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Ben Herzog

(known in Hebrew as okef bagatz) circumventing the High Court of Justice (HCJ). Thus, the amendment had substantial symbolic and actual implication for Israeli society ( Gavison 2010 ; Lustick 1999 ; Shafir and Peled 2002 ). Most notably, it

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“I’ll Do Business with Anyone”

Arab Teachers in Jewish Schools as a Disruptive Innovation

Rakefet Ron Erlich, Shahar Gindi, and Michal Hisherik

divided into four streams: three Hebrew-speaking streams (secular, religious, and ultra-Orthodox) and an Arab stream ( Krakowski 2008 ). Most Arab students who participate in the Arab system will never encounter a Jewish student or Jewish teacher, and vice

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Sociology in the Garden

Beyond the Liberal Grammar of Contemporary Sociology

Nissim Mizrachi

against the deportation of children of foreign workers, Meir Park, in central Tel Aviv, 4 March 2011. A 12-year-old girl representing these children reads a speech, written in Hebrew, that stresses her Israeliness and integration into local life. In the

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Menachem Klein

—the Hebrew acronym for the City of David Foundation, established in 1986 and officially cooperating with the Israeli government since 1997—uses to describe Silwan. The starting point in question is a strictly Jewish one: the conquest of the Jebusite city by

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Dov Waxman, Eitan Bar-Yosef, Adi Sherzer, Abraham Silberstein, and Csaba Nikolenyi

Jews who chose to become Israel Studies experts in particular. Adi Sherzer The University of California, Berkeley Refrences Bar-On , Mordechai . 2011 . Man of the Last Century: Autobiography . [In Hebrew.] Jerusalem : Carmel . Baumel

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The Third Angle in Israel Studies

Boundaries between Government and Non-governmental Entities in Early Israel

Paula Kabalo and Esther Suissa

add it to the IEF's purview as a central element. The format chosen—the Culture, Youth, and Sports Center, today recognized ubiquitously in Israel under its Hebrew acronym, Matnas—provides culture and social activities for those in faraway and isolated

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Tair Karazi-Presler, Moti Gigi, Luis Roniger, Yossi Harpaz, Oded Adomi Leshem, Meir Elran, Dany Bahar, and Yuval Benziman

’s translation of two books originally written in Hebrew by Aviva Halamish. While it is indeed a biography of Meir Yaari, it is actually much more. As Halamish describes and analyzes Yaari’s life, she also discusses in detail the establishment of the youth

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The Jewish Centrality of Israel

The 1958 ‘Who Is a Jew?’ Affair as a Case Study

Ofer Shiff

that might justify doing “what we in Israel demand that others [Diaspora Jews] refrain from doing.” Similarly, Ephraim Urbach, professor of Talmud and rabbinical literature at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, after voicing his opposition to any

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Political Labels and Post-Politics

A Comparative Analysis of the Party Spectrum in Israel, Hungary, and Poland

Artur Skorek

-religion issues. The party considers the Hebrew Bible one of the cultural foundations of the Israeli community (Avodah 2020) but supports limiting the influence of Orthodox Judaism in the public sphere (2019: 19–21, 41–42). Its approach to Israeli Arabs is more

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A Leap over History

Vladimir Jabotinsky's Political Paradigms, 1916–1940

Brian Horowitz

notes that he traversed the Pale of Settlement, giving talks on Hebrew language in schools and a Jewish university in Palestine. But, he laments, that gig ended when the war began in 1914. He writes: Here ends the first part of the story of my life