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Partition or Zionism?

Revusky, Abraham

Partition or Zionism?

the fate of Palestine and the Jewish National Home.

by Revusky, Abraham

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Published by Zionist Committee for an Undivided Palestine in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Palestine -- Politics and government

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16327920M

    Some seventy-five years after the boundaries of the British Mandate for Palestine were set, the State of Israel still lacks a defined territory and agreed-upon boundaries, except for its boundary with Egypt. This book examines this unusual situation, concentrating especially on the perceptions of territory and boundaries within the Zionist r discusses the period from the first. At this time the World Zionist Congress was divided, the Revisionists demanding all Palestine and the General Zionists reluctantly accepting the United Nations plan to partition Palestine (see Israel). After the Jewish state was proclaimed ( ), the Zionist movement was forced to reevaluate its goals.

    Herzl wrote that Zionism offered the world a welcome “final solution of the Jewish question.” In his “Diaries”, p Herzl stated “Anti-Semites will become our surest friends, anti-Semitic countries our allies.” Zionist reliance on Anti-Semitism to further their goals continues to this day.   The book is divided in two parts and provides a valuable key to understanding the historical context of the UN partition resolution including the history of Zionism, struggle of Jews for their homeland and Palestinian position towards the partition. Both parts of the book are well connected; analyses in the first part directly refer to.

    The Zionist leadership publicly accepted the partition, but privately drew up plans to capture the rest of the country and drive the Arab population out. In the months between the partition and the British army’s withdrawal, Zionist militias took the opportunity to terrorize the Arab population. In his book, "Zionism: In November , the U.N. passed a resolution to partition or divide Palestine into two states, one Jewish and one Arab, of roughly equal sizes (at the time the million-strong population of Palestine was one-third Jewish and two-thirds Arab.) The Palestinians flatly rejected the U.N. plan and took up arms.


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Partition or Zionism? by Revusky, Abraham Download PDF EPUB FB2

With a new Introduction, placing the book in the wider context of the on-going debate aboutthis In this reissue of the abridged paperback edition of his critically acclaimed Collusion Across the Jordan, Professor Shlaim chronicles King Abdullah's relationship with the Zionist movement from his appointment as Emir of Transjordan in to his assassination in /5.

out of 5 stars One of the best books on early Zionist-Jordanian relations Reviewed in the United States on Ap I read the unabridged version of the Politics of Partition (called "Collusion Across the Jordan") and found it to be an excellent by: COVID Resources.

Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider Partition or Zionism?

book to handle coronavirus. THE ZIONIST IDEAS – VISIONS FOR THE JEWISH HOMELAND – THEN, NOW, TOMORROW – Gil Troy with a Forward by Natan Sharansky. This recently published volume is a continuation of Rabbi Arthur. Book Description Zionism is an international political movement that was originally dedicated to the resettlement of Jewish people in the Promised Land, and is.

The book is really structured around Partition or Zionism? book series of answers that Herzl was looking for, to apply to the Jews so they would normalise. Zionism was only the last of a series of attempts that went from conversion to Christianity, to socialism and ultimately to Zionism.

How Zionism and the left came to be so at odds is the subject of Susie Linfield’s most recent book, The Lions’ Den—a work, she explains, aimed at reckoning with her “double grief.

The US State Department opposed this partition plan strenuously, considering Zionism contrary to both fundamental American principles and US interests. For example, the director of the State Department‘s Office of Near Eastern and African Affairs, Loy Henderson, consistently recommended against supporting a Jewish state in Palestine.

The American Zionist Movement is pleased to update for and share the “American Zionist Shabbat” initiative Source Book which was launched in two years ago. This project continues during the period from Parshiot Lech Lecha (November 9th / 11 Cheshvan) to Vayishlach (December 14th / 16 Kislev), Zionism, Jewish nationalist movement that originated in eastern and central Europe in the latter part of the 19th century that has had as its goal the creation and support of a Jewish national state in Palestine, the ancient homeland of the Jews.

Learn more about the history of Zionism in this article. Book Review: Legacy of Empire – Britain, Zionism and the Creation of Israel by Gardner Thompson [Partition] plan of November represents a global act of nimbyism.

Shared anti-Semitism brought together the Cold War superpowers, As for Zionism, it was faltering, despite the best efforts of first Theodor Herzl, its first. The Siege: The Saga of Israel and Zionism is a book of political history written by the Irish statesman and intellectual Conor Cruise O’Brien.

Comparing Israel and Ireland, two states created in the 20th century by national liberation movements, O'Brien wrote, "Ireland is not a problem but a conflict. Conflicts don't have solutions. The Founding Fathers of Zionism, by Benzion Netanyahu,pages, co published by Balfour House and Gefen Publishing.

– Benzion Netanyahu, the father of Israel’s current Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, was a renowned scholar of Jewish history with a specialty in the history of the Jews of Spain. Getting Started with Zionism Books. Shlaim Avi, Collusion across the Jordan-King Abdullah, the Zionist Movement and the Partition of Palestine, NYC, Clarendon Press, Sicker, Martin, Between Hashemites and Zionists: The Struggle for PalestineHolmes and Meier Publishing, Inc,   The book’s extremely narrow focus excludes the vast majority of what specialists would consider the twentieth century’s partitions and secessions (e.g., Bangladesh, Chechnya, Kosovo, Somaliland, etc.), but the book is better for it, permitting the reader to receive a rich exploration of multiple perceptions of partition, how partition was manipulated transnationally to serve select.

The result, however, is a book of impressive clarity, as he charts the story of the Zionists’ quest for a homeland in Palestine, from the days when it was the dream of a small minority of world Jewry. It was the Balfour Declaration of which saved Zionism from relative obscurity. THE LIONS’ DEN Zionism and the Left From Hannah Arendt to Noam Chomsky By Susie Linfield.

As discouraging as these times may be for fans of. Zionist Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter and others pressured the Philippines, while the Latin American delegates were all threated and bribed into voting yes for the partition.

The UN General Assembly Resolution creating partition passed as a result of this intense Zionist pressure. OCLC Number: Description: 92 pages: maps ; 17 cm: Contents: I. The nature and origins of Zionism --The name "Zionism" --Eretz Israel --The Jews in nineteenth-century Europe --The Zionist organization --Herzl and the charter --The Uganda project --Political and practical Zionism --Zionist trends: Socialist, cultural, religious three-sided conflict in Palestine --The Balfour.

About 90 percent of the book concentrates on the yearswhen the Zionist movement struggled over the question of how to respond to the British (Peel) Royal Commission's recommendation to partition Palestine into an Arab state and a Jewish state, and to maintain British authority in a corridor from Jaffa to Jerusalem.

This book examines this unusual situation, concentrating especially on the perceptions of territory and boundaries within the Zionist movement. Galnoor discusses the period from the first territorial decision in up to the establishment of the State of Israel inplacing special emphasis on the relatively unknown Zionist, Palestinian Author: Itzhak Galnoor.

Arendt was a scathing opponent of assimilation and an ardent admirer of Zionist accomplishments—economic, political, intellectual, and social—in Palestine and, later, in Israel, though she also expressed disgust at actually-existing Zionism.

She opposed the partition of Palestine and became a critic of Israel after the state was founded.This letter by Zipporah Porath, from her book, “ Letters from Jerusalem, ,” was written the morning after the United Nations voted to approve the Partition of Palestine into two states, paving the way for the establishment of the State of Israel.

The decision of the United Nations to partition Palestine embodied in UN General Assembly Resolution was greeted by Jewish.