Jewish Settler Violence: Deviance as Social Reaction

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Between 1949 and 1967 few Israelis had questioned the boundaries established during Israel's war for independence. Zionist and religious ideologies that advocated Jewish control over all the "Land of Israel"--the areas of Jewish settlement in biblical times--lay dormant. The 1967 victory, which brought the bulk of these territories under Israeli control, rekindled traditional sentiments for the reestablishment of Jewish sovereignty in all these territories. These sentiments became a powerful political force within Israel ...

Jewish Settler Violence: Deviance as Social Reaction 2004, Penn State University Press, University Park, PA

ISBN-13: 9780271026732

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