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Israels expansion efter 1967

Ockupation och inrättande av bosättningar


  • Alaa Abdulhamid

Summary, in English

The end of the six-day war brought about a new balance of power and policy in the Levant especially concerning the Palestinian territories. Thus, this bachelor thesis has had the goal of analyzing the actions of the State of Israel as it pertains to the policy of expansion, occupation and settlements starting from 1967. The focus of this thesis has been the politics of the Labour-party and Likud as well as the confrontations between Israel and various Palestinian interests with regard to the new wave of migration following the six-day war and the policy of expulsion to facilitate Israeli establishment of settlements on annexed territories. The theoretical basis for this study rests upon the term settler colonialization, which was redeveloped in the late 90’s. In addition, the current state of eastern Jerusalem following the inauguration of Trump as President of The USA has been included.


Publishing year




Document type

Student publication for Bachelor's degree


  • Law and Political Science


  • Six day’s war
  • Israel
  • Palestine
  • settlements
  • Settler Colonialism
  • occupation
  • annexation
  • West bank
  • Eastern-Jerusalem
  • Policy studies.


  • Jonas Sjölander
  • Eleonora Narvselius