For the Land and the Lord: Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel ePub download
by Ian S. Lustick
- ISBN: 0876090366
- ISBN13: 978-0876090367
- ePub: 1673 kb | FB2: 1128 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Social Sciences
- Publisher: Council on Foreign Relations Press; 1St Edition edition (December 1, 1988)
- Pages: 256
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 302
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Subject: Israel - Politics and government - 1948-1967. Subject: Israel - Politics and government - 1967-1993. Subject: Religious Zionism - Israel. Subject: Arab-Israeli conflict - 1973-1993.
As among fundamentalist Muslims, so among fundamentalist Jews, actions that Americans and even most Israelis .
As among fundamentalist Muslims, so among fundamentalist Jews, actions that Americans and even most Israelis might consider "crazy" must be understood for the profoundly political acts they represent. Consider first the case of an Israeli named Ami Popper. In May 1990, two years after the original publication of this book, Popper put on his army uniform and asked men waiting at a bus stop in a southern Israeli town for their identity cards. After confirming they were Arabs he lined them up and opened fire, killing seven
This is an excellent analysis of the Jewish Fundamentalist movement in Israel. Lustick maintains that the Jewish fundamentalist movement is the greatest obstacle to the negotiation of a real Arab-Israeli peace settlement.
This is an excellent analysis of the Jewish Fundamentalist movement in Israel.
Ian S. Lustick, For the Land and the Lord: Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel (New York: Council on. .Since the first publication of Lustick’s book, . Lustick, For the Land and the Lord: Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel (New York: Council on Foreign Relations, 1988; 2nd ed. 1994). The phenomenon was recognized and discussed much earlier in Israel.
FOR THE LAND AND THE LORD Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel. While the true fundamentalists make up only about 5 percent of Israel's Jewish population, they are vigorous far beyond their numbers. 244 pp. New York: Council on Foreign Relations/Kampmann & Company. Israel is the land of many conflicts, but one often overlooked these days is that between Jews and Jews. Some of their convictions are extraordinary, as Mr. Lustick notes, and they involve a rejection of ''the traditional Zionist image of Jews as a normal people, bound by and rewarded according to the same laws and principles of national self-determination applicable to other nations.
A well-documented and revealing look at a dangerous political menace to Israel and to the Middle East, radical Jewish fundamentalists who preach racism and use terror and violence, a threat at least as scary as Saddam Hussein and Usama Bin Ladin, probably more so given the reality of massive American support for the State of Israel and the more informal, but equally.
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Lustick's analysis of Jewish fundamentalism, spearheaded in action by Gush Emunim and the militant settlers in the .
Lustick's analysis of Jewish fundamentalism, spearheaded in action by Gush Emunim and the militant settlers in the occupied territories, shows how much Israel's political scene has changed since 1967. He explains how this movement, with deep roots in Jewish history and messianic insistence on redemption of all of "Eretz Israel," has created what may be insuperable obstacles to.