Identities and Migrations: a Borderless Middle East’s Perspective

Storicamente. 2015;11(1) DOI 10.12977/stor595


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Journal Title: Storicamente

ISSN: 2282-6033 (Print); 1825-411X (Online)

Publisher: BraDypUS

Society/Institution: University of Bologna

LCC Subject Category: History (General) and history of Europe: History (General)

Country of publisher: Italy

Language of fulltext: Spanish, English, Italian, French, Portuguese

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Lorenzo Kamel (Univ. Bologna, Dipartimento di Storia, Culture, Civiltà, p.zza San Giovanni in Monte 2, Bologna, 40124, Italy)


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Time From Submission to Publication: 9 weeks


Abstract | Full Text

New sources have been recently released fostering the thesis according to which a significant percentage of the Palestinian Arabs were originally immigrants from Egypt and other neighbouring countries. Their histories, as highlighted by some scholars, are largely unknown and continue to be ignored. This article aims to shed light on these aspects, assessing them from a borderless Middle East’s perspective. The aim is to show the process through which a local complex reality has been simplified and denied in its continuity.