‘Arab–Israeli Conflict’ explores Francophone Jewish writers’ representations of the Israeli-Palestinian/Jewish-Arab conflict. The chapter focuses in particular on the damage caused by the conflict between the two communities, and includes a discussion on the trauma experienced by survivors and victims, as well as Israel’s resulting vulnerability to attack and its subsequent need for constant military vigilance.
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