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Die Erfindung des Landes Israel ✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ Die Erfindung des Landes Israel By Shlomo Sand ✸ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Gehört Israel den Juden Was bedeutet überhaupt Israel Wer hat dort gelebt wer erhebt Ansprüche auf das Land wie kam es zur Staatsgründung Israels Shlomo Sand einer der schärfsten Kritiker der isr Gehört Israel den Juden des Landes PDF/EPUB æ Was bedeutet überhaupt Israel Wer hat dort gelebt wer erhebt Ansprüche auf das Land wie kam es zur Staatsgründung Israels Shlomo Sand einer der schärfsten Kritiker der israelischen Politik gegenüber den Palästinensern stellt den Gründungsmythos seines Landes radikal in Frage Überzeugend weist er nach dass entgegen der israelischen Unabhängigkeitserklärung und heutiger Regierungspropaganda die Juden nie danach gestrebt haben in ihr „angestammtes Land“ zurückzukehren Die Erfindung eBook » 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 Jahrhunderts begierig aufgegriffen von den Zionisten jener Zeit In kolonialistischer Manier hätten sie die Juden zur Landnahme in Palästina und zur Vertreibung der palästinensischen Bevölkerung aufgerufen die dann nach der Staatsgründung Erfindung des Landes MOBI ñ konseuent umgesetzt wurde Nachdrücklich fordert Sand die israelische Gesellschaft auf sich von den Mythen des Zionismus zu verabschieden und die historischen Tatsachen anzuerkennen.

  • Hardcover
  • 400 pages
  • Die Erfindung des Landes Israel
  • Shlomo Sand
  • German
  • 04 March 2016
  • 9783549074343

About the Author: Shlomo Sand

Shlomo Sand is professor des Landes PDF/EPUB æ of history at Tel Aviv University and author of the controversial book The Invention of the Jewish People Verso Books His main areas of teaching are nationalism film as history and French intellectual historySand was born to Polish Jewish survivors of the Holocaust His parents had Communist and anti imperialist views and refused to receive compensations from Ge.

10 thoughts on “Die Erfindung des Landes Israel

  1. Tariq Mahmood Tariq Mahmood 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 relatively accepting 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 repeatabilitySholomo 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 relatively late in adopting pilgrimage aping Christians Jewish pilgrimage is here to stay For I know that in Islam pilgrimage to Kaaba made prominence after the death of the Prophet for during his life he only made one proper pilgrimage His first attempt to get to Kaaba was thwarted and he had to make the pilgrimage away from Kaaba a tradition never really adopted by popular Islam In this regards I do agree with the author when he suggests that history is directed by a select few writers and scholars of that time who may not be reflecting the view of ordinary masses of that era I guess the author is attempting to convey his alternate fringe point of view so that future generations can objectify I don't seriously believe that public opinion will ever change in Israel due to his work though Because at the moment the Jews have managed to acuire majority in Israel and successfully ousted Arabs from the land of their forefathers World opinion was partly responsible for creation of Israel but mainly Jews after years of being on the run in Europe were finally given a golden opportunity to finally settle down which they accepted with a lot of rigour State propaganda based on selective reading of history occurs in almost every country In the country of my birth Pakistan we have similar trend in education where Pakistan is directly linked with the advent of a distant Islamic culture blatantly ignoring the strong cultural ties with the local Hindu culture which seems far plausible in my opinion I guess this strong need to forge an identity is reuired to cover atrocities against minorities which both Pakistan and Israel are sort of known for Sholomo after a slowish start makes a very powerful case in favour of his primary argument Holy land to Homeland His analysis considers the personal religious inclinations of the primary movers for a Jewish homeland in Britain I think he has very successfully demonstrated the influence of religion on politics in the book as in my opinion religion may not be the primary motive but is very useful for justification and motivational purposes when making convincing arguments Sholomo has demonstrated the urgent need for a Jewish homeland in the wake of the huge number of immigrants in mainland Britain after the Bolshevik revolution The threat of the new immigrant coupled with religious justification that Jews have to installed in the Holy land as per the Bible created huge supporters of Zionism in Britain

  2. Book Book says:

    The Invention of the Land of Israel by Shlomo SandThe 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 Beginning God Promised the Land 3 Toward a Christian Zionism and Balfour Promised the Land 4 Zionism Versus Judaism The Conuest of Ethnic Space and 5 Conclusion The Sad Tale of the Frog and the ScorpionPositives1 A well researched and well cited book that takes you into the always fascinating world of Jewish history2 As candid and forthright a book as you will find Professor Sand provides solid and well cited evidence in support of his arguments3 Enlightening and thought provoking book to say the least4 An excellent complement to his best selling book The Invention of the Jewish People5 The myth that was the forced uprooting of the Jewish people6 The book does a wonderful job of explaining how the dissemination of a formative historical mythos occurred Never did I accept the idea of the Jews' historical rights to the Promised Land as self evident7 Clarifies some of the misunderstood points made in his previous book8 Professor Sand takes pride in his historical scholarship and it shows The uest for primary sources The author does a good job of letting the readers know what he does have a good handle on and what he doesn't9 Explains what really precipitated the establishment of the State of Israel10 The book achieves its goal of tracing the ways in which the Land of Israel was invented11 The book achieves the main goal of disparaging the official historiography of the Zionist Israeli establishment12 The notion of homeland in perspective It is important to remember that homelands did not produce nationalism but rather the opposite homelands emerged from nationalism The concept of territorial entity13 Was the Land of Israel the ancestral land of the descendants of the children of Israel? A biblical perspective14 The great minds behind the Jewish connection with the Land of Israel Fascinating history15 The history of the three main revolts Their causes and results16 The factors that revitalized interest over the Holy Land for all three Abrahamic religions17 The evolution of Zionism including the Christian variety The colonization of the Middle East The main players and factors involved The Balfour Declaration18 An interesting look at the Arab inhabitants of Palestine The increasing use of the moral superweapon historical right19 A condensed history of the Diaspora Zionism versus Judaism20 The redemption of the land to Judaization of the country The 1947 resolution regarding the partition of Palestine The acuisition of land The three most significant moments in the long history of the occupations and the settlements in the occupied territories that most likely were decisive in shaping the future of Israel and its neighbors21 An excellent final chapter that summarizes the main points of this interesting book22 Excellent citationsNegatives1 Lack of visual aids to assist the reader As an example maps would have added much value2 The book at times is repetitive3 No formal bibliography4 A cast of characters timelines even glossaries would have immensely assisted an American audience that may not be familiar with this fascinating history5 The book lacks panache English is not the author's main language This book is about substance over styleIn summary this is a fascinating and enlightening book I really enjoyed it and I must thank the author for the education Professor Sand succeeds in educating the reader on the history of the Land of Israel It's a great complement to his previous best selling book I highly recommend it

  3. & & says:

    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 people on the land Hence being so it was a new reading experience which also proved difficult at timesA must to also read with this book is his earlier work The Invention of the Jewish People

  4. Joseph Hazboun Joseph Hazboun says:

    Although the author is an Israeli professor at Tel Aviv University yet his reflections on the issue is worth teaching in the Palestinian and related Arab curriculaFrom a some what boring first chapter about the historical development of the concept of fatherlandhomeland in the 2nd chapter the author provides invaluable insights on the driving force among the Hebrew People of the Bible which was the Torah and not the landThen the author portrays the rejection of the Jews in the world of the concept of living in Palestine as something that doesn't have any particular interest or meaning for the Jews since the destruction of the Temple until today The last chapter is heartbreaking as it tracks the birth of the concept of a national home for the Jews first by the Evangelical Christians who wanted to push forward the coming of the Messiah and then by the Zionist movementA must read for every Palestinian

  5. Andy Oram Andy Oram 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 all know that religious anti Zionists bitterly resented the appropriation of a Messianic goal by the Zionists and their way of consciously elevating it to an immediate secular goal so Sands adds nothing by his history on that score I argue that the Russian pogromists and the Nazis created facts on the ground that the Jewish people and yes I also fail to be swayed by Sands's claim that there is no Jewish people had to react to In short I don't think we have to argue with Jewish religious fanatics on their own terms in order to criticize the unjust and dangerous political results of fanaticism

  6. David Ratner David Ratner says:

    A worthy seuel of the invention of the Jewish people The central uestion 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 political independence? Of pilgrimage? And if it wasn't when was it invented as such by whom and for what purposes?

  7. Leonel Caraciki Leonel Caraciki 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 historyas 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 inuiry 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 acuiesce to a common identity by actually living in the same space or by historical imagination and the willingness to have a common future There is a particularly embarrassing definition of the Zionist left as not really leftist as it didn't participate in the fight against imperialism and capitalism Mr Sand as it seems is the jury judge and executioner of the political compass His self aggrandizing job of destroying national myths is done in a inuisitorial way much to impress the reader but does little in terms of proper scholarship The book could have focused on the strategies and intellectual networks that Zionist scholars created to re read the holy texts as a canonical narrative but insists on using disconnected uotes from the Bible and Israeli politicians and an array of useless personal remarks that further contribute to bog down an already mediocre book Skip all chapters and read the epilogue about the Palestinian village that existed where the Tel Aviv University currently is The rest is pure junk

  8. Ehsan Choudhry Ehsan Choudhry says:

    Very insightful book on the history of jewish people and the beliefs and events that led to the creation of the state of Israel by a current professor at the University of Tel Aviv Israel Must read for people trying to understand the middle east conflict

  9. Liam89 Liam89 says:

    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 State of Israel Can Israel ever hope for peace with its neighbours and its Palestinian and Arab citizens while it continues to deny or ignore the terrible suffering inflicted on those people and their forefathers? Can a binational state emerge including the West Bank and Gaza where all citizens whether Jewish or Arab or Druze or Christian enjoy full eual civil and political rights? Above all this is a call for the people of Israel to save themselves from the ethnocentric narrative that has been woven into the very fabric of Israeli civil political and cultural society a narrative that is a threat to their democracy and even Professor Sand posits their future as a state

  10. Candace Candace says:

    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 uestion ones loyalty for their country death for land the only honorable death When in reality it is unbearably sad to think that soil has worth than a soul The cost and bloodshed in creating these lies inventing nationalistic pride at the cost of killing ethnic cleansing a race of people carries such a deep offense to the earth The earth soil land was never meant to have blood spilled on it especially when it has such abundance for all

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