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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For one thing , there had been a dramatic growth in the number of collective settlements — from eleven in 1914 to twenty - nine by the end of 1918. The war had actually encouraged the growth of the kvutzah ( collective group ) movement ...
Since , in Jabotinsky's opinion , it was not within the power of the Yishuv at the time to establish order in the French zone of Upper Galilee , it would not be possible to defend the settlements successfully . He therefore urged that ...
The settlements in the Lower Galilee and the Jordan Valley were particularly vulnerable because , by order of the high commissioner on July 25 , all their government - supplied arms were confiscated . The settlements of Motzah , Artuf ...
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