The Wrath of Jonah: The Crisis of Religious Nationalism in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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The wrenching situation in the Middle East, recent events have shown, is as complex as it is volatile. In this immensely learned and clarifying volume-here updated and issued in paper for the first time-the Ruethers trace the tortured and contested history of Israel/Palestine from biblical times through the Diaspora, the development of Zionism, the creation of the modern state of Israel, and the subsequent conflict with Arab and Palestinian nationalism. Magisterial in its grasp of the historical, political, economic, and religious roots of the conflict, The Wrath of Jonah also offers convincing analysis of the moral and political dilemmas facing Israelis and Palestinians today. Though they see possibilities for peace, the Ruethers are forthright about what they and others see as Israel's betrayal of its own original mandate. Their purpose, state the Ruethers, "continues to be to make a modest contribution to truthful historical accountability that must underlie the quest for justice, without which there can be no 'peace.'"
 

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The wrath of Jonah : the crisis of religious nationalism in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

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The authors describe the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as "a story of two tragedies'': the Palestinian uprooting and suffering as refugees, and the moral debacle of the Jewish state itself. They make a ... קרא סקירה מלאה

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Peoplehood Covenant and Land in Judaism Christianity and Islam
3
Covenant People and Promised Land in Hebrew Scripture
6
Peoplehood Covenant and Land in Rabbinic Judaism
13
The Two Covenants the Heavenly Land and the Exile of the Jews in Early Christianity
20
The Community of Islam and the Peoples of the Book
27
Summary
35
Historical Development of the IsraeliPalestinian Conflict
37
Religious and Secular Roots of Zionism
39
Immigration and Settlement
138
Making Palestinians Invisible in Israel
143
Making Palestinians Invisible in the 1967 Occupied Territories
152
Christian Relations to Judaism and to Zionism
161
Contemporary Christian Responses to Judaism and to Zionism
163
Relations to Judaism and to the State of Israel
164
Relations to Judaism and to the State of Israel
169
American Fundamentalist Christians Jews and Israel
174

European Nationalism and the Rise of Zionism
43
Varieties of Zionism
47
Summary
66
Christianity and Zionism The Making of an Alliance
69
Christian Zionism and European Empire
75
American Christian Zionism and the Foundation of Israel
80
The Emergence and Survival of Palestinian Nationalism
85
The Beginnings of Arab Nationalism and Its Betrayal by Western Imperialism
90
Palestinian Nationalism during the Mandatory Period
93
The Suppression and Resurrection of the Palestinian National Movement
100
From the Lebanese Civil War to the 198788 Uprising
110
From Oslo to the Second Intifada 19912001
116
Palestinian Nationalism and Zionism
128
Contradictions of the Jewish State
131
Arab Christians Judaism and Zionism
182
Jewish and Christian Responses to the Holocaust The Link to Zionism
191
Jewish Holocaust Theology
192
Christian Holocaust Theology
203
Conclusions
213
Zionism and International Justice A Theological and Ethical Evaluation
219
Religious Community or Nation?
225
Jewish Election and the Promised Land
229
and the Beginning of Redemption
232
Conclusions
237
Postscript 2002
243
Notes
249
Index
283
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