2 edition of Geographical changes in the traditional Arab villages in Northern Israel found in the catalog.
Geographical changes in the traditional Arab villages in Northern Israel
by University ofDurham. Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies in Durham
Written in English
|Statement||by Y. Bar-Gal and A. Soffer.|
|Series||Occasional papers series / University of Durham. Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies -- 9|
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Geographical changes in the traditional Arab villages in northern Israel. Durham, England: University of Durham, Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Yoram Bar-Gal; Arnon Sofer.
BOOKS and MONOGRAPHS Bar-Gal, Y., Soffer, A., Geographical Changes in the Traditional Arab Villages in Northern Israel, Center for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, University of Durham, Bar-Gal, Y., The Good and the Bad, Hundred Years of Zionist Images in Geography Textbooks, QMW Research Papers in Geography, University of London, Bar.
Geographical Changes in the Traditional Arab Villages in Northern Israel. By Gal and Durham University, Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (Occasional Papers Series, No.9). 88, 20 figs.,10 plates, 13 tables. The authors completed the research for this study between and.
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-- Geographical changes in the traditional Arab villages in northern Israel / by Y. Bar-Gal and A. Soffer. The traditional vernacular of most Arab citizens, irrespective of religion, is Levantine Arabic, including Lebanese Arabic in northern Israel, Palestinian dialect of Arabic in central Israel and Bedouin dialects across the Negev desert; having absorbed much Hebrew loanwords and phrases, the modern dialect of Arab citizens of Israel is defined.
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