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The Dynamics of Exclusionary Constitutionalism

Israel as a Jewish and Democratic State
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ISBN-13:
9781509902545
Einband:
Ebook
Seiten:
256
Autor:
Mazen Masri
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
2 - DRM Adobe
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

1. Introduction I. Israel as a Jewish and Democratic State II. The People and Their Constitution: Theoretical Approaches III. Settler-colonialism IV. The Argument in a Nutshell V. Outline of the Book 2. A Jewish and Democratic State: Theoretical Justifications and Critiques I. Introduction II. The Ultra-nationalist Approach III. The Nationalists of the Liberal Nationalists IV. The Pragmatists of the Liberal Nationalists V. The Liberals of the Liberal Nationalists VI. Classic Liberal Approaches VII. Critical Approaches VIII. Conclusions 3. Locating the People in Israel: The Social Contract, the Basic Norm and the Beginnings of the State I. Introduction II. The People in Israel between Theory and Practice: Social Contract, Basic Norm and Nation III. Beginnings I: The Declaration of Independence and the Colonial Encounter IV. Beginnings II: The Declaration and the Constitution V. Summary and Conclusions 4. Engineering the People I: Law and the Dissolution of the Native Population I. Introduction: Immigration, Citizenship and the Numbers Game II. The First Years (1948-52) III. The Citizenship Law: Exclusion and Elimination by Other Means IV. Summary and Conclusions 5. Engineering the People II: The Legal Foundation of Settler Citizenship I. Introduction II. The Law of Return: Jews-only Immigration Policy III. Demography and Equality IV. Summary and Conclusions 6. Drawing the Red Lines: Political Representation and the Jewish and Democratic Definition I. Introduction II. The Evolution of a System of Exclusion: From Yerdor to Section 7A of Basic Law: The Knesset III. The Introduction of Section 7A of Basic Law: The Knesset and the Interpretation of Jewish and Democratic State IV. Debating Section 7A: Settler-colonialism, the People and Defensive Democracy V. The Jewish and Democratic Definition and the Elected Representatives VI. Summary and Conclusions 7. The Constitution in Action: Constitution-making, Law and Governance I. Introduction II. The Jewish and Democratic Definition in the Process of Constitution-Making III. Making Law: The Jewish and Democratic Definition of the State and Legislation IV. The Jewish and Democratic Definition in Other Legislation V. Conclusions and Summary
What does Israel's definition as a 'Jewish and democratic' state mean? How does it affect constitutional law? How does it play out in the daily life of the people living in Israel? This book provides a unique and detailed examination of the consequences of the 'Jewish and democratic' definition. It explores how the definition affects the internal ordering of the state, the operation of the law, and the ways it is used to justify, protect and regenerate certain features of Israeli constitutional law. It also considers the relationship between law and settler-colonialism, and how this relationship manifests itself in the constitutional order.The Dynamics of Exclusionary Constitutionalism offers a novel perspective on the Jewish and democratic definition rooted in constitutional theory and informed by a socio-legal approach. Relying on a wide range of court cases and statutes as well as secondary sources, the book shows how the definition is deeply embedded in the constitutional structure, and operates, as a matter of law, in a manner that concentrates political power in the hands of the Jewish citizens and excludes the Palestinian Arab citizens in Israel from the political process.Mazen Masri's study is a timely intervention in an increasingly important question, and is essential reading for those who want to understand Israel's character, its relationship with the constitutional order, and its impact on society.

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