New Essays on Zionism

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David Hazony, Yoram Hazony, Michael B. Oren
Shalem Press, 2006 - Religion - 434 pages
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A selection of articles addressing those fundamental questions that define the agenda for the Jewish state in the 21st century. Among the authors one can find key figures in the Israeli public dialogue, such as Ruth Gavison, Yoram Hazony, Michael Oren, Amnom Rubinstein, and Natan Sharansky.

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Contents

A Justification
3
Yoram Hazony The Guardian of the Jews
37
A Reality That Fashions
65
Copyright

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David Hazony, an American-born writer based in Jerusalem, has written for the New Republic, Commentary, and many other publications, and has served as editor in chief of Azure, the quarterly journal of Jewish public thought published by the Shalem Center.

Yoram Hazony is President of the Herzl Institute in Jerusalem. He is founder and past president of the Shalem Center, now Shalem College. His books include The Philosophy of Hebrew Scripture (Cambridge, 2012) and The Jewish State: The Struggle for Israel's Soul (2009). Hazony directs the John Templeton Foundation's project in Jewish Philosophical Theology and is a member of the Israel Council for Higher Education's committee on liberal studies in Israel's universities. He is a member of the Public Council of the Orthodox rabbinical organization Beit Hillel.

Michael B. Oren is an Israeli historian born on May 20, 1955. He is also an author, politician and former ambassador to the U.S. He has written books, articles, and essays on Middle Eastern history. His titles include the best-selling Power, Faith and Fantasy and Six Days of War: June 1967 and the Making of the Modern Middle East, which won the Los Angeles Times History Book of the Year Award and the National Jewish Book Award. He has been a visiting professor at Harvard, Yale, and Georgetown universities. In 2015 his title Ally: My Journey Across the American-Israeli Divide, made The New York Times Best Seller List.

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