[Ebook] ↠ Die Erfindung des Landes Israel Author Shlomo Sand – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk


Die Erfindung des Landes Israel Geh Rt Israel Den Juden Was Bedeutet Berhaupt Israel Wer Hat Dort Gelebt, Wer Erhebt Anspr Che Auf Das Land, Wie Kam Es Zur Staatsgr Ndung Israels Shlomo Sand, Einer Der Sch Rfsten Kritiker Der Israelischen Politik Gegen Ber Den Pal Stinensern, Stellt Den Gr Ndungsmythos Seines Landes Radikal In Frage Berzeugend Weist Er Nach, Dass Entgegen Der Israelischen Unabh Ngigkeitserkl Rung Und Heutiger Regierungspropaganda Die Juden Nie Danach Gestrebt Haben, In Ihr Angestammtes Land Zur Ckzukehren, Und Dass Auch Heute Ihre Mehrheit Nicht In Israel Lebt Oder Leben Will Es Gibt Kein Historisches Anrecht Der Juden Auf Das Land Israel, So Sand Diese Idee Sei Ein Erbe Des Unseligen Nationalismus Des 19 Jahrhunderts, Begierig Aufgegriffen Von Den Zionisten Jener Zeit In Kolonialistischer Manier H Tten Sie Die Juden Zur Landnahme In Pal Stina Und Zur Vertreibung Der Pal Stinensischen Bev Lkerung Aufgerufen, Die Dann Nach Der Staatsgr Ndung 1948 Konsequent Umgesetzt Wurde Nachdr Cklich Fordert Sand Die Israelische Gesellschaft Auf, Sich Von Den Mythen Des Zionismus Zu Verabschieden Und Die Historischen Tatsachen Anzuerkennen.


10 thoughts on “Die Erfindung des Landes Israel

  1. says:

    As a Muslim, there is a great lesson in self reflection to be learnt from this critical analysis for creation of the myth of land of Israel, conjured up by Zionists in order to justify forced annexation of Palestine I have to give credit to Jewish culture for relativelyaccepting alternate views instead of rejecting any criticism like my own Islamic culture This way all the positive and negative aspects of any contentious issue can be very effectively ring fenced within, instead of leav As a Muslim, there is a great lesson in self reflection to be learnt from this critical analysis for creation of the myth of land of Israel, conjured up by Zionists in order to justify forced annexation of Palestine I have to give credit to Jewish culture for relativelyaccepting alternate views instead of rejecting any criticism like my own Islamic culture This way all the positive and negative aspects of any contentious issue can be very effectively ring fenced within, instead of leaving voids for outsiders to take shots at, like Islam has to go through repeatability.Sholomo makes a very convincing case against the whole legality of Israel especially when he points out that there was no tradition of pilgrimage in Jews unlike Christianity and Islam He calls this shift towards pilgrimage Christian Zionism But I don t really see his objective, for even if Jewish traditions were relat...


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    The Invention of the Land of Israel by Shlomo Sand The Invention of the Land of Israel is the follow up to the fascinating and controversial The Invention of the Jewish People This excellent book serves as a complementary addition to the aforementioned book and fills gaps left behind Historian and outspoken professor, Shlomo Sand does it again with this enlightening and educational book that reveals the history behind the Land of Israel This 304 page book is composed of the following five The Invention of the Land of Israel by Shlomo Sand The Invention of the Land of Israel is the follow up to the fascinating and controversial The Invention of the Jewish People This excellent book serves as a complementary addition to the aforementioned book and fills gaps left behind Historian and outspoken professor, Shlomo Sand does it again with this enlightening and educational book that reveals the history behind the Land of Israel This 304 page book is composed of the following five chapters 1 Making Homelands Biological Imperative or National Property , 2 Mytherritory In the Beg...


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    This read was, for the most part, a biblical study of the historical text hence the term invention as the title was referring to of the notion of an Israel state and other things like the acceptability of killing other peo...


  4. says:

    I sympathize with what appears to be Professor Sands s main goal to counter the simplistic justifications offered by right wing Zionists for the occupation and annexation of the West Bank But Sands goes too far I can appreciate his claim that ancient Jews failed to recognize the modern sanctified term Eretz Israel as a political entity it turns out that Land of Israel in the title are carefully chosen words , but he cannot erase the importance of places like Hebron in our history And we I sympathize with what appears to be Professor Sands s main goal to counter the simplistic jus...


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    A worthy sequel of the invention of the Jewish people The central question is was the territory known today as the land of Israel or Palestine was it really during the centuries a focal point of hopes of jewish po...


  6. says:

    Professor Shlomo Sand fulfilled his mission with this book writing the sloppiest piece of historiography ever published about Israel and Zionism Instead of sustaining a clear anti Zionist agenda as Nathan Weinstock did decades ago with the classic book Zionism against Israel , Mr Sand tries to build his case on the argument that Jewish nationalism is an invention or a mytho history ,as he conceptualizes on his work According to the author, Zionism has distorted biblical texts and teachings Professor Shlomo Sand fulfilled his mission with this book writing the sloppiest piece of historiography ever published about Israel and Zionism Instead of sustaining a clear anti Zionist agenda as Nathan Weinstock did decades ago with the classic book Zionism against Israel , Mr Sand tries to build his case on the argument that Jewish nationalism is an invention or a mytho history ,as he conceptualizes on his work According to the author, Zionism has distorted biblical texts and teachings to give Zionism described here as racist, colonial and imperialist a proper historical meaning Although the author is able to make good points here and there, the result is messy, convoluted and is closer to vulgar propaganda than to real academic inquiry As the author tries to show that Jewish identity wasn t a national identity, he forgets that nationalism has no true essence it s the desire of a group to live together, to acquiesce to a common identity by actually living in th...


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    The best book I have read this year A stunning work of history and memory, combining intellectual rigour with great moral courage The Invention of the Land of Israel meticulously deconstructs the founding mythology of the exclusive claim of the Jewish people to the land in Israel, as well as the supposed yearning of the Jewish people to return to their homeland, and asks to us to consider whether Israel is the answer to the Diaspora, or a part of it Not for a moment endorsing any solution The best book I have read this year A stunning work of history and memory, combining intellectual rigour with great moral courage The Invention of the Land of Israel meticulously deconstructs the founding mythology of the exclusive claim of the Jewish people to the land in Israel, as well as the supposed yearning of the Jewish people to return to their homeland, and asks to us to consider whether Israel is the answer to the Diaspora, or a part of it Not for a moment endorsing any solution that would damage or threaten Israel or its people, Shlomo Sand is asking for a genuinely honest and open debate on the history of the conception and foundation of the ...


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    How could a man or a people seize a vast territory and keep out the rest of the human race except by a criminal usurpation since the action would rob the rest of mankind of the shelter and food that nature has given them all in common A happy homeland of milk and honey, promised to the chosen is a fairy tale lie The idea of homeland, the bond between soil and blood has become almost an indoctrinated philosophy Treat humans as you will, but never question ones loyalty for their cou...


  9. says:

    I applaud Prof Sand s general effort here The arguments concepts presented are not simply compelling but convincing As one who tries to encourage others to read up on the subject though, it is very difficult to see how I can persuade others, who are not scholars, to finish it The presentation reads like a lecture rather than a narrative I am also conscious that one aspect of the author s presentation of ideas is to refute arguments by another eminent historian whose name I won t men I applaud Prof Sand s general effort here The arguments concepts presented are not simply compelling but convincing As one who tries to encourage others to read up on the subject though, it is very difficult to see how I can persuade others, who are not scholars, to finish it The presentation...


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