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Menachem Begin’s World Travels in the 1950s

A Road to Political Legitimacy

Ofira Gruweis-Kovalsky

explore Begin’s efforts to mobilize foreign support from two angles: Begin’s reception by Diaspora Revisionists and his reception by Diaspora Jews as a whole. Both the development of Herut’s early ties with Diaspora Jewry and Begin’s relations with non

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The Editors

what can be learned from Bedouin graves and funeral practices (quite a lot, it turns out) and one on Diaspora Jewry’s ‘obligation’ to Israel, among others. We hope that you enjoy this issue of ISR and that it provides you with much food for thought

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The Jewish Centrality of Israel

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

Ofer Shiff

clarify that, nevertheless, Israel's Jewish centrality must be understood in connection with the very different minority existence of the Jewish Diaspora: On the other hand, the Israeli nation does not see itself as separate from Diaspora Jewry; on the

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Kobi Peled, Thomas Mitchell, Kenneth Waltzer, Brent E. Sasley, Hillel Cohen, and Laura Zittrain Eisenberg

University Ilan Zvi Baron , Obligation in Exile: The Jewish Diaspora, Israel and Critique (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2015), 312 pp., $120.00 (hardback). All of us should be leery by now of the contests within Diaspora Jewry over what

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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

sources of funding. The IEF initiative also illuminates the role of Diaspora Jewry in Israel based on the mamlakhtiyut philosophy. According to Sherzer (2019) , the mamlakhti (republican) frame allowed the state leadership to line up Diaspora Jews