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Judaism does not equal Israel

Author: Marc H Ellis
Publisher: New York : New Press : Distributed by Perseus Distribution, 2009.
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In December 2008, Israel's attack on Gaza provoked international condemnation. The killing of civilians anguished even many supporters of Israel, who found it morally indefensible. In this volume, Jewish thinker and critic Marc H. Ellis takes on the hard moral questions about Jewish support for the state of Israel. Reviewing the historical record of the past fifty years and envisioning the prospects for a just and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marc H Ellis
ISBN: 9781595584250 1595584250
OCLC Number: 259716038
Description: xxii, 232 p. : map ; 20 cm.
Contents: At the crossroads of Jewish identity --
The Jewish quest for liberation --
Can Jews redeem Christianity? --
Mapping Jewish destiny --
Prophets in exile.
Responsibility: Marc H. Ellis.
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In December 2008, Israel's attack on Gaza provoked international condemnation. The killing of civilians anguished even many supporters of Israel, who found it morally indefensible. In this volume, Jewish thinker and critic Marc H. Ellis takes on the hard moral questions about Jewish support for the state of Israel. Reviewing the historical record of the past fifty years and envisioning the prospects for a just and lasting peace, Ellis makes a case--based on central prophetic Jewish values--that the present policies of the Israeli state cannot reasonably be defended. --From publisher's description.

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