7 edition of Plurality and citizenship in Israel found in the catalog.
Plurality and citizenship in Israel
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Dan Avnon and Yotam Benziman.|
|Series||Routledge studies in Middle Eastern politics -- 15|
|Contributions||Avnon, Dan., Benziman, Yotam.|
|LC Classifications||JQ1830.A92 P58 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415557764, 9780415557771, 9780203866641|
|LC Control Number||2009018172|
This report examines the repercussions of citizenship laws on Palestinian identity, and in case of the establishment of a Palestinian state, the repercussions on Palestinian : Asem Khalil. At the end of , the Palestinian population of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank began a mass uprising against the Israeli occupation. This uprising, known as the first Intifada (the arabic word for ‘shaking off), was not started by the PLO leadership but instead it was a popular mobilization of the organizations that had been formed in response to the Israeli occupation.
In the United States, most candidates are elected in single-member districts. That is, two or more candidates run for office in one district, such as a congressional district. The person who receives the most votes wins. But many other democratic countries, such as Japan, Germany, and Israel, use a different system to elect the nation's parliament. citizenship by descent only describes the acquisition of citizenship based on the principle of Jus sanguinis, or by descent, where at least one parent is a citizen of the state and being born within the territorial limits of the state is not required. The majority of countries adhere to this practice. Israel, and the UK have no single.
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This comparative study concentrates on theoretical models and historical, legal or political patterns of development. With an emphasis on alternative approaches to alleviating civic and political inequality in a divided society such as Israel's, the book examines plurality and political pluralism as keys to enhancing Israel's democratic : Paperback.
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Preface: Plurality and Citizenship in Israel Dan Avnon and Yotam Benziman 1. Effective Plurality despite Categorical Rigidity Dan Avnon and Yotam Benziman 2. Plurality of Self and Pluralism: A View from Jerusalem Dan Avnon 3.
Refugee Return: By Right and/or By Law Howard Adelman 4. Citizenship as a Home Yotam Benziman 5. Plurality and Citizenship in Israel: Moving Beyond the Jewish/Palestinian Civil Divide (Routledge Studies in Middle Eastern Politics) With an emphasis on alternative approaches to alleviating civic and political inequality in a divided society such as Israel's, the book examines plurality and political pluralism as keys to enhancing Israel Pages: Plurality and Citizenship in Israel With an emphasis on alternative approaches to alleviating civic and political inequality in a divided society such as Israel's, the book examines plurality and political pluralism as keys to enhancing Israel's democratic character.
The dozen original essays address many of the basic points of contention. This book focuses on the conflict within Israel and the role played by modern states in either mitigating majority-minority conflict or exacerbating it. This comparative study concentrates on theoretical models and historical, legal or political patterns of by: 3.
1 Effective plurality despite categorical rigidity Dan Avnon Yotam Benziman 1. 2 Plurality of self and pluralism: A view from Jerusalem Dan Avnon 3 Refugee return: By right and/or by law Howard Adelman 4 Citizenship as a home Yotam Benziman 5 Critical reflection on law, equal citizenship and transformation Yousef T.
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Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 17 December Pub. location London. Imprint : Badi Hasisi. Effective plurality despite categorical rigidity / Dan Avnon, Yotam Benziman --Plurality of self and pluralism: a view from Jerusalem / Dan Avnon --Refugee return: by right and/or by law / Howard Adelman --Citizenship as a home / Yotam Benziman --Critical reflection on law, equal citizenship and transformation / Yousef T.
Jabareen --The. Get this from a library. Plurality and Citizenship in Israel: Moving Beyond the Jewish/Palestinian Civil Divide. [Dan Avnon; Yotam Benziman] -- Focuses on the Jewish-Palestinian conflict within the state of Israel and the general issue of the role played by modern states in either mitigating majority-minority conflict or exacerbating it.
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Contributors also explore the various things taken into account under state citizenship laws such as statelessness, or membership of the European Union.
This book was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. Category: Political Science Plurality And Citizenship In Israel. Plurality and Citizenship in Israel: Moving beyond the Jewish/Palestinian civil divide. / Editors: Prof. Dan Avnon, Dr.
Yotam Benziman. Israel's political process is too often framed in terms of a dichotomy between Jewish and Arab/Palestinian citizens of the state, a framing which perpetuates political inequality and consequent injustices.
Year Date Event 14 May: David Ben-Gurion, executive head of the World Zionist Organization and chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel, issued the Israeli Declaration of Independence which declared the establishment of a Jewish state in the land of Israel to be known as the State of Israel.: 15 May: Arab–Israeli War: Iraq, Egypt, Jordan and Syria.
ABSTRACT On 15 March the French government passed a law that banned the wearing of ‘conspicuous signs’ of religious affiliation in public schools. The ban was the result of an ongoing controversy in France about the admissibility of the hijab worn by Muslim schoolgirls.
On 8 November Professor Nizar Hassan, a Palestinian citizen of Israel, Cited by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
While the primary focus of this book is on the use of electoral reform to better represent racial and ethnic minorities, it turns into a wider debate about the whether proportional representation is preferable to single-member district plurality elections in the United States.
The African Hebrew Israelite Nation of Jerusalem (also known as the Black Hebrew Israelites of Jerusalem, the Black Hebrew Israelites, or simply the Black Hebrews or Black Israelites) is a spiritual group now mainly based in Dimona, Israel, whose members believe they are descended from the Twelve Tribes of community now numbers around 5, Israelis (Hebrew: ישראלים Yiśraʾelim, Arabic: الإسرائيليين al-ʾIsrāʾīliyyin) are the citizens or permanent residents of the State of Israel, a multiethnic state populated by people of different ethnic largest ethnic groups in Israel are Jews (75%), followed by Arabs (20%) and other minorities (5%).
Among the Israeli Jewish population, hundreds of Israel: c. million (including occupied territories). Israel (ĭz`rēəl, ĭz`rāəl) [as understood by Hebrews,=he strives with God], according to the book of Genesis, name given to Jacob Jacob, in the Bible, ancestor of the Hebrews, the younger of Isaac and Rebecca's twin sons; the older was Esau.
In exchange for a bowl of lentil soup, Jacob obtained Esau's birthright and, with his mother's help, received the blessing that the dying.
The Failure of Education Policy in Israel: Politics vs. Bureaucracy Alexandra F. Leavy University of Pennsylvania, Jews and those of Jewish ancestry to migrate to the State of Israel and gain citizenship. 5 cultural plurality. On the most symbolic level, the national symbols of Israel represent Jewish.The Founding Myths of Israel: Nationalism, Socialism and the Making of the Jewish State - Kindle edition by Sternhell, Zeev, Maisel, David.
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Harel-Shalev, Ayelet. The Challenge of Sustaining Democracy in Deeply Divided Societies: Citizenship, Rights, and Ethnic Conflicts in India and Israel. Lanham: Lexington Press. The book was awarded the Israeli Political Science Association's prize for the best book of