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Brother against brother : violence and extremism in Israeli politics from Altalena to the Rabin assassination

Autore: Ehud Sprinzak
Editore: New York, NY : Free Press, ©1999.
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Brother Against Brother takes the reader through the critical turning points of Israeli political history, and introduces us to the leaders whose careers were baptized by blood. In a masterful blending of narrative and historical analysis, Sprinzak begins with the Altalena incident of June 1948, the first armed dispute between David Ben-Gurion's Labor-led government and the right-wing paramilitary Irgun
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Genere/forma: History
Informazioni aggiuntive sul formato: Online version:
Sprinzak, Ehud.
Brother against brother.
New York, NY : Free Press, ©1999
(OCoLC)647252264
Persona incaricata: Yitzhak Rabin; Yitzḥaḳ Rabin; Yitzhak Rabin; Yiṣḥaq Rabin
Tipo materiale: Risorsa internet
Tipo documento: Book, Internet Resource
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Ehud Sprinzak
ISBN: 0684853442 9780684853444
Numero OCLC: 39515042
Descrizione: xii, 366 pages ; 25 cm
Contenuti: pt. 1. Extremism and Violence in the First Israeli Republic, 1948-67. 1. On the Brink of Civil War: Crisis at Year One. 2. Violence in the 1950s: The Eruption of Past Hatreds. 3. Thou Shalt Protest, Not Kill: The Case of Haredi Violence --
pt. 2. The Escalation of Violence in the Second Israeli Republic, 1967-99. 4. Challenge from the Left: Rebellion in the Periphery. 5. From Pioneering to Terrorism: Gush Emunim and the Underground. 6. The Kahanist Culture of Violence: Evolution and Containment. 7. After Oslo: The Crisis of the Israeli Radical Right. 8. To Kill a Prime Minister: Countdown to the Rabin Assassination. 9. Jews Who Kill? Some Afterthoughts on Israeli Political Violence. App. Violence, Political Violence, and Political Violence in Israel.
Responsabilità: Ehud Sprinzak.

Abstract:

Brother Against Brother takes the reader through the critical turning points of Israeli political history, and introduces us to the leaders whose careers were baptized by blood. In a masterful blending of narrative and historical analysis, Sprinzak begins with the Altalena incident of June 1948, the first armed dispute between David Ben-Gurion's Labor-led government and the right-wing paramilitary Irgun organization, led by future prime minister Menachem Begin. He then follows the legacy of conflict into the confrontations of the 1950s and the assassination of Dr. Rudolph Kastner, a World War II leader of the Hungarian Jews.

Sprinzak shows how the 1967 Six-Day War - Israel's greatest victory ever - reopened, paradoxically, the great rift between the left and the right over the borders of Israel, inspiring such agitators as Meir Kahane, who founded the Jewish Defense League in the United States and the Kach party in Israel, and the Orthodox rabbis of Gush Emunim. Finally, Sprinzak reveals how the militancy of Israel's religious right has grown more fierce since the signing of the Oslo accords, reaching its peak in the 1994 Hebron massacre and the Rabin assassination the following year.

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