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Jarrar, A. (2010). Palestinian Suffering: Some Personal, Historical, and Psychoanalytic Reflections. Int. J. Appl. Psychoanal. Stud., 7(3):197-208.
  

(2010). International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, 7(3):197-208

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Palestinian Suffering: Some Personal, Historical, and Psychoanalytic Reflections

Adib Jarrar, DESS, MSC

This paper reminds the “share holders” of the international psychoanalytical enterprise of their collective responsibility towards a major social, national and moral injustice that has been grasping the attention of the remaining world for many decades. This involves the suffering of the Palestinian people who are under a brutal siege of occupation, intimidation, and disenfranchisement. Lacking a world-endorsed nationhood, threatened in the preservation of their culture, barred from travel, used and abused by Arab regimes, and, often ignored by the international community, the Palestinians strive to save their dignity — sometimes by political praxis and at other times by violent resistance. This paper offers a description of this national/political/humanitarian tragedy in the hope of enhancing knowledge, engendering empathy, and mobilizing reparative action.

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