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A History of Modern Israel 2 , Format Kindle
|Longueur : 498 pages||Word Wise: Activé||Composition améliorée: Activé|
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to a specific need to safeguard Jews and to provide
a secure home. As early as 1621, Sir Henry Finch
published the "World's Great Restoration or Calling
of the Jews". Both Napoleon and President John Adams
favored a restoration of the Jews.
The book describes Herzl as a pragmatist and utopian.
He wanted to reclaim the holy language and sacred
history of the biblical peoples. The book is replete
with black and white pictures which depict early
scenes within Israel itself. For instance,
Kibbutz Mercharia (1911) sets forth a Palestinian
bridge between Arabia and Egypt. The work sets forth
dual rates of development between and amongst the
Jewish and Arabic sectors.
Ben- Gurion pursued a policy of self-restraint.
He separated religion from political judgments.
On 7-5-1950, the Law of Return passed in the Knesset.
Ben- Gurion disaggregated the political left, as well as
The book provides a good description of how the Jews of
Israel differ from the Jews in the USA. In Israel,
Jews constructed a distinctly Jewish Society
with strong traditional foundations. In the USA,
there was a move toward constructing a multi-racial /
In today's world, both Israel and the Palestinians must
contend with Islamic rage. PM Rabin tried to embrace
a political solution within the Oslo framework.
PM Netanyahu was elected because the peace process
did not readily result in peace and security.
Overall, the author did a good job of setting forth the
historical and political superstructure which lead to
the creation and continued success of the State of Israel.
The book sets forth the challenges and opportunities
available both now and in future years.
For any reader who wants to know e.g. just how Israeli secular and religious parties fight each other, but who does not care about how religion helps shape the-day-to day lives of ordinary Israelis, this book is a must. On the other hand, anybody who wants to know more about the nature of one of the most varied, creative, dynamic, and, as far as one may judge at present, successful societies in the entire twentieth century, will have to look for another volume to meet his need.