Pangs of the Messiah: The Troubled Birth of the Jewish State
Praeger, 2000 - 261 páginas
He shows that virtually every major problem faced by contemporary Israel, a half-century after it came into existence, was foreshadowed by the events and circumstances that precipitated and conditioned its emergence. Sicker examines the seemingly irreconcilable differences between the left and right extremes of the political spectrum; between the religious community and the secular; and between the Zionists and the anti-Zionists. Today, a half-century later, these same issues are causing an increasing polarization of Israeli society, with uncertain ramifications for the future.
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Although Jabotinsky declined to assist in creating such a force , being opposed in principle to nonlegal organizations , Tehomi continued to pursue the idea and began to gather a following among the Haganah commanders in Jerusalem .
Histadrut - controlled Haganah would eliminate any independent armed force that could be used to help foil the partition scheme . Moreover , although Jabotinsky had previously supported the policy of havlagah , or self - restraint ...
The increasing threat of a full - scale war caused a number of members of the Jewish Agency to conclude that the Yishuv could no longer afford the luxury of dividing its military capabilities between the Haganah and the Irgun .
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