6 edition of The Other Israel found in the catalog.
by W. W. Norton & Company
Written in English
|Contributions||Tom Segev (Foreword), Jonathan Shainin (Editor), Roane Carey (Editor), Anthony Lewis (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
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The Other Israel The Other Israel book an urgent and passionate intervention by Israeli citizens challenging the continued occupation of Palestinian territory and the failed policies of Ariel Sharon’s government.
Against a backdrop of increasing violence on both sides, the book presents a broad range of dissenting voices that articulate practical, legal, and moral objections to the occupation/5(13).
The Other Israel: Voices of Refusal and Dissent. Roane Carey (Editor), Jonathan Shainin (Editor), Uri Avnery (Contributor) really liked it Rating details 35 ratings 2 reviews. These essays are an urgent and passionate intervention by Israeli citizens challenging the continued occupation of Palestinian territory and the failed policies of Ariel Sharon's government.4/5.
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"The Other Israel" is the television version of Ted Pike's book, Israel: Our Duty Our Dilemma. Compiled after 15 months' filming and editing, this fast-moving, professional video documentary will give you a unique education on the inner teachings of Judaism - teachings which have made the Jews a race apart - for millenniums.
The Other Side of Israel is more than the story of one woman’s journey; it is a road map for crossing a divide created by prejudices and misunderstandings. Read more Read less Cited by: 2. ‘“The Other Side of Israel” is a deeply troubling book. It should be read by anyone who wants to understand the reality of life for the Arab citizens of Israel.
Susan Nathan's story bears witness to the shameful discrimination routinely practiced against them by the Israeli authorities/5(47). This book is one-sided. Duh. Of course it is. It is titled the Other Side of Israel, its supposed to be shedding the light on a side of Israel that is not really spoken of.
But for many Arab readers, this might be the only side of Israel ever known. Yet, the book was useful in the sense of giving faces to voices/5.
A record of life in the “other Israel,” a place not found in travel brochures nor, usually, in headlines. “A fact almost unknown outside Israel is that the Jewish state includes a large minority of one million Palestinians who have Israeli citizenship,” writes English-born counselor Nathan.
entitled The Other Israel: The Radical Case Against Zionism, to be edi ted by Bober. The book - consisting entirely of Matzpen material - came out in Bober signed. The Other Israel is an urgent and passionate intervention by Israeli citizens challenging the continued occupation of Palestinian territory and the failed policies of Ariel Sharon’s government.
Against a backdrop of increasing violence on both sides, the book presents a broad range of dissenting voices that articulate practical, legal, and moral objections to the occupation. Buy this — or any of the many other Israel-themed coloring books of illustrator Rachel Mintz — for the modern Jewish child or teen.
Inside, the stuffy pictures of yesteryear are replaced with 70 modern scenes of Tel Aviv, Israel’s leaders, Jewish holy sites, and of course the beach, waiting to be brought to life with the colors of your.
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The Other War: Israelis, Palestinians and the Struggle for Media SupremacyCited by: The Other Israel (book) "The Other Israel" is a book that culminates the work of various Israeli writers who present a divergent view from the typical Israeli perspective.
They are Palestinian. The other side of Israel is a book written by British-born Israeli writer Susan Nathan. The author, four years after her migration from Britain to Israel shifts her home from Tel Aviv to Tamra an Arab populated town in Israel where she finds the difference in status between Israeli Jews and Israeli Arabs.
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The given name is already attested in Eblaite (𒅖𒊏𒅋, išrail) and Ugaritic (𐎊𐎌𐎗𐎛𐎍, yšrʾil).Pronunciation: /ˈɪzreɪəl, -riəl/, Hebrew:. The Chronicles of the Kings of Israel is again mentioned in 1 Kings regarding King Zimri, and many other times throughout 1 and 2 Kings.
The Book of Shemaiah the Prophet and Visions of Iddo the Seer (also called Story of the Prophet Iddo or The Annals of the Prophet Iddo) is mentioned in the 2nd Book.
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In the election for Prime Minister inthe results for Netivot were clear: 86 percent for Netanyahu, 11 percent for Peres.
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