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by Michael Dumper

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ISBN:
158826016X
Author:
Michael Dumper
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English
Publisher:
Lynne Rienner Pub (November 1, 2001)
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The proximity within the Old City of Jerusalem of profoundly holy sites to three faiths and the elaborate controversies taking place within this .

The proximity within the Old City of Jerusalem of profoundly holy sites to three faiths and the elaborate controversies taking place within this confined space are here clearly described and placed within a political context by Dumper (Middle East politics, U. of Exeter, UK). Dumper, who is a specialist in the Palestine-Israeli conflict, disentangles the complex situation The proximity within the Old City of Jerusalem of profoundly holy sites to three faiths and the elaborate controversies taking place within this confined space are here clearly described and placed within a political context.

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Sacred to three traditions, the Old City of Jerusalem is the Gordian knot at the center of the Middle East conflict

Sacred to three traditions, the Old City of Jerusalem is the Gordian knot at the center of the Middle East conflict. This book explores how religious and political interests compete for control of this sacred space, and how that competition affects the Middle East peace process.

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The proximity within the Old City of Jerusalem of profoundly holy sites to three faiths and the elaborate controversies taking place within this . Dumper, who is a specialist in the Palestine-Israeli conflict, disentangles the complex situation as he describes the place, history, and role of each religious group involved. A discussion of the peace process concludes the volume. Annotation c. Book News, In. Portland, OR (booknews.

The status of the Old City of Jerusalem has changed with the history of the nian conflict. The author then covers the expansion of the Jewish community in the Old City

The status of the Old City of Jerusalem has changed with the history of the nian conflict. In 1967, following the Israeli occupation and subsequent annexation of Jerusalem, a new situation emerged for the Holy Places: for the first time since 1948, Jewish, Christian, and Muslim shrines were under the control of one government. The author then covers the expansion of the Jewish community in the Old City. His analysis of the settlers and their various illegal attempts to grab land and property in the City is accurate and disconcerting.

Michael Dumper is professor in Middle East politics at the University of Exeter and the author of The Future of the Palestinian Refugees; The Politics of Sacred Space: The Old City of Jerusalem and the Middle East Conflict, 1967–2000; and The Politics of Jerusalem Since 1967.

The proximity within the Old City of Jerusalem of profoundly holy sites to three faiths and the elaborate controversies taking place within this confined space are here clearly described and placed within a political context by Dumper (Middle East politics, U. of Exeter, UK). Dumper, who is a specialist in the Palestine-Israeli conflict, disentangles the complex situation as he describes the place, history, and role of each religious group involved. A discussion of the peace process concludes the volume. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)