Lords of the Land: The War Over Israel's Settlements in the Occupied Territories, 1967-2007

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PublicAffairs, Jun 9, 2009 - History - 400 pages
The 1967 Arab-Israeli War was a devastating triumph for Israel, which immediately began to establish settlements in the newly conquered territories. Those settlements, and the movement that made them possible, have utterly transformed Israel, and yet until now the full history of the occupation has never been told. Lords of the Land tells that tragic story, and reveals what a catastrophe it has been for both Israel and the Palestinians.
 

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Contents

Blindness
3
Bad Faith
55
Fire on the Hilltops
119
Soldiers of the Messiah
183
Everything Is Legal in the Land of Israel
333
The Pace of Apocalypse
403
Bibliography
511
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Professor Idith Zertal, PhD, is a leading Israeli historian. Among her major publications are From Catastrophe to Power: Holocaust Survivors and the Emergence of Israel and Israel's Holocaust and the Politics of Nationhood. She currently teaches at the Institute of Jewish Studies at the University of Basel and lives in Israel and Switzerland. In 2009 she will be a fellow of the Remarque Institute at New York University.

Akiva Eldar is currently chief political columnist and editorial writer for the Israeli daily Ha'aretz. In May 2006 the Financial Times selected him as among the most prominent and influential commentators in the world. He lives in Israel.

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