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Israeli Civilian Settlements in the Occupied Arab Territories Revisited

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Affiliations: 1: LLB, LLM, MSC Econ., Tutorial Fellow in public international law and part-time lecturer at the London School of Economics and Political Science/University of London. The author acknowledges the kind assistance of the Palestinian General Delegation to the UK and is grateful for the generous time of its Head, Mr Afif Safieh, and Deputy Head, Mr Naim Samara. He is also appreciative for putting at his disposal relevant recent documents including the full version of the Israeli-Palestinian Interim Agreement on the West Bank and Gaza Strip which was signed in Washington on 28 September 1995.


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