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Egypt, Syria and the War on Gaza : A Study on the Egyptian and Syrian Foreign Policy Responses to the 2008 / 2009 Gaza War

2015
by Muslim Imran Abu Omar
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The 2008/ 2009 Gaza War was one of the most crucial battles that the Palestinian resistance engaged in, since 1948. Its outstanding performance, though with limited capabilities, was a center of focus for those interested in the Palestinian issue. - The Gaza War was detrimental to the people and infrastructure of Gaza and had a divisive impact on the regional relations, especially among Arab states. - During this war, Arab states split into two camps, the “Moderate Camp” led by Egypt and the “Defiant Camp” led by Syria. The Egyptian and Syrian responses to the war epitomized those of two camps. This study analyses the foreign policy responses of these two states, with respect to some internal and external factors. -

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The 2008/ 2009 Gaza War was one of the most crucial battles that the Palestinian resistance engaged in, since 1948. Its outstanding performance, though with limited capabilities, was a center of focus for those interested in the Palestinian issue. - The Gaza War was detrimental to the people and infrastructure of Gaza and had a divisive impact on the regional relations, especially among Arab states. - During this war, Arab states split into two camps, the “Moderate Camp” led by Egypt and the “Defiant Camp” led by Syria. The Egyptian and Syrian responses to the war epitomized those of two camps. This study analyses the foreign policy responses of these two states, with respect to some internal and external factors. -

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Authors Muslim Imran Abu Omar
Language English
Year Published 2015
Publisher Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies & Consultations
Number of Pages 103
ISBN 9789953572369
Main Topic Political Science
Print Size (in mm) 170x240
Weight (in Kg) 0.197
Available Book Formats Print Format
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