Citations with the tag: JEWS -- Israel
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- Whoever tries to destroy the Jewish right to the Land of Israel already failed.
Riley, William // Ellis County Press; 1/ 5/2012, Vol. 20 Issue 39, p4
The article presents questions and answers related to the Jewish right to the land of Israel.
- Ethnic background and antecedents of religious conversion among Israeli Jewish outpatients.
Buchbinder, Jacob T.; Bilu, Yoram // Psychological Reports; Dec97 Part 2, Vol. 81 Issue 3, p1187
Presents a study which explored the ethnocultural background and antecedents of religious conversion among Israeli Jews who applied for psychiatric help in outpatient clinics, with emphasis on the comparison of Ashkenazi and Sephardi origination. Ethnic factors in Israeli society; Methodology...
- Roots in the air.
Kaufman, Shirley // Judaism; Spring98, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p161
Opinion. Defines Jewish identity in relation to self and Israel. How community defines Jews; Reflection of the author on her life as an American-Israeli Jew; Classification of persons known as `halfies'; How author discovered her roots; Presentation of authors personal roots poem.
- The Unity of the Jewish People--A Theological View.
Siegel, Seymour // Judaism; Fall88, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p489
Focuses on the efforts to unify Jewish people in Israel. Differences in religious outlook and practice; Distinction between theology and depth-theology; Basis for the religious unity of the Jewish people.
- The Medium Has A Message: Television, Israel, and the People of the Book.
Katsh, M. Ethan // Judaism; Summer81, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p295
Focuses on the impact of television on Jewish religion and Israel. Influence of communications media on society; Information on media theories and Jewish history; Differences between television and traditional media.
- The Worl of the World Union for Progressive Judaism.
Eliad, Nissim // Judaism; Fall82, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p405
Focuses on the work of the world union for progressive Judaism in Israel. Information on the Israel movement for progressive Judaism; Contents of the idealistic life of the Jewish Yishuv; Operation of the national youth movement.
Eliad, Nissim // Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition); 12/3/2010, Vol. 194 Issue 4991, p13
The article reports that the Al-Aqsa foundation for endowment and heritage has announced a warning that Jewish groups and extremist have been calling on websites to break into the Al-Aqsa mosque in Israel and will reward those who will participate by paying 50 shekels.
- Not-so-brilliant mistake.
Eliad, Nissim // New Jersey Jewish News; 5/27/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 21, p14
The author discusses issues concerning the relationship between Israelis and Palestinians.
- What Israel needs: advocacy, not partisanship.
Horn, Phil // New Jersey Jewish News; 12/8/2011, Vol. 65 Issue 49, p20
The author discusses the importance of advocacy of Jewish community in Israel.
- Never again : Jewish concentration camp victims speaks out against Israel.
Horn, Phil // Catholic New Times; 12/20/2010, p26
In this article, the author states that Israel is not a Jewish state and that being a Jewish is not necessary to respect the tradition of justice and humanitarianism being promoted by Judaism.
- BDS campaigners meet in Adelaide.
Bainbridge, Alex // Green Left Weekly; 10/3/2012, Issue 940, p3
The article discusses a conference of boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) campaigners on Israeli Jews and Palestinian liberation sponsored by the Australian Friends of Palestine Association (AFOPA) that was held in Adelaide, South Australia from September 21 to 23, 2012.
- Tossing around the charge of anti-Semitism.
Elsner, Alan // Washington Jewish Week; 1/3/2013, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p16
The article explains the tendency of some Jews and supporters of Israel to readily accuse those who disagree with them of anti-Semitism.
- 'Jewish and democratic'.
Elsner, Alan // New Jersey Jewish News; 10/21/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 42, p17
The author discusses the stability of Jewish democracy in Israel.
- 'If It Walks Like a Duck...': The Racism of Zionism.
Neff, Donald // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs; Nov2001, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p26
Reports on the problem of racism against Jews in Israel. Views of first Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion on racism; Definition of Israelis on racism; Percentage of Israelis living in Palestine.
- READERS' LETTERS.
Selikow, Gary // Jewish Affairs; 2011 Pesach, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p51
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article by Benjie Shulman on Denis Goldberg's "Comrade Goldberg," in the 2010 issue.
- O God of Vengeance, Appear!
Friedland, Eric L. // Judaism; Winter88, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p73
Focuses on the importance of Jewish prayerbook to the faith of the Jews in Israel. Types of teachings installed in the book; Concerns of the book in the life of the Jews; Standard of phraseology in Jewish prayer.
- Jewish history continues moving in one direction.
Steinberg, Gerald M. // Jewish Advocate; 3/29/2013, Vol. 204 Issue 13, p6
The author contends that Jewish history is moving in one direction.
- The test of equal citizenship.
Rouhana, Nadim N. // Harvard International Review; Spring98, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p74
Examines the issue of equal citizenship for Jews and non-Jews in Israel. Israeli's view of their Arab citizens as internal enemies; Contradiction between being a constitutionally ethnic Jewish state and a democratic state; Implication of the citizenship issue for the internal stability and...
- A Strange Death: Zichron Ya'akov, Then and Now.
Halkin, Hillel // Judaism; Summer/Fall2005, Vol. 54 Issue 3/4, p232
The article presents an excerpt from the book "A Strange Death," by Hillel Halkin.
- Count Me In.
Gefen, Nan Fink // Tikkun; Nov2002, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p32
Describes the views of a Jewish convert about the actions of the Israeli government towards Palestinians living in Israel and Palestinian territories. Disappointment over Israeli government's treatment of Palestinians; Violence committed by Israelis to Palestinians; Terrorist acts by...
- When we listen to each other, we all learn.
Waskow, Arthur // New Jersey Jewish News; 2/18/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p18
In this article the author discusses the means to understand between the Jews of the U.S. and Jews of Israel.
- Israel's fractious Jews.
Album, Andrew // Middle East; Jan97, Issue 263, p9
Reports on the increasing tension between Israel's secular and ultra-orthodox Jews. Concerns that the tension could trigger a civil war in the country according to survey findings; Tendency of ultra-orthodox groups to adopt extremist ideals; Incursion of ultra-orthodox Jews in government and...
- Israel Through Other Eyes.
Vromen, Galina // Wilson Quarterly; Summer2010, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p41
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of being an Israeli Jew who lives in an Arab Israeli town.
- Protesters oppose Hebron Fund flotilla.
FRAZEER, CRAIG D. // New York Amsterdam News; 11/25/2010, Vol. 101 Issue 48, p11
The article reports that people lined the service road of the West Side Highway in front of the Chelsea Piers, New York City in November 2010 to protest against the Brooklyn, New York City based nonprofit organization Hebron Fund that assists Jewish people in Israel occupied Hebron who are...
- JNF plans Israel Mission.
FRAZEER, CRAIG D. // Jewish Advocate; 2/8/2013, Vol. 204 Issue 6, p14
The article informs about the second annual Sunshine Mission organised by the Jewish National Fund (JNF) which will offer trip for Jewish people to Israel from April 21-30, 2013.
- THE MEANING OF BEING YOUNG JEWS TODAY.
KEYSAR, ARIELA // CJ: Voices of Conservative/Masorti Judaism; Fall2012, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p44
The author discusses about the state of self-identity among the Jewish youth in the U.S. She addressed the issue through her interviews with Jewish high school students at Ivry Prozdor based on the American Jewish Identity Survey. The author tells that the answers of the students pointed out...
- Seder can be splendid second time around.
KURTZ, SUZANNE // New Jersey Jewish News; 3/21/2013, Vol. 67 Issue 12, p31
The article focuses on the second seder of Passover to ensure that Jews outside Israel will get the notice before holiday begins.
- Laying claim to Jerusalem.
Contreras, Joseph; Gajilan, Arlyn Tobias // Newsweek; 12/23/1996, Vol. 128 Issue 26, p32
Addresses the battle between ultra-Orthodox Jews (haredim) and secular Jews for the real estate of Jerusalem. The battles between Jews being overshadowed by the battles between Israelis and Arabs; Reasons for the fear of an ultra-Orthodox majority; The effort to Judaize Arab East Jerusalem; The...
- Religious Extremism and Holy War: Jews as Well as Muslims Must Put House in Order.
Brownfeld, Allan C. // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs; Mar2002, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p85
Reports the conflict between Muslims and Jews in Israel. Assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin; Increase the violence by the religious zealots; Refusal of the government to make peace with the religious extremists.
- CITIZENSHIP AND MIGRATION FROM TURKEY TO ISRAEL: A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON TURKISH JEWS IN ISRAEL.
Tokta�, Sule // East European Quarterly; Summer2007, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p117
The article presents a comparative study on citizenship and migration of Jews from Turkey to Israel. It is stated that Jewish immigration from Turkey to Israel is an example of citizen immigration, but it is also an example of voluntary immigration because it was neither part of a population...
- Socialism's Last Stand.
Muravchik, Joshua // Commentary; Mar2002, Vol. 113 Issue 3, p47
Discusses the dismantlement and collapse of the kibbutzim, considered as a true example of socialism, in Israel. Role of the kibbutz in the establishment and development of the state of Israel; Problems faced by the kibbutznik which led to the collapse and high rate of desertion of...
- Israeli Identity in Crisis.
Carmon, Arye // Judaism; Winter89, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p41
Argues the root of the crisis in Israeli Jewish self-determination. Relationship of Israeli Jewish self-determination with Jewish history; Role of past-present-future continuum; Perception of Judaism as an evolutionary process.
- The Case for Count Clermont-Tonnerre.
Petuchowski, Jakob J. // Judaism; Fall82, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p472
Focuses on the proposal of Count Stanislas de Clermont-Tonnerre on the rights of Jews in Israel. Destruction of European Jewry; Ethnicity of the Jewish; Participation of the Jews in the civic and cultural life.
- Whither Christian-Jewish Dialogue?
Levin, Nora // Judaism; Spring84, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p233
Presents a research study on the full impact of Holocaust and its meaning to people in Israel. Connections between Christian doctrinal anti-Semitism and the Nazi genocidal program; Hostility of Jews towards Israel; Efforts to improve the relationship of Christians and Jews.
- Jewish destiny and disunity.
Berdichevsky, Norman // Contemporary Review; Jul98, Vol. 273 Issue 1590, p10
Presents information as it pertains to the existence of the Jewish community in Israel. Information on the Jewish religion; Details on the focus of Jewish interests; Reference to the differences in the character and personality of Jews; Identification of Christian denominations in Israel.
- Today's Arab Israelis, Tomorrow's Israel.
Rozenman, Eric // Policy Review; Apr/May2001, Issue 106, p49
Focuses on the implications of the separation of Jews and Arabs in Israel. Decline in the population of Jews in Israel from the first five years of the founding of Israel up to 1998; Opposition to Israel as a Jewish state; Binational and multinational countries that have collapsed or have been...
- Engineers flood into Israel.
Rozenman, Eric // Design News; 6/3/91, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p102
This article reports that Israeli officials expected the country's engineering population to double within just 5 years, when large numbers of Jews began fleeing the Soviet Union two years ago. Last year, 25,000 Soviet engineers joined 30,000 already living in Israel and even more are expected...
- Middle East Diarist.
M. M. K. // New Republic; 6/24/78, Vol. 178 Issue 25, p44
The article presents the views of the author regarding social conditions in the Middle East. Taxi fare in Israel can be negotiated or is taken according to the meter. Israel seems like home for Americans. Poverty in Israel is not very prominent. Some Arab cities like Amman, Jordan, are clean....
- forecasts: Nonfiction.
M. M. K. // Publishers Weekly; 4/24/2000, Vol. 247 Issue 17, p69
Reviews the book `Scapegoat: The Jews, Israel and Women's Liberation,' by Andrea Dworkin.
- Is Israel prepared to confront increasingly widespread Jewish intolerance?
Brownfeld, Allan C. // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs; Jan/Feb2000, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p67
Focuses on the need for Israel's Jews to face the increasing rate of intolerance in the country. Conflicts between ultra- and non-Orthodox Judaism; Concerns by Orthodox Jews over the assimilation of the country's Jews; Importance of improving relations with Gentiles.
- Chaplains bring counseling, comfort to Haitians.
urbach, Elaine // New Jersey Jewish News; 4/22/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 16, p6
The article reports on the healing session for a group of Haitian staff members, put together by the chaplaincy programs by Jewish community in New Jersey, to help them reduce their emotional anxiety after the earthquake that killer 300,000 of their countrymen in Haiti.
- Starlight Express in Streimels.
Bagon, Robin // Jewish Quarterly; Autumn2012, Issue 223, p12
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of having an argument with a Jew in Israel.
- Israelis want Jewish pluralism.
Safra, Rabbi Michael // Washington Jewish Week; 1/3/2013, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p15
The article comments on efforts to promote Jewish diversity in Israel as of January 3, 2013. The author describes the first mechinah program organized by Israel's Conservative movement. The article highlights a mission to Israel sponsored by the Masorti movement and included participants from...
Safra, Rabbi Michael // Time; Sep1952, Vol. 60 Issue 9, p24
The article reports on the nationalization law in Israel that was enforced in August 1952. The law allowed approximately 1.4 million resident Jews to become citizens, regardless of whether they were immigrants or native-born. Approximately 175,000 Arabs in the country experienced technicalities...
- Odd Bedfellows.
Sheler, Jeffery L. // U.S. News & World Report; 8/12/2002, Vol. 133 Issue 6, p34
Reports that a network of evangelical Christians see the resettlement of Jews in Israel as fulfilling Bible prophecy. The organization called Christian Zionists which is pouring millions of dollars into Jewish relief efforts and other pro-Israel causes; Their motives which are being questioned...
- New Holocaust Literature.
Seaman, Donna // Booklist; Jul2000, Vol. 96 Issue 21, p1994
Reviews the book `Scapegoat: The Jews, Israel, and Women's Liberation,' by Andrea Dworkin.
- Anticipating a new Israeli chief rabbi.
Seaman, Donna // Washington Jewish Week; 5/2/2013, Vol. 49 Issue 18, p15
The article discusses the concerns of the Jewish community over the ultra-Orthodox control of religious life in Israel and states that they will be looking forward to the June 2013 election of Ashkenazi chief rabbi.
- Scapegoat (Book review).
Baden, Eleanor J. // Library Journal; 4/15/2000, Vol. 125 Issue 7, p113
Reviews the book 'Scapegoat: The Jews, Israel, and Women's Liberation,' by Andrea Dworkin.
- SOCIALIZATION TO CONFLICT: HOW JEWISH AND ARAB ADOLESCENTS IN ISRAEL NEGOTIATE THEIR POLITICAL IDENTITY.
Liebes, Tamar; Ribak, Rivka // International Journal of Public Opinion Research; Winter93, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p362
The article presents a study carried out to assess the construction of the political identity of Jewish and Arab adolescents in Israel. It also observes the patterns of inter-generational continuity and change between Arab and Jewish families in Israel. There is a attitudinal differences between...
- The Social Protest and the Stork.
Shapira, Bat-sheva // Challenge (07924143); 2011, p2
The article discusses the nature of the social protest in Israel. He begins with the protest leaders themselves and how they are seeking to include more people from the population from the middle and lower classes, the religious and the secular, and the Jews and Arabs. The author compares this...