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Title: Facing the Judaization of Jerusalem in the Arabic Novels
Authors: Muhammad Abdel-Fattah Arafat Abu Al-Filat
محمد عبد الفتاح عرفات أبو الفيلات
Keywords: Judaization, Jerusalem, identity, resistance, space linguistics.
تهويد، القدس، الهويّة، المقاومة، الفضاء اللّغوي
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: جامعة القدس المفتوحة/Al-Quds Open University
Abstract: The study aims to reveal the role of Arabic novels in facing the Judaization of Jerusalem, and to strengthen resistance in Palestine. It came in four chapters. The first chapter, entitled “Procedures to Judaize the City of Jerusalem,” was divided into six sections. The first: Mass Killings and Individual Killings, the second: The Demolition of the Moroccan Quarter, the third, Building of Settlements, and the fourth: The Economic and Social Dimensions of the Barriers and Separating Sacred Villages Apart from Jerusalem, and the fifth: Tourism in Jerusalem between Judaization and Politicization, and the sixth: Building the Jerusalem House between Prevention and Demolition. As for the second chapter, it is marked as, “The identity of the Place and Human in Jerusalem. It is distributed into five topics: 1) Judaizing the property of Jerusalemites, 2) Judaizing the names of villages and streets, 3) Judaizing Islamic Sanctities, 4) The removal of the Palestinian identity in Jerusalem, 5) The attempt to Judaize the human being. The third chapter, entitled Methods of the Arabic Novel in the face of the Judaization of Jerusalem, came in six sections. 1) The call for stability in Jerusalem, 2) Advocacy to Occupation Resistance, 3) Refutation the Novel of Occupation, 4) Rooting the memory of the place and its Arab identity, 5) Rejection of the Judaization of the Palestinian Citizen, 6) the Approach Method. The fourth chapter, entitled The Effect of Narrative Linguistic Structure in Facing the Judaization of Jerusalem, is distributed among two topics, the first: the linguistic resistance space, the second: Imagery and symbolism in the context of facing Judaization. The study came out with a set of results, the most important of which are: the novels monitored the plans of the Zionist occupation in carrying out mass massacres and individual killing methods, alerted to the danger of biblical language forgery of the names of villages and streets, and the novels used a linguistic and technical space in the context of confronting Judaization, and the novels strengthened stability and bonding, and incited resistance in all its forms.
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