhulgas samaarlased ja juudid, kes araabia kultuuri täielikult omaks võtsid. Koguarv on ca. 13 miljonit inimest, kellest 4,8 miljonit elab diasporaas.

ViitedRedigeeri

  1. Wittes, Tamara Cofman. 2005. How Israelis and Palestinians Negotiate: A Cross-cultural Analysis. US Institute of Peace Press. p. 5.
  2. Jabareen, Hassan. 2002. "The Future of Arab Citizenship in Israel:Jewish-Zionist Time in as Place with No Palestinian memory." In Challenging Ethnic Citizenship: German and Israeli Perspectives on Immigration, edited by D. Levy and Y. Weiss. Berghahn Books. p. 214.
  3. Hussain, Mir Zohair, and Stephan Shumock. 2006. "Ethnonationalism: A Concise Overview." In Perspectives on Contemporary Ethnic Conflict: Primal Violence Or the Politics of Conviction, edited by S. C. Saha. Lexington Books. pp. 269ff, 284: "The Palestinians…are an ethnic minority in their country of residence."
  4. Nasser, Riad. 2013. Palestinian Identity in Jordan and Israel: The Necessary “Others” in the Making of a Nation. Routledge: "What is noteworthy here is the use of a general category ‘Arabs,’ instead of a more specific one of 'Palestinians.' By turning to a general category, the particularity of Palestinians, among other ethnic and national groups, is erased and in its place Jordanian identity is implanted."
  5. Haklai, Oded. 2011. Palestinian Ethnonationalism in Israel. University of Pennsylvania Press. pp. 112–45.
  6. Abu-Rayya, Hisham Motkal; Abu-Rayya, Maram Hussien (2009). "Acculturation, religious identity, and psychological well-being among Palestinians in Israel". International Journal of Intercultural Relations 33 (4): 325–331. doi:10.1016/j.ijintrel.2009.05.006. 
  7. Moilanen-Miller, Heather. "The Construction of Identity through Tradition: Palestinians in the Detroit Metro Area". International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Science: 143–150.