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By Simone Panter-brick

Abstract

populations of India, as well as his political experiments with non-violent resistance. It provides an outline of the period beginning from his first campaign in South Africa to the eve of the Second imperialism, and the result����������������������������������������������������������������������������� maneuvering that remain largely unknown until this day � a secret episode still shrouded in mystery. His intervention in the Arab-Israeli conflict in Palestine has been kept a carefully guarded secret, political actions, within and outside India, this article analyses the conditions that led him to intervene in Palestinian affairs, his expectations thereof, and the outcomes of his endeavours

Topics: Satytagraha, India, Palestine, Hindu-Muslim unity, Arab-Israeli conflict
Year: 2013
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