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Languages reveal boundaries of identity in Israel
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This book examines the every-day activities and interactions of a bilingual Arabic-Hebrew kindergarten in Jerusalem. Its focus is on the encounter of the two languages, which in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict reveal boundaries of ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds. A bibliographical review in which topics include analyses of language ownership, the debate on the traditional system of education in Israel, which is organized by languages of instruction, and the ethnographic work based on the observant participation suggest that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict exists also at the level of language.

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Portenoy Schlesinger, Juliana: Languages reveal...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 11/2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Languages reveal boundaries of identity in Israel, Titelzusatz: A bilingual Arabic-Hebrew kindergarten in Jerusalem, Autor: Portenoy Schlesinger, Juliana, Verlag: LAP Lambert Acad. Publ., Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Geisteswissenschaften allgemein, Seiten: 72, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 124 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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The Legal Framework for Prevention of Marine Po...
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The opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 made the Red Sea one of the most important shipping routes connecting Europe with East Asia and Australia. The closing of the canal after the 1967 Arab-Israeli War, the building of pipelines to the Mediterranean Sea, and the construction of supertankers too large for the canal diminished the sea's importance as a commercial artery, especially for petroleum. In 1975, however, the canal was reopened and enlarged, and traffic through the sea increased. Suez, Egypt, Elat, Israel, Aqaba, Jordan, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Hodeida, Yemen, Massawa, Eritrea, and Port Sudan, Sudan, are the main ports on the Red Sea and its northern arms. As Jordan's only marine outlet to the sea and as an important port for Israel and Egypt, the Gulf of Aqaba also serves as a significant waterway to the Middle East. In view of these characteristics, it is not unexpected that Egypt,Jordan and Israel start realizing the fact that sea pollution pays no attention to political boundaries - This whats the author is willing to conclude-.

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The Legal Framework for Prevention of Marine Po...
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The opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 made the Red Sea one of the most important shipping routes connecting Europe with East Asia and Australia. The closing of the canal after the 1967 Arab-Israeli War, the building of pipelines to the Mediterranean Sea, and the construction of supertankers too large for the canal diminished the sea's importance as a commercial artery, especially for petroleum. In 1975, however, the canal was reopened and enlarged, and traffic through the sea increased. Suez, Egypt, Elat, Israel, Aqaba, Jordan, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Hodeida, Yemen, Massawa, Eritrea, and Port Sudan, Sudan, are the main ports on the Red Sea and its northern arms. As Jordan's only marine outlet to the sea and as an important port for Israel and Egypt, the Gulf of Aqaba also serves as a significant waterway to the Middle East. In view of these characteristics, it is not unexpected that Egypt,Jordan and Israel start realizing the fact that sea pollution pays no attention to political boundaries - This whats the author is willing to conclude-.

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Jerusalem Law
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Jerusalem Law is a common name of Basic Law: Jerusalem, Capital of Israel passed by the Knesset on July 30, 1980 (17th Av, 5740). It began as a private member''s bill proposed by Geula Cohen, whose original text stated that "the integrity and unity of greater Jerusalem (Yerushalayim rabati) in its boundaries after the Six-Day War shall not be violated." However, this clause was dropped after the first reading in the Knesset. As the Knesset thus declined to specify boundaries and did not use the words "annexation" or "sovereignty", Ian Lustick writes that "The consensus of legal scholars is that this action added nothing to the legal or administrative circumstance of the city, although, especially at the time, its passage was considered to have political importance and sparked a vigorous protest reaction from the world community."

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Palestine
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Palestine (Greek: , Palaistin , Latin: Palaestina, Hebrew: , Ere Yisra'el, formerly also , Palestina, Arabic: Filas n, Falas n, Filis n) is a conventional name used, among others, to describe a geographic region between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River, and various adjoining lands.As a geographical term, Palestine can also refer to 'ancient Palestine,' an area that includes contemporary Israel and the Palestinian territories, as well as part of Jordan, and some of both Lebanon and Syria.[1] In classical or contemporary terms, it can refer to the area within the boundaries of what was once British Mandate Palestine (1920 1948), an area which included Transjordan.[2] The term Land of Israel is used to refer to the same geographic region, both narrowly or broadly defined, by Israelis, Jews, and Christian Zionists, among others. Other terms for the same area include Canaan, and the Holy Land

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Jerusalem Law
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Jerusalem Law is a common name of Basic Law: Jerusalem, Capital of Israel passed by the Knesset on July 30, 1980 (17th Av, 5740). It began as a private member''s bill proposed by Geula Cohen, whose original text stated that "the integrity and unity of greater Jerusalem (Yerushalayim rabati) in its boundaries after the Six-Day War shall not be violated." However, this clause was dropped after the first reading in the Knesset. As the Knesset thus declined to specify boundaries and did not use the words "annexation" or "sovereignty", Ian Lustick writes that "The consensus of legal scholars is that this action added nothing to the legal or administrative circumstance of the city, although, especially at the time, its passage was considered to have political importance and sparked a vigorous protest reaction from the world community."

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Palestine
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Palestine (Greek: , Palaistin , Latin: Palaestina, Hebrew: , Ere Yisra'el, formerly also , Palestina, Arabic: Filas n, Falas n, Filis n) is a conventional name used, among others, to describe a geographic region between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River, and various adjoining lands.As a geographical term, Palestine can also refer to 'ancient Palestine,' an area that includes contemporary Israel and the Palestinian territories, as well as part of Jordan, and some of both Lebanon and Syria.[1] In classical or contemporary terms, it can refer to the area within the boundaries of what was once British Mandate Palestine (1920 1948), an area which included Transjordan.[2] The term Land of Israel is used to refer to the same geographic region, both narrowly or broadly defined, by Israelis, Jews, and Christian Zionists, among others. Other terms for the same area include Canaan, and the Holy Land

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Challenging the boundaries of Identity: One sta...
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In a globalised and interrelated world, why are identities still that important? How can they become the cause of gross human rights violations? Are they suitable of changes and deconstruction? And, finally, can the analysis of such identities be useful in understanding and solving such a protracted conflict as the Israeli/Palestinian one? Keeping these questions in mind, addressing the problem of conflict resolution in divided societies, this work aims at shifting the attention on the identity issue in order to discuss the possibility of innovative and imaginative resolution. The analysis takes into account the complexity and plurality of the concept of identity and points out the central role of collective memories and hegemonic narratives in the construction of the "imagined communities". Furthermore, the discussion follows the possibility of "re-thinking" the Israeli/Palestinian issue, in an identity-centred perspective. Taking into account the relevance of the past constructions of the conflicting identities, the possibility of reshaping the Israeli national identity is explored, developing a pattern for the coexistence in a Israeli/Palestinian state.

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