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My Israel Question: Reframing The Israel/Palestine Conflict (Paperback)
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My Israel Question: Reframing The Israel/Palestine Conflict (Paperback)

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£23.50
Paperback 320 Pages
Published: 30/08/2006

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The undeclared war in the Middle East is the abiding conflict of our era, with little apparent hope of resolution despite years of peace talks. On one side of the conflict, in the face of suicide bombings and international criticism over its military aggression, Israel asserts the right of the Jewish state to exist in Palestine. On the other, the Palestinian people struggle, some peacefully, some violently, for survival. Far beyond Israel's disputed borders, in New York and Washington, London and Paris, Sydney and Melbourne, the conflict is replayed in passionate public debate by Holocaust survivors, Zionist organisations, Arab advocates, the anti-war movement, newspaper columnists, presidents and prime ministers, and politicians and activists of all shades. In "My Israel Question", a young Australian Jew, Antony Loewenstein, asks how much Zionism - the ideology of Jewish nationalism - is to blame for this intractable conflict. He fearlessly investigates the ways in which the Jewish diaspora in Australia and elsewhere have campaigned on Israel's behalf, in the media and in political and business spheres. He also considers the historical rationale for Zionism - including the centuries of virulent European antisemitism from which it grew - and asks how relevant and sustainable twentieth-century Zionism is today. It is a searching discussion from a significant new voice in one of the most important debates of our times.

Publisher: Melbourne University Press
ISBN: 9780522852684
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 560 g
Dimensions: 232 x 156 x 33 mm

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