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By Rejwan, Nissim; Foreword by Berg, Nancy E.
Was Israel a Jewish state or a democratic state? Who was a Jew? This title addresses these questions by stating that these issues became more critical and complex in the two decades after the Six-Day War in 1967 as Israel matured into a regional power.
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By Rejwan, Nissim; Foreword by Beinin, Joel
Recalls the lost Jewish community of Baghdad, in which the author was a child and young man from the 1920s to 1951
By Rejwan, Nissim
Chronicles Israel's internal and external struggles to become a nation, as well as the author's integration into a complex culture. This title documents how the East European leadership, acting as advocates of Western norms and ideals, failed to integrate Israel into the region a ...
Nasserism is one of the few words which identifies a person with a specific creed. Like Bonapartism, the ideology of Nasserism represents a fundamental premise about the Arab world. During the last ten years of Abdel Nasser's life, the ideology which bears his name assumed its fi ...
In Orientalism and the Myth of the Arab Mind, Nissim Rejwan deftly surveys, analyses, criticizes and dismisses the primarily Western Orientalists' insistence on dwelling on the so-called 'Arab mind.' In an attempt to amplify this idea, he cites a number of points made by scholars ...
This work offers a wide range of perspectives on modern Islamic culture and religious practice. It seeks to dispel the perception that Islamic fundamentalism and extremism represent Islam in its entirety. The sampling of readings amplifies the summary discussion.
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