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Menachem Klein

–10) methodology with regard to relational history to explore various types of encounters between Jews and Arabs across the social ladder. They widen our historical perspective beyond the working classes that interested Lockman in the 1990s and Deborah Bernstein

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Chava Brownfield-Stein

://indianstrategicknowledgeonline.com/web/MattisFourBlockWarUSNINov2005.pdf McMichael , Christopher . 2017 . “ Pacification and Police: A Critique of the Police Militarization Thesis .” Capital & Class 41 ( 1 ): 115 – 132 . 10.1177/0309816816678569 Misgav , Tal . 2014 . “ Israel's Border Police: A

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Jewish Secular-Believer Women in Israel

A Complex and Ambivalent Identity

Hagar Lahav

of them were Mizrahi (Jews originating in North Africa and Asia), and the remainder were from mixed families. Their ages ranged from 25 to 70. All described themselves as belonging to the middle or upper classes. Most had academic degrees or were

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Innovations in Israel’s Civics Textbooks

Enlightening Trends in Non-Western Democracies

Sigal Ben-Rafael Galanti, Paz Carmel, and Alon Levkowitz

Classes on ‘Moral and Civic’ Education .” French Entrée , 13 October . https://www.frenchentree.com/living-in-france/education/new-school-courses-on-moral-and-civil-education-in-france/ . Kashti , Or . 2015 . “ The Ministry of Education Rewrites

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Benzion Netanyahu's Formative Years

The Politics of Resentment in Palestine, 1932–1935

Adi Armon

foreign color, the color of the flag of those bearing the class ideology, those bearing internal disintegration and animosity,” wrote Netanyahu in an essay in Beitar before the Eighteenth Zionist Congress, which took place shortly after Arlosoroff

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The Hyphen Cannot Hold

Contemporary Trends in Religious-Zionism

Hayim Katsman

religious women who considered themselves feminists were typically upper-class, Ashkenazi, mature, urban, and educated. This began to change in 2015 with the entry of religious feminism into social media, specifically through two highly popular Facebook

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Lia Friesem

37042 Fish , Stanley E. 1980 . Is There a Text in This Class? The Authority of Interpretive Communities . Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press. Friedländer , Shaul . 1990 . “ Opening Lecture: The Shoah between Memory and History.” [In Hebrew

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Ben-Gurion and the Palestinian Refugees

Ideology, Morality, and Praxis

Yossi Goldstein

the mixed cities. The flight of more than 75,000 Arabs—primarily upper- and middle-class residents of major cities and nearby villages ( Gelber 2004: 107–108 ; Khalidi 2012 ; Morris 1987: 50 )—to parts of the country that were perceived as safer and

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From Jewish Sentiments to Rational Exhortations

Battle Missives in the Israel Defense Forces

Netta Galnoor

changing composition of the IDF by the year 2000 may also have affected the missives’ language. 40 The IDF is no longer dominated by the middle class (usually Ashkenazi Jews), but is today comprised of different social groups, some of which had been

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The Missing Policing

The Absent Concept of Policing and Its Substitutes in Israeli Military Doctrine

Ofra Ben-Ishai

more appropriate for policing the Territories (27). However, the creation of the low-class policing battalions ( Levy 2003 ) weakened those voices and protected the military from a radical reform it did not want. Policing Turns Political Already