The Other Side of Israel: My Journey Across the Jewish/Arab Divide -
After The First Israel-Arab war, the Jerusalem city and surrounding was divided between Israel West and Jordan East. West Bank is the region on the west side of Jordan River. From 1950 to 1967 it was ruled by Jordan. But Israel captured it in 1967’s war also known as 6 Days war, or Third Israel-Arab war. Gaza Strip and Palestinian Refugees
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Many more similar statements exist from Jewish, Arab and other Trump concludes that a second Arab State — in addition to Jordan — is required in the Mandate territory - then Jordan - not only Israel, Judea and Samaria West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza — should be included in determining that third State’s possible location.
Jun 19, 2006 '"The Other Side of Israel" is a deeply troubling book. It should be read by anyone who wants to understand the reality of life for the Arab citizens of Israel. Susan Nathan's story bears witness to the shameful discrimination routinely practiced against them by the Israeli authorities.
As with many of his other books, like Palestinian Walks Notes on a Vanishing Landscape, which won the Orwell Prize for Political Writing in 2008, Where the Line is Drawn is peppered with.
Susan Nathan, The Other Side of Israel My Journey Across the Jewish/Arab Divide, New York and London Nan A. Talese/Doubleday, 2005; see also “Author no longer ‘in love with the Zionist narrative,'” by Deaglan de Breadun, Irish Times, July 28, 2005.Please support our Bibles For Israel Ministry so Israel and the nations may understand these and other revelations found throughout His Word. “I make known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come. I say, ‘My purpose will stand, and I will do all that I please.'” Isaiah
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The olive oil comes directly from the West Bank and from Israeli-Palestinian farmers who suffer from restrictions on their land ownership and use of water resources in Israel, for a full account of the restrictions and discrimination suffered by Israeli-Palestinians see Susan Nathan’s book The Other Side of Israel My Journey Across the.
A record of life in the “other Israel,” a place not found in travel brochures nor, usually, in headlines. “A fact almost unknown outside Israel is that the Jewish state includes a large minority of one million Palestinians who have Israeli citizenship,” writes English-born counselor Nathan.It also explain why most Jewish Israeli people supported building the wall, a significant part expresses the feeling that they and their country face a constant existential threat. UN defined Israel borders after WWII. Arab countries didn’t see it like this, and a first war started in 1947, as the Israeli government declared statehood.Get this from a library! The other side of Israel my journey across the Jewish-Arab divide. Susan Nathan -- A British-born Jewish woman captures the harsh realities of life for Israel's frequently oppressed indigenous Arab population, exploring the historical, political, and cultural factors that have.
In July 2014, I came home from an otherwise fascinating congregational trip to Israel unsettled by what I didn’t see – the people and places on the other side of the walls and barbed wire on the roads we took to Masada, the Dead Sea, and other Israeli tourist sites.Other Side of Israel My Journey Across the Jewish/Arab Divide Susan Nathan The pioneering autobiographical story of a British Zionist in her fifties who moves to Israel and chooses to live among 25,000 Muslims in the all-Arab Israeli town of Tamra, a few miles from Nazareth. Susan Nathan's revelatory book about her new li.Read "The Other Side of Israel My Journey Across the Jewish/Arab Divide" by Susan Nathan available from Rakuten Kobo. In 2003, Susan Nathan moved from her comfortable home in Tel Aviv to Tamra, an Arab town in the northern part of Israel.En Susan Nathan, The other side of Israel my journey across the Jewish-Arab divide, New York, HarperCollins, 2005, 302 p. ISBN 0-00-719510-9 et 978-0-00-719510-7, présentation en ligne Ilan Pappé, Le Nettoyage ethnique de la Palestine, Fayard, 2008Each journey in and out is a long haul of bureaucracy, checks and border crossings, and fear of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Palestinian patients make their way to the crossings from the West Bank and Gaza, clear all the checks, and then need to make the much longer, expensive and intimidating way across Israel.Today, the nations of our planet seek to divide the Promised Land into two states for "peace." One called Israel, the other a Palestinian State. That's the plan of man. The United Nations will undoubtably make division a key discussion point in the up coming 2016 General Assembly meetings in New York.The Other Side of Israel My Journey Across the Jewish/Arab Divide Susan Nathan The pioneering autobiographical story of a British Zionist in her fifties who moves to Israel and chooses to live among 25,000 Muslims in the all-Arab Israeli town of Tamra, a few miles from Nazareth.
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