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Israeli historiography is under assault by "new historians" exposing "Zionist narrative". This text takes issue with these "revisionists", arguing that they have ignored or misinterpreted much documentation in developing their analysis of Israel's history. To establish his case, Karsh digs deeply into the documentary record, even going so far as to interpret crossed-out sections in Ben-Gurion's handwritten letters.

Flipping through the book's pages, written in a clear, lively, illustrative style, one can't help but wonder why an Israeli writer didn't write this biography of our capital city first. Sometimes it seems as if Jerusalem is more popular among people who don't live there. Sebag Montefiore, 46, carries the family name of the famous philanthropist Sir Moses Montefiore, who nearly single-handedly directed the settling of Jews outside the walls of Jerusalem. He also constructed Jerusalem's iconic Montefiore Windmill and established the neighborhood of Yemin Moshe in While Sebag Montefiore is not a direct descendent of the philanthropist, he said his book was a project based both on his own private contribution to Jerusalem as well as the legacy of his name.

A Hebrew translation will be released next year. But why did Sebag Montefiore call the book a biography? And why did he prefer to write the biography of a city rather than a person? The answer, apparently, is because Jerusalem is not just any city. It is a city that has seen division and war ever since the days of King David. The fascination with Jerusalem extends far beyond Israel. That project sent him to Jerusalem once a month for interviews and taping, so much so that I have visited places in Jerusalem that I was told were visited by Sebag Montefiore and his team, as well.

Although we don't know yet what conclusions the political slant of the BBC documentary, it seems that Sebag Montefiore will not recommend that Jerusalem remain undivided under Israeli control. In his book, however, he has kind words for the Israelis, saying that only under Israeli control of Jerusalem, since , has the city seen true freedom of religion.

Jerusalem, he writes in his book, has a strategic value, and not just for our region. It's the battleground of Western secularism versus fundamental Islam. Cari lettori di IC, non stupitevi se dedichiamo una pagina ad un libro che, apparentemente, non c'entra nulla con la nostra ragione sociale. Noi che ci battiamo da sempre contro il monopolio della sinistra nella disinformazione sistematica degli avvenimenti mediorientali, la corazzata di RAI 3 in prima fila, diciamo grazie a Giampaolo Pansa per aver raccontato con tanta precisione quella cricca che, praticamente indisturbata, governa la maggior parte dei media.

Radical Islam has long desired to seize Jerusalem and cut it off to Christian and Jewish believers. In his revealing book, "The Fight for Jerusalem", bestselling author and former Israeli ambassador to the United Nations Dore Gold explains why the battle for Jerusalem is intensifying today.

Gold shows why only Israel can preserve its holy places for Christians, Jews, and even Muslims, and why uncovering Jerusalem's past - and the truth of biblical history - can be the key to saving its future.

Comprehensive and cogent, this book may be a helpful resource to anyone interested in the historical and theological antecedents to today's political quagmire. I numeri telefonici delle redazioni dei principali telegiornali italiani.

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Israeli historiography is under assault by "new historians" exposing "Zionist narrative". This text takes issue with these "revisionists", arguing that they have ignored or misinterpreted much documentation in developing their analysis of Israel's history. To establish his case, Karsh digs deeply into the documentary record, even going so far as to interpret crossed-out sections in Ben-Gurion's handwritten letters. Flipping through the book's pages, written in a clear, lively, illustrative style, one can't help but wonder why an Israeli writer didn't write this biography of our capital city first. Sometimes it seems as if Jerusalem is more popular among people who don't live there. Sebag Montefiore, 46, carries the family name of the famous philanthropist Sir Moses Montefiore, who nearly single-handedly directed the settling of Jews outside the walls of Jerusalem. He also constructed Jerusalem's iconic Montefiore Windmill and established the neighborhood of Yemin Moshe in

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The Meeting wants to reopen the game that pertains to the possibility of a certainty, the possibility of knowledge of self and of the world. From the castle of Aquila to the Rimini Museum: this is the journey of the beautiful Madonnas from Abruzzo salvaged during the earthquake and offered now to the greater audience. There are about twenty important polychrome sculptures and painted tablets, created by skilled masters from Abruzzo between the end of the XII and the first half of the XIV centuries, which, after having being recovered by firefighters and after the first intervention from the personnel of the Superintendency and the teams of volunteers, have been restored and exhibited in the suggestive rooms of the Piccolomini Castle of Celano, an important bastion of the Marsica region of Abruzzo. Presenting these Medieval Madonnas, struck by the violence of nature like the land of Abruzzo, at the XXXII edition of the Meeting represents an important sign of hope for a cultural patrimony that is waiting to be completely returned to public fruition in its historical locations.

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