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This section of the book presents details of the two authors namely, M. Cherif Bassiouni, and Shlomo Ben Ami. Both have been active in the Arab-Israeli peace process for many years which has brought them together in producing the book titled International and Comparative Criminal Law Series. The book consists of three parts. Part I provides a chronology of events in the Arab-Israeli conflict. Part II puts the conflict into perspective by providing the historical background and discussing the various conflicts, military strategies, prospects for peace, and more. Part III includes summaries and cites to 690 documents on the Arab-Israeli conflict covering the period from 1897 to 2008, as well as key texts on Jerusalem going back to 636 C.E.

Keywords: Arab-Israeli conflict; Jerusalem; M. Cherif Bassiouni; Shlomo Ben Ami

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