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The Settlers kindle ñ Hardcover Ù ❰Reading❯ ➾ The Settlers Author Gadi Taub – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk The controversy over settlements in the occupied territories is a far intractable problem for Israel than is widely perceived Gadi Taub observes in this illuminating book The clash over settlement is The controversy oEaning of Zionism The book presents an absorbing study of religious settlers’ ideology and how it has evolved in response to Israel’s history of wars peace efforts assassination the pull out from Gaza and other tumultuous eventsTaub tracks the efforts of religious settlers Fascinating because I have never read a detailed account about the different types of settlers and their differing politicalhistoricalreligious ideology I found this book to be extremely difficult to read though and best attempted only by someone with a serious interest the subject and many other related books read under their belt

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The controversy over settlements in the occupied territories is a far intractable problem for Israel than is widely perceived Gadi Taub observes in this illuminating book The clash over settlement is no mere policy disagreement he maintains but rather a struggle over the very m I should warn you that this review will probably bore you as this book would if you're not interested in Israeli politics and religious vs secular Zionism I am so I found it pretty fascinatingI always thought of myself as a religious Zionist although my understanding of the term before I lived in Israel was somewhat limited This book served to further complicate my understanding of religious Zionism It explained religious Zionism's roots in the philosophy of Rav Avraham Yitzchak Kook the different direction taken by his son Rav Tzvi Yehuda Kook and how that direction ultimately influenced the actions of Baruch Goldstein Yigal Amir Rabin's killer and the intense reaction by settlers to Israel's unilateral withdrawal from Gaza To vastly oversimplify Taub explains that secular Zionism is about maintaining Jewish sovereignty in the state of Israel while religious Zionism at least the version espoused by the settlers has become focused on settling all parts of the land of Israel as part of the Messianic process These two goals once compatible have become a conflict of interestThough Taub's viewpoint appears critical of the settlers he does express sympathy and understanding at times and presents a mostly nuanced picture of their position His language was convoluted and not always easy to read which may or may not be a function of the translation The book was short enough though that anyone with a strong interest in the subject should find it readable

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The SettlersTo reconcile with mainstream Zionism but concludes that the project cannot succeed A new Zionist consensus recognizes that Israel must pull out of the occupied territories or face an unacceptable alternative the dissolution of Israel into a binational state with a Jewish minori Thank you to Anne Ghada and others in the Middle East group for the great discussions around this topic I am hoping that this book will help me understand the history of the Zionist movement etc