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Publisher: David Paul; 1 edition (February 24, 2014)
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Diaspora Jews are not any longer unified of their aid for Israel. Anger, aggression and verbal abuse among Jews has damaged out. Keith Kahn-Harris explores the factors of the conflicts and describes his personal efforts at clash solution
Analysing some of the groupings - left, correct, secular and spiritual, seasoned and anti-Zionist - in Britain and the us, he appears on the background of civility in society and examines the various tools utilized by foreign firms and teams inquisitive about constructing discussion inside of Jewish groups.
He describes, how utilizing those suggestions and with specialist support, he introduced jointly greater than seventy renowned different British Jews for a chain of encounters. He concludes that discussion and civility is feasible. yet without swap in behaviour there'll be severe outcomes for the Jewish groups of the world.
"A masterful and considerate research of a few of the latest positions of Jews and Israel advocates on Israel. This publication may well simply provide us the language, the insights – and the pause – for us to do whatever a bit extra brilliant, earlier than it’s, stupidly, too past due. " Clive Lawton - major Jewish educator and co-foinder of Limmud
"I applaud Keith Kahn-Harris for having the braveness to envision this vexatious debate in his richly textured book." Gabrielle Rifkind - Oxford study Group's heart East clash solution professional
The courting among Anglo-Jewry and Israel is perilous, complicated terrain - and there are few greater put to navigate it than Keith Kahn-Harris." Jonathan Freedland, parent journalist
Dr Keith Kahn-Harris is a sociologist and author. he's co-author of 'Turbulent instances: The British Jewish neighborhood Today', the writer of 'Judaism: All That concerns' and the editor of the Jewish magazine of Sociology. a standard contributor of articles and experiences to The mum or dad. autonomous, New Statesman and Society, Jerusalem submit and Haaretz.