Journal of Libertarian Studies

Alienation of a Home-land: How Palestine Became Israel

The Journal of Libertarian Studies

The crux of the Arab-Israeli conflict is the Palestinian question, and the crux of the Palestinian question is: who justly owns the land of Israel or Palestine? The parties involved in the Middle East struggle are cognizant of the centrality of the land question.

Volume 5, Number 4 (1981)


Halbrook, Stephen P. “Alienation of a Home-land: How Palestine Became Israel.” Journal of Libertarian Studies 5, No. 4 (1981): 357–374.

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