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|Title:||The Settler Colonial Paradigm and the Israeli Official Narrative: an Example of Elimination of the Natives|
|Citation:||Brancato, A. (2018). The Settler Colonial Paradigm and the Israeli Official Narrative: an Example of Elimination of the Natives. Journal of Mediterranean Knowledge-JMK, 3(1), 17-36.|
|Abstract:||This article is an attempt to apply the Settler Colonial paradigm to the analysis of the Israeli official-Zionist historiography. This approach leads to identify the Zionist ideology as a settler colonial one and the Zionist historiography as the academic support to the Zionist project. The aim of this research is to demonstrate how the settler colonial concept of the transfer of the native population, immanent in Zionist thought, has been translated into narrative and underpinned by historiography. Moreover, I will investigate on how the official historiography has succeeded in remaining predominant over the time since the creation of the state of Israel in 1948, influencing the political and social perception of the Palestinian issue all over the Western world.|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol 3, No 1 (2018): Mediterranean and Migrations|
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