The Accidental Empire: Israel and the Birth of the Settlements, 1967-1977
Macmillan, 7 במרץ 2006 - 454 עמודים
The untold story, based on groundbreaking original research, of the actions and inactions that created the Israeli settlements in the occupied territories
After Israeli troops defeated the armies of Egypt, Syria, and Jordan in June 1967, the Jewish state seemed to have reached the pinnacle of success. But far from being a happy ending, the Six-Day War proved to be the opening act of a complex political drama, in which the central issue became: Should Jews build settlements in the territories taken in that war?
The Accidental Empire is Gershom Gorenberg's masterful and gripping account of the strange birth of the settler movement, which was the child of both Labor Party socialism and religious extremism. It is a dramatic story featuring the giants of Israeli history--Moshe Dayan, Golda Meir, Levi Eshkol, Yigal Allon--as well as more contemporary figures like Ariel Sharon, Yitzhak Rabin, and Shimon Peres. Gorenberg also shows how the Johnson, Nixon, and Ford administrations turned a blind eye to what was happening in the territories, and reveals their strategic reasons for doing so.
Drawing on newly opened archives and extensive interviews, Gorenberg reconstructs what the top officials knew and when they knew it, while weaving in the dramatic first-person accounts of the settlers themselves. Fast-moving and penetrating, The Accidental Empire casts the entire enterprise in a new and controversial light, calling into question much of what we think we know about this issue that continues to haunt the Middle East.
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Of hard choices and strange bedfellows: an illuminating account of a current controversy that extends back many years, namely, Israeli settlements beyond the bounds of Israel.Well before there was an ... קרא סקירה מלאה
NORTH FROM JERUSALEM
SILENT COWBOYS ON THE NEW FRONTIER
THE INVISIBLE OCCUPATION
CHANGING OF THE GUARD
THE REIGN OF HUBRIS
MERE ANARCHY Is LOOSED
LAST TRAIN TO SEBASTIA
THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF LABOR
EPHEMERAL FOR THE FOURTH DECADE
ALL QUIET ON THE SUEZ FRONT
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