Israel

Israel PDF Book Detail Author: Ezer Weizman
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Category : Travel
Languages : en
Pages : 223

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Describes life in modern Israel, looks at Israeli architecture, agriculture, industry, wildlife, geography, and cultural heritage, and discusses prospects for peace

Facts about Israel

Facts about Israel PDF Book Detail Author:
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Category : Israel
Languages : en
Pages : 1216

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Israel Digest

Israel Digest PDF Book Detail Author:
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Category : Israel
Languages : en
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American Aid to Israel

American Aid to Israel PDF Book Detail Author: Mohamed A. El-Khawas
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Category : Political Science
Languages : en
Pages : 191

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"Including the uncensored draft report of the GAO: U.S. assistance to the State of Israel." Includes bibliographical references.

Kirche und Israel Church and Israel

Kirche und Israel    Church and Israel PDF Book Detail Author: Mario Fischer
Publisher: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt
ISBN: 3374068146
Category : Religion
Languages : de
Pages : 264

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Das Dokument Kirche und Israel gilt als die erste gemeinsame Positionsbestimmung der reformatorischen Kirchen Europas zum Verhältnis von Christen und Juden. Es bietet Analysen der biblischen Grundlagen und der geschichtlichen Entwicklung des Verhältnisses von Kirche und Israel, erörtert bisherige Versuche einer Klärung der schwierigen Beziehung und entfaltet schließlich eine eigene Bestimmung dieses Verhältnisses. Praktische Empfehlungen zur Berücksichtigung des Judentums in Theologie und Kirche sowie ein Aufruf zur Wahrnehmung der gemeinsamen Weltverantwortung schließen die Studie ab. In der Neuauflage wird der Text, der 2001 von der Vollversammlung der Gemeinschaft Evangelischer Kirchen in Europa verabschiedet wurde, unverändert abgedruckt, ergänzt wurden ein Bericht von einer Auswertungstagung des Jahres 2011 und zwei dort vorgetragene Bewertungen der Studie von Peter Scherle und Micha Brumlik. The document Church and Israel is regarded as the first endeavour by European Reformation churches to define a common position on the relationship between Christians and Jews. It offers analyses of the biblical foundations and historical development of the relationship between the Church and Israel, discusses previous attempts to clarify the difficult relationship and finally develops its own definition of this relationship. It concludes with practical recommendations on considering Judaism in theology and the church, and a call to take joint responsibility for the world. The document was adopted in 2001 by the General Assembly of the Community of Protestant Churches in Europe and is reprinted without change in this new edition. It is supplemented by a report of the conference held to evaluate its reception 10 years later, in 2011, and by two assessments of the study presented on that occasion by Peter Scherle and Micha Brumlik.

On line with Israel at the Millennium

On line with Israel at the Millennium PDF Book Detail Author: Micah D. Halpern
Publisher: Urim Publications
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Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 127

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A firsthand, up-close look at Israeli society as it enters this third millennium. A collection of short essays, this book offers insights into the reactions behind the happenings, the people behind the politics, the real Israel as it fights for its global and everyday survival in an ever-changing world. Halpern writes from the perspective of an insider, a Jewish educator and theologian.

Israel s Odd Couple

Israel s Odd Couple PDF Book Detail Author: Daniel Judah Elazar
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Category : Coalition governments
Languages : en
Pages : 270

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Israel's Odd Couple analyzes the unusual 1984 Knesset elections and the unique government that resulted. For the first time in Israel's political history, the Jewish state emerged from an election so close that no major party could form a ruling coalition. The National Unity Government that emerged was based on a coalition that represented the two opposing blocs and three camps of Israeli society. The ten essays assembled here by editors Daniel J. Elazar and Shmuel Sandler describe and analyze these two major events and processes in Israel's electoral and political behavior. In the first part of the book, five Israeli political scientists and sociologists focus on the main actors and forces that participated in the 1984 elections: Likud, Labor, the religious parties, and the ethnic and Arab votes. Another chapter is dedicated to electoral financing. The second part of the book explores several aspects of the National Unity Government. In spite of the difficult circumstances surrounding its creation, the National Unity Government, against all expectations, served for the longest period in Israel's political history. At the same time, it was unable to resolve deeply rooted problems and cleavages in the Israeli polity.

Israel s Year

Israel s     Year PDF Book Detail Author:
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Category : Israel
Languages : en
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Israel s Destiny

Israel s Destiny PDF Book Detail Author: Samuel Maxwell Coder
Publisher: Moody Publishers
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Category : Bible
Languages : en
Pages : 185

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