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Arab And Jew by David K. Shipler

Title Arab and Jew
Author David K. Shipler
Publisher Broadway Books
Release Date 2015-11-10
Category Political Science
Total Pages 768
ISBN 9780553447521
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The expanded and updated edition of David Shipler's Pulitzer Prize-winning book that examines the relationship, past and present, between Arabs and Jews In this monumental work, extensively researched and more relevant than ever, David Shipler delves into the origins of the prejudices that exist between Jews and Arabs that have been intensified by war, terrorism, and nationalism. Focusing on the diverse cultures that exist side by side in Israel and Israeli-controlled territories, Shipler examines the process of indoctrination that begins in schools; he discusses the far-ranging effects of socioeconomic differences, historical conflicts between Islam and Judaism, attitudes about the Holocaust, and much more. And he writes of the people: the Arab woman in love with a Jew, the retired Israeli military officer, the Palestinian guerrilla, the handsome actor whose father is Arab and whose mother is Jewish. For Shipler, and for all who read this book, their stories and hundreds of others reflect not only the reality of "wounded spirits" but also a glimmer of hope for eventual coexistence in the Promised Land.

Arab And Jew by David K. Shipler

Title Arab and Jew
Author David K. Shipler
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2015
Category History
Total Pages 735
ISBN 9780553447514
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The expanded and updated edition of David Shipler's Pulitzer Prize-winning book that examines the relationship, past and present, between Arabs and Jews In this monumental work, extensively researched and more relevant than ever, David Shipler delves into the origins of the prejudices that exist between Jews and Arabs that have been intensified by war, terrorism, and nationalism. Focusing on the diverse cultures that exist side by side in Israel and Israeli-controlled territories, Shipler examines the process of indoctrination that begins in schools; he discusses the far-ranging effects of socioeconomic differences, historical conflicts between Islam and Judaism, attitudes about the Holocaust, and much more. And he writes of the people: the Arab woman in love with a Jew, the retired Israeli military officer, the Palestinian guerrilla, the handsome actor whose father is Arab and whose mother is Jewish. For Shipler, and for all who read this book, their stories and hundreds of others reflect not only the reality of "wounded spirits" but also a glimmer of hope for eventual coexistence in the Promised Land.

Arab And Jew by David K. Shipler

Title Arab and Jew
Author David K. Shipler
Publisher Broadway Books
Release Date 2014-09-09
Category Political Science
Total Pages 608
ISBN 9781101903049
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"The best and most comprehensive work there is in the English language on this subject." —New York Times In this monumental work, extensively researched and more relevant than ever, David Shipler delves into the origins of the prejudices that exist between Jews and Arabs that have been intensified by war, terrorism, and nationalism. Focusing on the diverse cultures that exist side by side in Israel and Israeli-controlled territories, Shipler examines the process of indoctrination that begins in schools; he discusses the far-ranging effects of socioeconomic differences, historical conflicts between Islam and Judaism, attitudes about the Holocaust, and much more. And he writes of the people: the Arab woman in love with a Jew, the retired Israeli military officer, the Palestinian guerrilla, the handsome actor whose father is Arab and whose mother is Jewish. For Shipler, and for all who read this book, their stories and hundreds of others reflect not only the reality of "wounded spirits" but also a glimmer of hope for eventual coexistence in the Promised Land.

The Arab Jews by Yehouda A. Shenhav

Title The Arab Jews
Author Yehouda A. Shenhav
Publisher Stanford University Press
Release Date 2006
Category History
Total Pages 263
ISBN 0804752966
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is about the social history of the Arab Jews—Jews living in Arab countries—against the backdrop of Zionist nationalism. By using the term "Arab Jews" (rather than "Mizrahim," which literally means "Orientals") the book challenges the binary opposition between Arabs and Jews in Zionist discourse, a dichotomy that renders the linking of Arabs and Jews in this way inconceivable. It also situates the study of the relationships between Mizrahi Jews and Ashkenazi Jews in the context of early colonial encounters between the Arab Jews and the European Zionist emissaries—prior to the establishment of the state of Israel and outside Palestine. It argues that these relationships were reproduced upon the arrival of the Arab Jews to Israel. The book also provides a new prism for understanding the intricate relationships between the Arab Jews and the Palestinian refugees of 1948, a link that is usually obscured or omitted by studies that are informed by Zionist historiography. Finally, the book uses the history of the Arab Jews to transcend the assumptions necessitated by the Zionist perspective, and to open the door for a perspective that sheds new light on the basic assumptions upon which Zionism was founded.

The Object Of Memory by Susan Slyomovics

Title The Object of Memory
Author Susan Slyomovics
Publisher University of Pennsylvania Press
Release Date 1998-06
Category History
Total Pages 294
ISBN 0812215257
Language English, Spanish, and French
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There was a village in Palestine called Ein Houd, whose people traced their ancestry back to one of Saladin's generals who was granted the territory as a reward for his prowess in battle. By the end of the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, all the inhabitants of Ein Houd had been dispersed or exiled or had gone into hiding, although their old stone homes were not destroyed. In 1953 the Israeli government established an artists' cooperative community in the houses of the village, now renamed Ein Hod. In the meantime, the Arab inhabitants of Ein Houd moved two kilometers up a neighboring mountain and illegally built a new village. They could not afford to build in stone, and the mountainous terrain prevented them from using the layout of traditional Palestinian villages. That seemed unimportant at the time, because the Palestinians considered it to be only temporary, a place to live until they could go home. The Palestinians have not gone home. The two villages—Jewish Ein Hod and the new Arab Ein Houd—continue to exist in complex and dynamic opposition. The Object of Memory explores the ways in which the people of Ein Houd and Ein Hod remember and reconstruct their past in light of their present—and their present in light of their past. Honorable Mention, 1999 Perkins Book Prize, Society for the Study of Narrative

Title On the Arab Jew Palestine and Other Displacements
Author Ella Shohat
Publisher Pluto Press (UK)
Release Date 2017-02-15
Category
Total Pages 480
ISBN 0745399495
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Spanning several decades, Ella Shohat's work has introduced conceptual frameworks that fundamentally challenged conventional understandings of Palestine, Zionism and the Middle East, focusing on the pivotal figure of the Arab-Jew. This book gathers together her most influential political essays, interviews, speeches, testimonies and memoirs. as well as previously unpublished material.Defying the binarist and Eurocentric Arab-versus-Jew rendering of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, Shohat's work has dared to engage with the deeper historical and cultural questions swirling around colonialism, Orientalism and nationalism. Shohat's paradigm-shifting work unpacks such fraught issues as the anomalies of the national/colonial in Zionist discourse; the narrating of Jewish pasts in Muslim spaces; the links and distinctions between the dispossession of the Nakba and the dislocation of Arab-Jews; the traumatic memories triggered by partition and border-crossing; the echoes within Islamophobia of the anti-Semitic figure of 'the Jew'; and the efforts to imagine a possible future inter-communal 'convivencia'.Shohat's transdisciplinary perspective illuminates the cultural politics in and around the Middle East. Juxtaposing texts of various genres written in divergent contexts, the book offers a vivid sense of the author's intellectual journey.

Jews And Arabs by Albert Memmi

Title Jews and Arabs
Author Albert Memmi
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1975
Category Jewish-Arab relations
Total Pages 220
ISBN UOM:39015046456557
Language English, Spanish, and French
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... Memmi builds a strong case for Israel while at the same time pointing the way-perhaps the only way-for its survival among its Arab neighbors. -- cover

Between Jew And Arab by David N. Myers

Title Between Jew and Arab
Author David N. Myers
Publisher UPNE
Release Date 2009-03-15
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781584658153
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An exploration of the fascinating Jewish thinker Simon Rawidowicz and his provocative views on Arab refugees and the fate of Israel

Prisoners Of God by David Smith

Title Prisoners of God
Author David Smith
Publisher Quartet Books Limited
Release Date 1987
Category History
Total Pages 256
ISBN UOM:39015013526515
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Jew The Arab by Gil Anidjar

Title The Jew the Arab
Author Gil Anidjar
Publisher Stanford University Press
Release Date 2003
Category History
Total Pages 261
ISBN 0804748241
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book argues that in "Christian Europe," the question of the enemy has for millennia been structured by the historical relation of Europe to both Arab and Jew. It provides a philosophical understanding of the background of the current conflict in the Middle East.

Title The Jews of Arab Lands
Author Anonim
Publisher Jewish Publication Society
Release Date 1979
Category Arab countries
Total Pages 473
ISBN 0827611552
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Living Together Separately by Michael Romann

Title Living Together Separately
Author Michael Romann
Publisher Princeton University Press
Release Date 2014-07-14
Category Social Science
Total Pages 274
ISBN 9781400861569
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Much has been written about the religious and political conflicts of contemporary Jerusalem--and about the harsh realities of the intifada. But while analysts probe the violence in the "reunited city," its residents must go about their daily affairs. Focusing on the conduct of everyday life, rather than on ideology, Living Together Separately provides a rare look at the complex networks of practical relations developed by Jews and Arabs in over two decades of Israeli control of the city. The work begins with a brief historical review of Jerusalem as an Arab-Jewish city. Then, combining the perspectives of urban geography and social anthropology, it addresses a wide range of questions. How does the use of urban space and urban systems reflect both segregation and integration? How do ethnic identities influence interactions in adjoining neighborhoods, in workplaces, and in a hospital? What rules govern Arab-Jewish contacts in business, consumer, and political settings? In the final chapter the authors evaluate the Jerusalem situation in comparison with conditions in other deeply divided cities and in light of the intifada. Long-time residents of Jerusalem, Romann and Weingrod seek to grasp the variety of day-to-day exchanges without preconceptions and from the viewpoints of all participants. "Michael Romann and Alex Weingrod are my pick to serve on a jury trying a very tangled case."--Fouad Ajami, School of International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University Originally published in 1991. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Title The Arabs and Jews in History
Author Ahmed Sousa
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1979
Category Jewish-Arab relations
Total Pages 123
ISBN LCCN:85210591
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When We Were Arabs by Massoud Hayoun

Title When We Were Arabs
Author Massoud Hayoun
Publisher The New Press
Release Date 2019-06-25
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781620974582
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The stunning debut of a brilliant nonfiction writer whose vivid account of his grandparents’ lives in Egypt, Tunisia, Palestine, and Los Angeles reclaims his family’s Jewish Arab identity There was a time when being an “Arab” didn’t mean you were necessarily Muslim. It was a time when Oscar Hayoun, a Jewish Arab, strode along the Nile in a fashionable suit, long before he and his father arrived at the port of Haifa to join the Zionist state only to find themselves hosed down with DDT and then left unemployed on the margins of society. In that time, Arabness was a mark of cosmopolitanism, of intellectualism. Today, in the age of the Likud and ISIS, Oscar’s son, the Jewish Arab journalist Massoud Hayoun whom Oscar raised in Los Angeles, finds his voice by telling his family’s story. To reclaim a worldly, nuanced Arab identity is, for Hayoun, part of the larger project to recall a time before ethnic identity was mangled for political ends. It is also a journey deep into a lost age of sophisticated innocence in the Arab world; an age that is now nearly lost. When We Were Arabs showcases the gorgeous prose of the Eppy Award–winning writer Massoud Hayoun, bringing the worlds of his grandparents alive, vividly shattering our contemporary understanding of what makes an Arab, what makes a Jew, and how we draw the lines over which we do battle.

Title Two Arabs a Berber and a Jew
Author Lawrence Rosen
Publisher University of Chicago Press
Release Date 2015-12-02
Category History
Total Pages 363
ISBN 9780226317489
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Drawn from Memory" is an important contribution to Moroccan studies, to the field of anthropology, and to academic approaches to biography. Rosen weaves the threads of his narrative together into a tapestry focused on the lives of four men: a raconteur, a teacher, an entrepreneur, and a cloth dealer, a Jew. Ordinary people have intellectual lives, Rosen tells us. They may never have written a book; they may never even have read one. But their lives are rich in ideas, constantly fashioned and revised, elaborated and rearranged. Rosen first encountered the four men he profiles in his book in the course of his academic research, and he then visited and revisited these men, and the towns in which they live, over several decades. He engaged them ina kind of continuous conversation. He spoke to members of their family, their neighbors, and the town people. Out of this wealth of material, he has constructed a narrative that takes the reader not only into four intensely observed individual lives but also, as it were, the history of Morocco s evolution across the span of many decades; he takes the reader not only into the outwardly lived lives of his subjects, but their innermost thoughts, their own perceptions of themselves and the evolving Moroccan world around them. At the same time, he manages to evoke the physical landscape, the towns in which these men live, marvelously well, so that the towns and their inhabitants come alive for the reader. Beautifully illustrated with archival and ethnographic photos, "Drawn from Memory" teaches us that that for Moroccans, and by extension Muslims in general, nothing in everyday social life is hard and fast, and the meaning and outcome of all interactions is the product of negotiation and relatedness."

Title Behind the Middle East Conflict
Author Gil Carl AlRoy
Publisher New York : Putnam
Release Date 1975
Category Jewish-Arab relations
Total Pages 317
ISBN UOM:39015012952233
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After Jews And Arabs by Ammiel Alcalay

Title After Jews and Arabs
Author Ammiel Alcalay
Publisher U of Minnesota Press
Release Date 1993
Category History
Total Pages 336
ISBN 0816621543
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Alcalay (Hebrew literature, City U. of New York) argues that the very elements of the historical relations between Jews and Arabs, and the nature of the Levant itself, provide tools for resolving the current situation in the Middle East. His sections cover discontinued lines drafts for an itinerary,

Title Enemies and Neighbours
Author Ian Black
Publisher Allen Lane
Release Date 2018-10-25
Category
Total Pages 640
ISBN 0141979143
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ever since the Ottoman Empire was defeated and British colonial rule began in 1917, Jews and Arabs have struggled for control of the Holy Land. Israel's independence in 1948 in the wake of the Holocaust was a triumph for the Zionist movement but a catastrophe -'nakba'in Arabic - for the native Palestinian majority. In Enemies and Neighbours,Ian Black has written a gripping, lucid and timely account of what was doomed to be an irreconcilably hostile relationship from the beginning. It traces how, half a century after the watershed of the 1967 war, hopes for a two-state solution and an end to occupation have all but disappeared. The author, a veteran Guardian journalist, draws on deep knowledge of the region and decades of his own reporting to create a uniquely vivid and valuable book.

Title Arab and Jew in Israel Case Study in Human Relations Training Approach to Conflict By Martin Lakin In Collaboration with Jack Lomranz and Morton A Lieberman
Author Martin Lakin
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020
Category Culture conflict
Total Pages 126
ISBN OCLC:1086909302
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Arabs and Jews in Ottoman Palestine
Author Alan Dowty
Publisher Indiana University Press
Release Date 2019-03-01
Category Arab-Israeli conflict
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9780253038661
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When did the Arab-Israeli conflict begin? Some discussions focus on the 1967 war, some go back to the creation of the state of Israel in 1948, and others look to the beginning of the British Mandate in 1929. Alan Dowty, however, traces the earliest roots of the conflict to the Ottoman Empire in the 19th century, arguing that this historical approach highlights constant clashes between religious and ethnic groups in Palestine. He demonstrates that existing Arab residents viewed new Jewish settlers as European and shares evidence of overwhelming hostility to foreigners from European lands. He shows that Jewish settlers had tremendous incentive to minimize all obstacles to settlement, including the inconvenient hostility of the existing population. Dowty's thorough research reveals how events that occurred over 125 years ago shaped the implacable conflict that dominates the Middle East today.