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Conflicts and Contradictions Hardcover – January 12, 1986. Benvenisti was for some years deputy mayor of Jerusalem for Arab affairs and is well acquainted with the Arab population of Israel. Meron Benvenisti (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. He is also a member of the ever-smaller minority of Israeli-born citizens who remember the heroic days of state-building in the 1930s and 1940s. Thus, he is perfectly suited to write this bookwhich is partly memoir, partly political analysison the relations between Israel and the Palestinians.
The West Bank and Gaza Atlas. Meron Benvenisti, Ziad Abu-Zayad, Danny Rubinstein. Sacred Landscape: The Buried History of the Holy Land since 1948 (Honorable Mention for the Albert Hourani Award, Middle Eastern Studies Association). The West Bank Data Base 1987 Report: Demographic, Economic, Legal, Social and Political Developments in the West Bank. Son of the Cypresses: Memories, Reflections, and Regrets from a Political Life (S. Mark Taper Foundation Book in Jewish Studies).
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Meron Benvenisti (Hebrew: מירון בנבנשתי, born April 21, 1934) is an Israeli political scientist who was Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem under Teddy Kollek from 1971 to 1978.
Meron Benvenisti (Hebrew: מירון בנבנשתי, born April 21, 1934) is an Israeli political scientist who was Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem under Teddy Kollek from 1971 to 1978, during which he administered East Jerusalem and served as Jerusalem's Chief Planning Officer. Initially trained as a medievalist, he has published books and maps on the Crusaders period in the Holy Land. He later obtained a Harvard doctorate in conflict management.
Meron Benvenisti was deputy mayor of Jerusalem from 1971 to 1978, and is currently a columnist for Haaretz, Israel's largest newspaper. He is the author of Conflicts and Contradictions (1986) Intimate Enemies (California, 1995), and City of Stone (California, 1996). Библиографические данные. Sacred Landscape: The Buried History of the Holy Land since 1948. The contradictions are chiefly those that Mr. Benvenisti discerns between Israel's ideals and its actual policies, particularly toward the settlement of the occupied territories. If the result of those policies was no longer rationalized as a temporary, fluid situation capable of being reversed, and acknowledged as the fait accompli that the author believes it to be, then Israelis would be faced with unpleasant choices, he says. To solve the Palestinian problem, he writes, they would have to choose between partitioning Israel or granting Israeli Arabs full equality in a binational state.
Find nearly any book by Meron Benvenisti. by Meron Benvenisti, Anne Wilkes Tucker, Talya Sason, Amiram Oren, Ariella Azoulay. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Jerusalem, The Torn City. ISBN 9780816607952 (978-0-8166-0795-2) Softcover, University of Minnesota Press, 1976. ISBN 9781934435359 (978-1-934435-35-9) Hardcover, Radius Books, 2011.
Benvenisti, Meron (1988): Conflicts and Contradictions, Villard, ISBN 0-394-53647-9. Benvenisti, Meron (1996): City of Stone: The Hidden History of Jerusalem University of California Press ISBN 0-520-20521-9. Benvenisti, Meron (2002): Sacred Landscape: Buried History of the Holy Land Since 1948. University of California Press. Benvenisti, Meron (2007): Sons of the Cypresses: Memories, Reflections and Regrets from a Political Life
Conflicts and Contradictions. Meron Benvenisti, a former deputy mayor of Jerusalem and now director of the nonofficial West Bank Data Base Project, presents the latest data (covering the 1984-85 period) on the situation in that territory, but he does not confine himself to statistics