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The Palestinian State: A Jewish Justification

Social science


by
Dan Cohn-Sherbok

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 152 pages

File size: 857 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

?In the shadow of the Holocaust, the empowered must empower those who seek nationhood, before it is too late.” In this concise volume American-born Reform rabbi and Professor of Judaism Dan Cohn-Sherbok outlines the history of the conflict in Israel and draws on ethical Jewish religious principles to create a compelling argument for Jews world-wide to press for the creation of a Palestinian state in the Holy Land. With a preface by Dr Dawoud El-Alami, co-author of The Palestine Israeli Conflict

?In the shadow of the Holocaust, the empowered must empower those who seek nationhood, before it is too late.” In this concise volume American-born Reform rabbi and Professor of Judaism Dan Cohn-Sherbok outlines the history of the conflict in Israel and draws on ethical Jewish religious principles to create a compelling argument for Jews world-wide to press for the creation of a Palestinian state in the Holy Land. With a preface by Dr Dawoud El-Alami, co-author… (more)

?In the shadow of the Holocaust, the empowered must empower those who seek nationhood, before it is too late.” In this concise volume American-born Reform rabbi and Professor of Judaism Dan Cohn-Sherbok outlines the history of the conflict in Israel and draws on ethical Jewish religious principles to create a compelling argument for Jews world-wide to press for the creation of a Palestinian state in the Holy Land. With a preface by Dr Dawoud El-Alami, co-author of The Palestine Israeli Conflict

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