2 edition of Arabs in Israel, 1948-1966. found in the catalog.
Arabs in Israel, 1948-1966.
S Дђabri . Jiryis
Translation based on two Arabic versions of Hebrew original, first published in 1966 under title [romanized] ha-"Aravim be-Yisrael.
|Statement||[By] Sabri Jiryis. Translated by Meric Dobson.|
|Series||Institute for Palestine Studies. Monograph series, no.16, Silsilat al-dira sa t (Mu ơassasat al-Dira sa t al-Filast Đi ni yah) -- raqm 16.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
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