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Renaming Abraham's Children
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In this study, Robert B. Foster explores the intersection between the interpretation of Scripture and the construction of communal identities. He argues that in Rom 9, Paul applies prophetic texts from Malachi, Hosea, and Isaiah to the story of Abraham´s children in Genesis. These interpretive maneuvers enable Paul to extrapolate from the patriarchal narratives a specific construal of election: it is the ironic privilege of being simultaneously God´s chosen and rejected people. This understanding of election he in turn applies to Gentile Christ-followers, the remnant, and all Israel in order to build for them an all-encompassing yet differentiated Abrahamic identity for the messianic age.

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Figurations of Violence and Belonging
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This book offers a critical analysis of the complex relationship between violence and belonging, by exploring the ways sexual, ethnic or national belonging can work through, rather than against, violence. Based on an ethnographic study of Russian-speaking, queer immigrants in Israel/Palestine and in cyberspace, it gives an insight into the world of hate speech and fantasies of torture and sexual abuse, of tormented subjectivities and uncanny homes, of ghostly hauntings from the past and anxieties about the present and future. The author raises questions about the responsibilities of national homemaking, the complicity of queerness within violent regimes of colonialism and war, and the ambivalence of immigrant belonging at the intersection of marginality and privilege. Drawing from scholarship on migration, diaspora and race studies, feminist and queer theory, psychoanalysis and studies on cyberculture, the book traces the interplay between the different forms of violence - physical and verbal, social and psychic, material and discursive - and offers novel insights into the analysis of nationalism, on-line sociality and queer migranthood.

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Figurations of Violence and Belonging
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This book offers a critical analysis of the complex relationship between violence and belonging, by exploring the ways sexual, ethnic or national belonging can work through, rather than against, violence. Based on an ethnographic study of Russian-speaking, queer immigrants in Israel/Palestine and in cyberspace, it gives an insight into the world of hate speech and fantasies of torture and sexual abuse, of tormented subjectivities and uncanny homes, of ghostly hauntings from the past and anxieties about the present and future. The author raises questions about the responsibilities of national homemaking, the complicity of queerness within violent regimes of colonialism and war, and the ambivalence of immigrant belonging at the intersection of marginality and privilege. Drawing from scholarship on migration, diaspora and race studies, feminist and queer theory, psychoanalysis and studies on cyberculture, the book traces the interplay between the different forms of violence - physical and verbal, social and psychic, material and discursive - and offers novel insights into the analysis of nationalism, on-line sociality and queer migranthood.

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A Privilege to Die
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A Privilege to Die ab 10.55 € als epub eBook: Inside Hezbollah's Legions and Their Endless War Against Israel. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Politikwissenschaft,

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Epistle of James: A Relevant, Life-Changing, an...
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Have you found it difficult to study the Bible and live like Jesus? Have you been frustrated because you want to follow Christ, but you may not have the practical guidance how to do so? Do you want to get excited to read and study God’s word?   Whether you’re a new Christian, or a long-time follower of Christ, the In His Presence Devotional series will give you clear ways to walk with Jesus while equipping you to read and study the Bible effectively in a fresh way that is easy to understand.   God has given me the privilege of not only studying in Israel, Peru, and the United States to earn my B.A. in Biblical Studies with a specialization in Apologetics, but to also serve as a pastor where I have seen God change many lives.   The truth you will receive in this book will improve all areas of your life; spiritual, mental, physical, and even financial. If you want to experience excitement for God and His word today then I urge you to stop waiting. Don’t live another moment missing this opportunity. It’s time to get started by taking the 30-Day In His Presence Challenge. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sean Arviso. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/135540/bk_acx0_135540_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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A Privilege to Die
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A Privilege to Die ab 10.55 EURO Inside Hezbollah's Legions and Their Endless War Against Israel

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Frank Maria
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The Frank Maria papers, all 100 linear feet of it which I first saw with amazement at his Pumpkin Hill residence in 2002, is literally a treasure trove of historical information on the Arab American experience of the mid-late 20th Century. It reflects the energetic life of someone who was passionately devoted to increasing understanding about the Arab world and promoting peace and stability in that part of the world and beyond. As one of the nation's leading spokespersons from an Arab American perspective and as an activist in numerous organizations, Maria's papers contain some of the richest documentation available anywhere for studying the dynamic evolution of the Arab American community. It is a privilege, on behalf of the Immigration History Research Center, to serve as stewards of this exceptional resource material. Joel Wurl, Curator and Assistant Director, Immigration Research History Center, University of Minnesota If you want to understand the history of American foreign policy related to the creation and maintenance of Israel in defiance of the rights of the indigenous Palestinians, read this book. Seen through the life and work of Dr. Fank Maria whose tireless efforts for justice in the Middle East are legion, the book provides untold details of U.S. involvement with Israel found in no other account. Always a meticulous preserver of documents, letters, meeting notes, etc., the life of Frank Maria chronicles one of the most important developments in World history. Elaine Hagopian, Professor Emerita of Sociology, Simmons College

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Citizen Strangers: Palestinians and the Birth o...
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Following the 1948 war and the creation of the state of Israel, Palestinian Arabs comprised just fifteen percent of the population but held a much larger portion of its territory. Offered immediate suffrage rights and, in time, citizenship status, they nonetheless found their movement, employment, and civil rights restricted by a draconian military government put in place to facilitate the colonization of their lands. Citizen Strangers traces how Jewish leaders struggled to advance their historic settler project while forced by new international human rights norms to share political power with the very people they sought to uproot. For the next two decades Palestinians held a paradoxical status in Israel, as citizens of a formally liberal state and subjects of a colonial regime. Neither the state campaign to reduce the size of the Palestinian population nor the formulation of citizenship as a tool of collective exclusion could resolve the government's fundamental dilemma: how to bind indigenous Arab voters to the state while denying them access to its resources. More confounding was the tension between the opposing aspirations of Palestinian political activists. Was it the end of Jewish privilege they were after, or national independence along with the rest of their compatriots in exile? As Shira Robinson shows, these tensions in the state's foundation—between privilege and equality, separatism and inclusion—continue to haunt Israeli society today.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Chomsky Reader
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The Chomsky Reader brings together for the first time the political thought of American's leading dissident intellectual-'arguably the most important intellectual alive' (The New York Times). At the center of practically every major debate over America's role in the world, one finds Noam Chomsky's ideas-sometimes attacked, sometimes studiously ignored, but always a powerful presence. Drawing from his published and unpublished work, The Chomsky Reader reveals the awesome range of this ever-critical mind-from global questions of war and peace to the most intricate questions of human intelligence, IQ, and creativity. It reveals the underlying radical coherency of his view of the world-from his enormously influential attacks on America's role in Vietnam to his perspective on Nicaragua and Central America today. Chomsky's challenge to accepted wisdom about Israel and the Palestinians has caused a furor in America, as have his trenchant essays on the real nature of terrorism in our age. No one has dissected more graphically the character of the Cold War consensus and the way it benefits the two superpowers, or argued more thoughtfully for a shared elitist ethos in liberalism and communism. No one has exposed more logically America's acclaimed freedoms as masking irresponsible power and unjustified privilege, or argued quite so insistently that the 'free press' is part of a stultifying conformity that pervades all aspects of American intellectual life. In a lengthy interview with the editor, Chomsky discussed his thought in the context of his personal history.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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