Middle East Research and Information Project: Critical Coverage of the Middle East Since 1971

Discussions of the Israeli-occupied territories generally treat the Golan Heights in terms of strategic significance and water resources, seldom in terms of the 16,500 Syrians living under Israeli rule today. [1] While in some ways their experiences are comparable to those of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and Gaza, in other ways the Golan occupation illustrates a unique formulation of Israel’s neocolonial ambitions in the region.

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How to cite this article:

Bashar Tarabieh "Education, Control and Resistance in the Golan Heights," Middle East Report 194-195 (July/August 1995).