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Israel and the Druze political action : between politics of loyalty and politics of violence

@inproceedings{Khnifess2015IsraelAT,
  title={Israel and the Druze political action : between politics of loyalty and politics of violence},
  author={Amir Khnifess},
  year={2015}
}
The political actions of the Druze of Israel have formed the focus of a large body of research. Despite this, academic studies to date have failed to explain why so many Druze resorted to a politics of loyalty when Israel was first established but have, in more recent years, resorted to a politics of violence. The research herein proposes that a model of the politics of accommodation is able to explain the political actions of the Druze during the first three decades of the Israeli state. Data… 

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