Reclaiming Israel S History

Author: David Brog
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ISBN: 9781621575900
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Honest, provocative, and timely, especially given rising anti-Semitism and the aggressive delegitimization of Israel, David Brog's Reclaiming Israel's History is the book for every reader who wants to understand what is really happening in ...

Understanding The Middle East Peace Process

Author: Asima Ghazi-Bouillon
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135971978
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Israeli Academia and the Struggle for Identity Asima Ghazi-Bouillon. loyal
Zionists. ... Yet, crucially, they did not appear to undermine or challenge the
discourse of Labour Zionism, which incorporated Jewish history and Jewish
redemption in the Land of Israel. Rather ... Any attempt to 'revive' is accompanied
by a claim to knowledge; thus the Center appears to claim the roots of Zionism for
itself and provides another way for the mantle of Zionism to pass from the left to
the right. In doing ...

Zionism In Arab Discourses

Author: Uriya Shavit
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1784998141
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This chapter offers a chronological overview of the evolution of liberal thought
with regard to the Zionist enterprise. It depicts the various perceptions of peace
and normalization created within this thought and demonstrates the contradictory
ways in which the Arab liberal struggle for freedom and democracy has been
intertwined with the Israeli–Arab conflict. Arab liberals vs Zionism: historical roots
On 1 April 1925, Lord Balfour was the guest of honour at the inauguration of the
Hebrew ...

Peace Justice And Jews

Author: Murray Polner
Publisher: Bunim & Bannigan Limited
ISBN: 9781933480152
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Reclaiming Our Tradition Murray Polner, Stefan Merken. motives for adopting ...
By what criteria can we determine whether criticisms — even strongly worded
denunciations — of Israeli policies and practices vis-a-vis the Palestinians can be
described as anti-Semitic? The line may be hard to draw at times ... or from the "
Protocols of Zion." One example of a traditional stereotype with deep historical
roots and a distinctly anti-Semitic odor — even when those who use it believe
that they ...

The Palestine Nakba

Author: Nur Masalha
Publisher: Zed Books Ltd.
ISBN: 184813973X
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Decolonising History, Narrating the Subaltern, Reclaiming Memory Nur Masalha.
Across the ... It will also protect Nakba memory against its denial in Israel and
around the world, and will force the Palestinian leadership to relocate the 'right of
return' at the centre of peacemaking in the Middle East. There is a ... These must
build on the recognition that the root cause of the Palestine conflict is the Nakba
and on belief in the unity and territorial integrity of historic Palestine. The righting
of ...

Whose Promised Land

Author: Colin Chapman
Publisher: Lion Books
ISBN: 0745970265
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Israel's panicked but formidable counterattack... underscores that the battle for
justice in Palestine is and has always been, first and foremost a battle of ideas:
that Zionism has a right to colonize Palestine, expel its indigenous people, and
deny ... and 'peace'; that there is no future except through partition and
segregation; that decolonization and a just future for all who live in historic
Palestine remains within reach...157 The final chapter is entitled 'Reclaiming Self
-Determination' and ...

The New Ship Of Zion

Author: Martina Könighofer
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 3825810550
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Black history that attracts the cynicism of dominant (White) groups who deny their
claimed right of the 'Power to Define.' As a group of African Americans and
Africans, the African ... Even though their roots to their original homeland, Israel
and their extended homeland, Africa were cut by the slave trade, these roots
were never extracted and can only be reclaimed by a return to Jerusalem and the
African motherland. Applying a sound historical framework, Könighofer explores
this vision ...

Memory And Violence In The Middle East And North Africa

Author: Ussama Samir Makdisi
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253346551
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Such domestic violence has developed a number of "peace processes" and
efforts of "truth and reconciliation." In Israel/Palestine, this has involved various
efforts at diplomatic negotiation for the Israeli withdrawal from the occupied
territories and the creation of a Palestinian entity that emerged from the 1993
Oslo Accords, and continued with the U.S.-backed "Road Map" even after the
2002 reoccupation of much of the West Bank and Gaza Strip. In Algeria,
President Abdelaziz ...

The Gospel According To The Blues

Author: Gary W. Burnett
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1630875589
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rest of the Old Testament is largely the story of this people's struggle and failure
to be the people of God in such a way that God's promises to Abraham would be
fulfilled—that all the nations of the world would be blessed through this family. ...
But right through the unfolding story, in the history books, the prophets, and the
wisdom literature, we find glimpses of an understanding of the sort of world that
Israel's God wants—a world of justice and equity, of peace and harmony. In fact,
of ...

Jesus Was A Liberal

Author: Scotty McLennan
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 9780230621268
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Reclaiming Christianity for All Scotty McLennan ... We do not know, we do not
claim to know, all the ways of Providence, yet we can trust in them, placing our
confidence in the loving God, behind all of life and all of history. ... Yet, there's
solid academic evidence that religion is itself a root cause of conflict and violence
.20 For example, a group of scholars led by David Little at the U.S. Institute of
Peace concluded that "One must see contemporary religious violence as an
expression of ...