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By Mark Tessler

Mark Tessler's hugely praised, complete, and balanced background of the Israeli-Palestinian clash from the earliest instances to the present―updated throughout the first years of the twenty first century―provides a positive framework for realizing fresh advancements and assessing the clients for destiny peace. Drawing upon a wide range of records and on learn through Palestinians, Israelis, and others, Tessler assesses the clash on either the Israelis' and the Palestinians' phrases. New chapters during this improved variation elucidate the Oslo peace technique, together with the explanations for its failure, and the political dynamics in Israel, the West financial institution, and Gaza at a severe time of transition.

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The haskalah, which had no unifying organization or structure, incorporated different schools of thought and varying points of view about the issues of the day. "31 The haskalah began in Germany in the late eighteenth century, several decades before the introduction of major legislation granting new rights to Jews. Later it flourished in Eastern as well as Western Europe. A son or daughter of the haskalah was known as a maskil, literally an "enlightened one" (pi. maskilim), and a maskil was typically highly educated, of middle-class origin, deeply immersed in the broader culture of the European society in which he or she lived, and committed to the principle that both Jew and non-Jew shared a common, universal citizenship.

E. Despite the importance of this event for the ancient world generally, however, Jewish life was not greatly disturbed by the rise of Alexander's empire. On the one hand, Greek culture did not penetrate deeply into Eretz Yisraely which retained its largely Semitic orientation. On the other, Hellenistic rulers tended to regard the Jews as a distinct national community deserving of autonomy. Judea was granted the status of a semi-independent territory, with Jerusalem its capital and the laws of the Holy Torah its constitution, and Jewish leaders were permitted to exercise authority over all the inhabitants of Judea.

On the other, Hellenistic rulers tended to regard the Jews as a distinct national community deserving of autonomy. Judea was granted the status of a semi-independent territory, with Jerusalem its capital and the laws of the Holy Torah its constitution, and Jewish leaders were permitted to exercise authority over all the inhabitants of Judea. , and within a few years the people of Judea were being oppressed by their new foreign rulers. , as his armies passed through Jerusalem while returning from a campaign in Egypt, and the next year he occupied the city and punished its inhabitants.

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