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Modern Israelś extraordinary History as Captured on the Front Pages of Jerusalem Post.
The Jerusalem Post from books.google.com
A novel of dazzling emotional richness that is based on letters from Lauren Fox's own family, Send for Me is a major departure for this acclaimed author, an epic and intimate exploration of mothers and daughters, duty and obligation, hope ...
The Jerusalem Post from books.google.com
Mordecai Chertoff came to Palestine in 1947 as a twenty-five-year-old, determined to make his contribution to the emerging Jewish state.
The Jerusalem Post from books.google.com
The first all-encompassing book on Israel’s foreign policy and the diplomatic history of the Jewish people, The Star and the Scepter retraces and explains the interactions of Jews with other nations from the ancient kingdoms of Israel to ...
The Jerusalem Post from books.google.com
At a time of crisis, as Israelis and Palestinians retreat to their most embattled positions, Segev's colorful, provocative book is sure to spark heated debate. " ... this slender book will be indispensable to anyone trying to understand ...
The Jerusalem Post from books.google.com
The Book of Jonah is a unique text in the Jewish canon. Among the shortest books in the Bible, it is also one of the most mysterious and morally ambiguous. Who is this prophet running from God, hiding at the bottom of the ocean?
The Jerusalem Post from books.google.com
In this incisive book, acclaimed author Micah Goodman explores Israeli Judaism and the conflict between religion and secularism, one of the major causes of political polarization throughout the world.
The Jerusalem Post from books.google.com
This insider's history of The Jerusalem Post over the last sixty years provides the only study to date of the intricate relationships between the press and the political system in Israel.
The Jerusalem Post from books.google.com
"This book is about the attempt of Orthodox Jewish Zionists to implement traditional Jewish law (halakha) as the law of the State of Israel.
The Jerusalem Post from books.google.com
Uri Bialer lays a foundation for understanding the principal aspects of Israeli foreign policy from the early days of the state's existence to the Oslo Accords.