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The Myths of Zionism

by JOHN ROSE

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Published by Pluto Press in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages248
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22600831M
ISBN 100745320554

3. The Myth of Joshua: Ethnic Purification Part II: The Myths of the 20th Century 1. The Myth of Zionist Antifascism 2. The Myth of the Justice of Nuremberg 3. The Myth of the Holocaust 4. The Myth of "A Land Without a People for a People Without a Land" Part III: The Political Use of the Myth 1. The Israeli-Zionist Lobby in the United States 2. About The Myths of Liberal Zionism Yitzhak Laor is one of Israel’s most prominent dissidents and poets, a latter-day Spinoza who helps keep alive the critical tradition within Jewish culture. In this work he fearlessly dissects the complex attitudes of Western European liberal Left intellectuals toward Israel, Zionism and the “Israeli peace.

(Ilan Pappe, Ten Myths About Israel, Verso, London ) Particularly, in the US and some European States, the Israeli and Zionist versions of history are wide-spread. Israel’s narrative relies on a collection of myths aimed at bringing the moral right and the ethical behavior of the Palestinians into twilight and making their claim to their. Get this from a library! The myths of Zionism. [John Rose] -- Analyses the myths -- religious and cultural -- that are used to justify the aggressive expansionist policies of Israel.

  Four overriding myths have shaped the consciousness of most people in our society about Zionism. The first is that of “A land without a people for a people without a land.” This myth was sedulously cultivated by early Zionists to promote the fiction that Palestine was a remote, desolate place ready for the taking. These five long essays— first published in English by Laor, an Israeli poet, playwright, novelist and political commentator—focus not so much on “liberal Zionism,” a term he.


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The chapters that follow deal directly with the myths by. As Daniel G. Hummel documents in his new book, “Covenant Brothers: Evangelicals, Jews, and U.S.-Israeli Relations,” Christian Zionism’s history reveals that the movement is “less about.

This is a very interesting and well written book. In just over pages it manages to dissect the various myths which underpin Zionism. From the founding myths of modern Judaism, with regard to the alleged great kingdoms of Solomon and David.

Yet such an idea is unfortunately for zionists, not supported by archeology/5(7). This Jewish British intellectual who teaches in London postulates in this book that "Zionism is held together by a series of myths (and a) package of false notions which undermine its claims on the Jewish religion and Jewish history, its rational as a response to Europe's anti-Semitism, and above all its justification for its aggressive and very dangerous political posturing in the land of Palestine" (from the.

In this randall report special I interview the jewish socialist and author of the book 'The Myths of Zionism', John Rose. If you are unfamiliar with concepts such as zionism or the history of.

This is a controversial book. It is a critical account of the historical, political and cultural roots of Zionism. John Rose shows how this powerful political force is based in mythology; ancient, medieval and modern. Many of these stories, as with other mythologies, have no basis in fact.

This book is a critical account of the historical, political and cultural roots of Zionism. John Rose shows how this powerful political force is based in mythology, ancient, medieval and modern. Many of these stories, as with other mythologies, have no basis in fact. The Myths of Liberal Zionism.

Yitzhak Laor. Rating details 41 ratings 3 reviews. Yitzhak Laor is one of Israel’s most prominent dissidents and poets, a latter-day Spinoza who helps keep alive the critical tradition within Jewish culture/5.

Book Info. The Myths of Zionism. Book Description: This book is a critical account of the historical, political and cultural roots of Zionism.

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Scrutinising the roots of the myths of Zionism and mobilising recent scholarship, John Rose shows how many of these stories, as Brand: Pluto Press.

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Getting started: As a child, I often heard two words from the elders. The Founding Myths of Israel: Nationalism, Socialism, and the Making of the Jewish State is a book by Zeev Sternhell.

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“This thoroughly researched and engaging book provides an intellectual, cultural and literary fulcrum from which Zionist ideology and practice can be read afresh. While addressing the fundamental myths of Zionism, it collapses taken-for-granted distinctions with regards to time, space, and conflicting ideological camps.