The Israelis: Ordinary People In An Extraordinary Land (Updated In 2008)
  • The Israelis: Ordinary People In An Extraordinary Land (Updated In 2008)
  • The Israelis: Ordinary People In An Extraordinary Land (Updated In 2008)
ISBN: 0743270355
EAN13: 9780743270359
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 1, 2008
Pages: 480
Dimensions: 1.34" H x 8.35" L x 5.43" W
Weight: 0.97 lbs.
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Israel is smaller than New Jersey, with 0.11% of the world's population, yet captures a lion's share of headlines. It looks like one country on CN, a very different one on al-Jazeera. The BC has their version, The New York Times theirs. But how does Israel look to Israelis?

Israel is smaller than New Jersey, with 0.11% of the world's population, yet captures a lion's share of headlines. It looks like one country on CN, a very different one on al-Jazeera. The BC has their version, The New York Times theirs. But how does Israel look to Israelis? The answers are varied, and they have been brought together here in one of the most original books about Israel in decades. From battlefields to bedrooms to boardrooms, discover the colliding worlds in which an astounding mix of 7.2 million devoutly traditional and radically modern people live. You'll meet Arab Jews who fled Islamic countries, dreadlock-wearing Ethiopian immigrants who sing reggae in Hebrew, Christians in Nazareth who publish an Arabic-style Cosmo, young Israeli Muslims who know more about Judaism than most Jews of the Diaspora, ultra-Orthodox Jews on Modesty Patrols, and more. Interweaving hundreds of personal stories with intriguing new research, The Israelis is lively, irreverent, and always fascinating.

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