Reinterpreting the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Constructivism Theory of Understanding a Cross-Ethnic Phenomena

  •  Mehrzad Javadikouchaksaraei    
  •  Mohammad Reevany Bustami    
  •  Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk    
  •  Ali Akbar Ramazaniandarzi    


This study proposes the use of constructivist analysis approaches to analyze Israel’s policies toward the Palestinians. Constructivism theory is important for understanding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The building of a social-political reality can determine the trajectory of protests and violence in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the past 60 years in direct association with the crystallization of nationalism and national identity. This paper analyses and explains the Israeli-Palestinian relations through the international relations theory in constructivism and elucidates in depth the reasons for the current struggle in the historical context and the concept of identity.

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