Acknowledgments 1. Introduction 1.1 Freedom and Unfreedom in Palestine 1.2 Scantily-Documented Pass Systems 1.3 Overview of the Book 2. Registration and Denationalisation 2.1 The Census 2.2 The Population Registry 2.3 Feigning Authority 2.4 Denationalisation 3. Blacklists 3.1 Paper Blacklists and Executions 3.2 Blacklists as Hierarchies of Discrimination 4. Coercion and Collaboration 4.1 Withholding Rights as Coercion 4.2 Trading Rights for Needs 4.3 Informants and Collaborators 5. Movement Restriction and Induced Transfer 5.1 Entrenching Movement Restrictions 5.2 Induced Transfer 5.3 Enhanced Movement for Colonists, Restricted Movement for Indigenous Palestinians 6. The Health System 6.1 Collapsing Public Health Structures 6.2 Health System Shutdown 7. Education 7.1 Collapsing Education Structures 7.2 Education System Shutdown 8. Conclusion 8.1 Review of the Book 8.2 Looking Forward Notes Index
Nadia Abu-Zahra is Assistant Professor of Globalisation and Development at the University of Ottawa. She is currently on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences and has worked across the Middle East, Asia, and Central America. She is the author of 12 articles and book chapters on mobility in Palestine. Adah Kay was Honorary Visiting Professor at Cass Business School, City University, London. An anthropologist and urban planner, she worked in local government, universities and UK NGOs. During 2002-6 she lived and worked in the West Bank. She was the co-author of Stolen Youth: The Politics of Israel's Detention of Palestinian Children (Pluto, 2004).
'A bold and uncompromising account of mass denationalisation from both ends of the telescope' -- Jane Caplan, Professor of Modern European History, St Antony's College, Oxford 'A concise and razor-sharp account of the Kafkaesque system of population control inflicted by Israeli authorities on the Palestinian people in the 1967-occupied territories' -- Gilbert Achcar, Professor at SOAS, University of London, author of The Arabs and the Holocaust (2010) 'This book is a meticulous record of the system of identity documentation of Palestinians by the state of Israel, and the system's role in discrimination and dispossession. It has clearly been a labour of love over many years for the two authors, and they have produced a valuable addition to the historical narrative' -- Victoria Brittain, former associate foreign editor of the Guardian and author of Shadow Lives: The Forgotten Women of the War on Terror (2013) 'A detailed examination of the use of registration procedures and ID cards of all kinds for controlling the Palestinian population. After this book, no one could fail to understand the centrality of these mechanisms in the occupation of the Palestinian lands' -- John Torpey, Professor of Sociology at the Graduate Center, CUNY, and author of Making Whole What has Been Smashed: On Reparations Politics (2006). 'Nadia Abu-Zahra and Adah Kay have produced a remarkable document which describes, with disarming clarity and precision, the process of denationalisation that has been inflicted by the state of Israel on the Palestinians' -- Jacqueline Rose, author The Question of Zion (2005)