The article analyzes the involvement of the Israeli law with the lives of Arab-Palestinian minority in Israel in the first thirty years of the country's statehood from 1948 to 1978. It serves as the control framework of the Israeli statehood. It confers rights and imposes obligations to minority citizens and shapes a set of second-level norms. It also helps in generating the dependence of the minority upon the state as it confers sweeping authority upon the executive.
|Number of pages||80|
|Journal||Emory International Law Review|
|State||Published - 2011|
- ISRAELI law
- SOCIAL norms