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Finally Rojanski follows Yiddish into the 21st century, telling the story of the revived interest in Yiddish among Israeli-born children of Holocaust survivors as they return to the language of their parents.
israel history from books.google.com
This is a truly enriching and exhaustive history of a nation that holds claim to one of the most complicated and controversial histories in the world.
israel history from books.google.com
Through careful examination of the documentation that they have used, as well as of sources that the author believes they have either ignored or failed to trace, this book propounds that the historical facts tell a completely different ...
israel history from books.google.com
In this updated edition, Shindler covers the significant developments of the last decade, including the rise of the Israeli far right, Hamas's takeover and the political rivalry between Gaza and the West Bank, Israel's uneasy dealings with ...
israel history from books.google.com
Winner of the Jewish Book of the Year Award The first comprehensive yet accessible history of the state of Israel from its inception to present day, from Daniel Gordis, "one of the most respected Israel analysts" (The Forward) living and ...
israel history from books.google.com
Honest, provocative, and timely, especially given rising anti-Semitism and the aggressive delegitimization of Israel, David Brog's Reclaiming Israel's History is the book for every reader who wants to understand what is really happening in ...
israel history from books.google.com
It should be obvious that, while Old Testament canonical history concludes with Malachi, the history of Israel continues its vigorous course well beyond that prophet's time. A. ISRAEL AS A VASSAL STATE In one sense, the entire intertesta- ...
israel history from books.google.com
WE HAVE traced the history of Israel from the migrations of her ancestors in the early second millennium B.C. to the end of the Old Testament period. We have seen her religion develop, making repeated adaptations yet holding fast to its ...
israel history from books.google.com
This is the vision for which Yitzhak Rabin gave his life. This book is tribute to his memory.” —Jonathan Sacks, The Times (London)