You will wince when you read about the ideological settlers' role in the lead-in to the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, by a onetime settler.
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Prof. Idith Zertal gave the Keynote lecture at the Summer School in Comparative Conflict Studies. Listen to Prof. Zertal speak about her book "Israel's.
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01/04/2006 · This book by Idith Zertal is a series of interconnected essays centering around the construction, representation, and signification of the Holocaust in Jewish Palestine up to 1948 and in the state of Israel. The book's overarching theme is the Zionist/Israeli elite's appropriation of the memory of the slaughtered millions to provide ballast for ...Author: Derek J. Penslar
01/04/ · This book by Idith Zertal is a series of interconnected essays centering around the construction, representation, and signification of the Holocaust in Jewish Palestine up to and in the state of Israel. The book's overarching theme is the Zionist/Israeli elite's appropriation of the memory of the slaughtered millions to provide ballast for Author: Derek J. Penslar.
Derek J. Penslar, Idith Zertal. Israel's Holocaust and the Politics of Nationhood. Translated by C haya G alai. Cambridge Middle East Studies New York: Cambridge University Press.
This book by Idith Zertal is a series of interconnected essays centering around the construction, representation, and signification of the Holocaust in Jewish Palestine up to and in the state of Israel.
The second chapter analyzes the exclusion of Holocaust survivors from the processes of myth construction and remembrance during the state's first decade.
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Rashid Khalidi. Review "In this thorough and eye-opening book, Idith Zertal, a historian, and Akiva Eldar, a journalist, explain how a few tens of thousands of people bent the state to their purpose. Settlements were not on the official agenda after Israel's surprise capture of the Palestinian territories in But pressure from ardent young religious Zionists found a secular echo among military men, who came to see security benefits to having Israelis live in the West Bank.
Lords of the Land is richly detailed. Professor Idith Zertal Ph. She has taught history and cultural studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya. She currently teaches at the University of Basel, and is lecturing regularly in Germany, France, and Israel.
Among her major publications: From Catastrophe to Power, Holocaust Survivors and the Emergence of Israel and Israel's Holocaust and the Politics of Nationhood.
Akiva Eldar is currently a chief political columnist and editorial writer for the prestigious Israeli national daily Ha'aretz. His columns also appear regularly in the Ha'aretz-Herald Tribune edition. Mr Eldar was previously the Ha'aretz US Bureau Chief and Washington correspondent, covering the Peace Process, US-Israel relations, American issues and Israel-Diaspora relations.
Prior to this, from Mr. Eldar was diplomatic correspondent for Ha'aretz and its municipal correspondent covering Jerusalem He has appeared many times on news programm such as Nightline, The Lehrer Show, Charlie Rose Show, CNN News and CBS Morning News, current affairs programs on Israeli television, as well as NPR talk shows. Mr Eldar contributes to the op-ed pages of The New York Times, LA Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Jewish Week.
Eldar has lectured extensively for the Jewish community and on campuses throughout the US, Canada and Australia and has participated in various Israeli-Arab-European seminars. Start reading Lords of the Land on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here , or download a FREE Kindle Reading App. Nolyn: The Rise and Fall, Book 1.
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Read this fascinating and well-paced book to understand the history of the Israeli settlement movement, and how settlers became the tail that is wagging the dog in the current rightist government in Israel.
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Zertal exposes the depth and irrationality of the Israeli leadership’s identification of Arabs with Nazis, an association that led to unfounded yet long-lived ac- IDITH ZERTAL. Israel’s Holocaust and the Politics of Na- cusations that the Mufti of Jerusalem aided and abetted tionhood.
Professor Idith Zertal (Ph.D.) is a leading Israeli historian and essayist, the author of many books and on Jewish, Zionist and Israeli history. She has taught history and cultural studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya.4,1/5(22). Zertal, Idith Sources found: nuc ha-Matsil nefesh aḥat, (hdg. on NNJ rept.: Zertal, Edith; Idith Zertal) p. 2 of cover (ʻIdit Zerṭal) p. 3 of cover (Idith Zertal [in rom.]). 24/06/ · Such an assertion of persecution and victimization in terms of the Holocaust has a long history, according to Israeli writer, Idith Zertal, in her recently translated book from Hebrew, Israel’s Holocaust and the Politics of Nationhood. Zertal’s work explores the growing reliance upon Holocaust discourse in Israel, as she candidly states Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins.
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