Does Israel Have a Future?: The Case for a Post-Zionist State (Hardback)Constance Hilliard (author)
Hardback 202 Pages / Published: 30/09/2010
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The Jewish people are in greater danger than ever before. Given the debacle in Iraq, many Americans who had not taken a serious interest in the Middle East have begun asking themselves, What are we doing wrong? Why do we keep misreading the signals coming from that part of the world? More fundamentally, where will Israel be in two, five, ten years from now? Should Zionism be replaced by a post-Zionist state that welcomes all people, rather than one that privileges only the Jews? Will there even be a Jewish state? These are the questions Constance Hilliard addresses in Does Israel Have a Future?, forgoing polemics and wishful thinking for straight talk and painful truths. In this thoroughly researched book, Hilliard presents an honest assessment of the Jewish state's chances for survival given the forces ranged against it. The discussions about the future of the Jewish state analyzed in this book are some of the most significant to engage Israelis since 1948, dominating the airwaves, newspapers, and cafeconversations. Distilling these disparate views into a simple, straightforward exploration of one of the most explosive issues of our time-one into which few people outside Israel have delved as deeply as Hilliard has-the author presents a provocative argument that will appeal to scholars and students of international affairs, political science, and the Middle East, as well as general readers concerned about Israel's future.
Publisher: Potomac Books Inc
Number of pages: 202
Weight: 454 g
Dimensions: 230 x 150 x 23 mm
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