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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The group turned to Jabotinsky to become its leader , a position he readily accepted . Haganah thus became the self - defense force of the Yishuv . Jabotinsky and Pinhas Rutenberg ( 1879–1942 ) subsequently approached the British ...
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The outcry , particularly from outraged British politicians , was such that it quickly became apparent to MacDonald that the furor could become an instrument for turning the Labour government out of power . To prevent this , he would be ...
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