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Zionism and Jewish culture

by Bentwich, Norman De Mattos

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Published by The Zionist in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Zionism.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Norman Bentwich.
    SeriesZionist pamphlets -- no. 2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. ;
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17945742M
    OCLC/WorldCa13182254

    According to Ram, Post-Zionism is the preferred ideology of Israeli libertarian, coastal, middle-class citizens over against the collectivist, neo-Zionist ethos of the Jewish settlers in the territories of biblical Israel, and their many supporters in the religious and right-wing parties. But that’s meaningless to Beinart because he believes the Palestinian refusal to accept Israel is a good enough reason to abandon the whole project. So he’s prepared to throw in the towel and with it, not only Jewish security but also the revival of Jewish life and culture that was made possible by Zionism.

      In the s Eliot met Emanuel Deutsch, a Jewish scholar and early Zionist. Deronda's character of Mordecai - the Jewish scholar and mystic - seems to have been partly based on him.   Buy this book at Amazon and on Kindle. Preachers, Pioneers, and Modern Jewish Politics. Zionism and the Melting Pot pivots away from commonplace accounts of the origins of Jewish politics and focuses on the ongoing activities of actors instrumental in the theological, political, diplomatic, and philanthropic networks that enabled the establishment of new Jewish communities in Palestine .

    The Lions’ Den is such a bookThe book’s clarity and intellectual honesty will make it an especially useful and important resource for college students, faculty, and parents who are at the heart of the debate over Zionism and the left."—Jo-Ann Mort, Reform Judaism.   His book, The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine, is repeatedly cited by contributors to Social Justice and Israel/Palestine. Such contributors and subjects illustrate the most valuable proposition Social Justice and Israel/Palestine hold for a Jewish audience, namely that contemporary discussions are anchored within a Palestinian-centric lens. This Author: Ari Blaff.


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As Daniel G. Hummel documents in his new book, “Covenant Brothers: Evangelicals, Jews, and U.S.-Israeli Relations,” Christian Zionism’s history reveals that the movement is “less about apocalyptic. Culture. Community But anyone who regards him- or herself as a Zionist ought to be able to answer the hard questions that his book poses.

“Zionism” looks back at eight foundational figures. Brenner's expressionist fiction was in many senses a breakthrough in Jewish artistic self-realization. However, his polyphonic novels also reflect the political and philosophical trends among Russian Jewry at the beginning of the twentieth century: Zionism.

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“Mark A. Raider’s book is a thoughtful collection of Hayim Greenberg’s spiritual and ideological, national and universal worldview as one of the most original Zionist thinkers, who promoted the theory of a balanced double Jewish collective existence as an exile (galut) people, even in free countries, and as a national entity in their historical land, the State of Israel.”.

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