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The Palestinian covenant and its meaning

by Yehoshafat Harkabi

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Published by Vallentine, Mitchell, Biblio Distribution Centre in London, Totowa, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Munaẓẓamat al-Taḥrīr al-Filasṭīnīyah,
  • Mīthāq al-waṭanī al-Filasṭīnī,
  • Arab-Israeli conflict

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 102-103.

    StatementY. Harkabi.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS119.7 .H37543
    The Physical Object
    Pagination159 p. ;
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4179659M
    ISBN 100853032009, 0853032017
    LC Control Number80457472

    The Covenant has served as the PLO's manifesto for over three decades. It calls for Israel's destruction and runs counter to the Oslo Accords' rejection of violence. It must be repudiated and amended if the Oslo Accords are to have any meaning. This Covenant was known by several names: a) the Land Covenant for its promises regarding the inheritance of land, b) the Palestinian Covenant for the location of where the covenant was made (the plains of Moab), and. c) the Deuteronomy Covenant for the location of where the covenant .

    THE ARK OF THE COVENANT Until the twentieth century it was generally accepted that the events described in the Biblical Old Testament before the Babylonian captivity (ca B.C.) occurred in the area of modern Israel, Palestine, Egypt, and Iraq (Babylon). Abraham was supposed to have come from Ur in Mesopotamia, the Hebrews held captive in Egypt,File Size: 1MB. What follows are extensive extracts from Harkabi’s sadly timeless critique, entitled, “ The Palestinian Covenant and its Meaning ”: [pp. ] “The Palestinian Covenant declares as its central tenet a total repudiation of the existence of Israel, and institutionalizes this stand and the theoretical and practical implications that.

    The Palestine National Covenant was adopted by the Palestine National Council at its first meeting (May – June ) after being drafted by a special charter committee. The covenant reflected the Arab political mood of the time and the political mentality of its framers, who were, on the whole, notables selected from among Palestinian public.   “You must read the book with X-ray eyes, for it is an essential part of your apprehension of any book to grasp its structure." Mortimer Adler's timeless instruction from his little book How to Read a Book is helpful for understanding the greatest, most read book on the planet: the Bible.. If you were to X-ray the Bible, you would first notice a four-plot structure: creation, fall, redemption.


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The Palestinian Covenant and Its Meaning Revised ed. Edition by Yehoshafat Harkabi (Author)Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harkabi, Yehoshafat, Palestinian covenant and its meaning.

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And the Palestinian Covenant is the result of that call to Israel to make a new beginning. It illustrates, in a way, God’s concern over Israel’s preservation, that he would again call them to account, in the light of the Mosaic Covenant, renew that covenant as they entered into the land.

The Palestinian Covenant. The mystery and truth behind the Palestinian Covenant. Our main verse is Romwhere the apostle Paul is talking about the importance and the significance of the nation Israel and the born again Jew.

The Palestinian covenant, on the other hand, is unconditional and unilateral—it focuses on what God promises to do for Israel, regardless of their obedience (Deuteronomy ). The Palestinian covenant does not get its name from the Bible. It was given its name because the land in question is located in what is today known as Palestine.

The Palestinian covenant and its meaning book Bible never uses the term “Palestinian Covenant,” and Moses certainly never would have called the land “Palestine,” but the term has become common usage.

This covenant is also called the Land Covenant because many of the promises relate to Israel’s possession of. The Palestinian National Covenant or Palestinian National Charter (Arabic: الميثاق الوطني الفلسطيني ‎; transliterated: al-Mithaq al-Watani al-Filastini) is the covenant or charter of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).

The Covenant is an ideological paper, written in the early days of the PLO. The Palestinian Covenant has many similarities to the Mosaic Covenant made at Mount Sinai but is a separate and distinct covenant as clearly seen in Deuteronomy “These are the words of the covenant which the Lord commanded Moses to make with the children of Israel in the land of Moab, besides the covenant which He made with them in Horeb.”.

What some call the Palestinian Covenant refers to an “agreement” God made with the Hebrew people as recorded in Deuteronomy 29 and The covenant was a renewal or amendment to the covenant made previously with Moses (Deuteronomy ).

The Palestinian Covenant: The Contract Between God and Israel 1. A problem with the understanding of the Palestinian Covenant is that the name tends to emphasize the land.

However, this is not the emphasis of Moses. Moses emphasizes the parties to the File Size: 38KB. The Palestinian Covenant Deuteronomy ; is the mould of predictive prophecy in its larger sense--national disobedience, world-wide dispersion, repentance, the return of the Lord, the regathering of Israel and establishment of the kingdom, the conversion and blessing of Israel, and the judgment of Israel's oppressors.

The Palestinian Covenant deals with the land promises given to the Jews—unconditional ownership of the land of Israel forever.

True, the Lord said that they would be out of the land and lose His blessings for a time, but one day they will return to Him and receive all that He has promised them. Its activities will be on the national popular level in the liberational, organizational, political and financial fields.

Harkabi, Y. The Palestinian Covenant and Its Meaning. London: Vallentine, Mitchell, Arafat at Lenin’s Tomb. covenant. The Palestinian Covenant reaffirms and fully amplifies the conditions of the Mosaic Covenant for the keeping of the land promised in the Abrahamic Covenant. The WORDS of the Covenant The word "land" is used approximately times in the Book.

Some scholars have argued that Deuteronomy contains a new and separate covenant from the one offered through Moses, a covenant commonly called the Palestinial Covenant. The name comes from the language in Deuteronomy, where God promises Israel.

For the lack of a better name, this covenant is commonly known as the Palestinian Covenant, for it largely concerns the land known for centuries as Palestine.

This is now an unfortunate term for two reasons. First: it was a name given to the land by the Roman Emperor Hadrian after the Second Jewish Revolt under Bar Cochba (A.D. Palestinian ( Dt) This covenant was made with Israel through Moses and was conditioned upon the obedience of the nation.

There were 7 parts 1. Dispersion for disobedience (Dt) 2. The Book of Deuteronomy, for example, details calamities which will harm the land or separate people from the land, if they break the covenant with God.

3 Texts such as Leviticus andAmos and and Jeremiah concur with this idea of conditionality. Every covenant has its accompanying sign. The sign of the Abrahamic Covenant is circumcision (Genesis ); that of the Mosaic Covenant is the observance of the Sabbath day (Exodus ; ).

The “sign” of the rainbow is appropriate. It consists of the reflection of the rays of the sun in the particles of moisture in the clouds. The covenant, which you could call the Palestinian covenant, or the covenant to all nations, is simply that GOD promises the Palestinians, the Arabs, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Korea, and all nations that the land of Israel belongs to Israel (the Jews)!!

5 This is also the Russian covenant, the Chinese covenant, the North American covenant, the South.The Palestinian Covenant: Pentecost’s View Dr. J. Dwight Pentecost views the text of Deuteronomy as the Palestinian covenant.

In a series of blogs, I am going to explain his view of this and explain the strengths and weaknesses of his view. Former Israeli intelligence chief Harkabi, Yehoshofat, in The Palestinian Covenant and its Meaning (London: Vallentine, Mitchell, ) denies that P.L.O.

thinking has changed, although other writings by Harkabi indicate a more subtle understanding of Palestinian thinking; e.g.,Author: A. M. Lesch.