My Israel Trail

Finding Peace in the Promised Land

Author: Aryeh Green

Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc.

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 304

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The Girl Who Stole My Holocaust

Author: Noam Chayut

Publisher: Verso

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Category: History

Page: 256

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Haunting, beautifully written and deeply moving memoir of a young Israeli soldier “She took from me the belief that absolute evil exists in this world, and the belief that I was avenging it and fighting against it. For that girl, I embodied absolute evil ... Since then I have been left without my Holocaust, and since then everything in my life has assumed a new meaning: belongingness is blurred, pride is lacking, belief is faltering, contrition is heightening, forgiveness is being born.” The Girl Who Stole My Holocaust is the deeply moving memoir of Chayut’s journey from eager Zionist conscript on the front line of Operation Defensive Shield to leading campaigner against the Israeli occupation. As he attempts to make sense of his own life as well as his place within the wider conflict around him, he slowly starts to question his soldier’s calling, Israel’s justifications for invasion, and the ever-present problem of historical victimhood. Noam Chayut’s exploration of a young soldier’s life is one of the most compelling memoirs to emerge from Israel for a long time.

The Politics of the Trail

Reflexive Mountain Biking Along the Frontier of Jerusalem

Author: Oded Lowenheim

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 248

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A history of conflict on display through a morning commute through Jerusalem

Narratives of Dissent

War in Contemporary Israeli Arts and Culture

Author: Rachel S. Harris

Publisher: Wayne State University Press

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 384

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The year 1978 marked Israel's entry into Lebanon, which led to the long-term military occupation of non-sovereign territory and the long, costly war in Lebanon. In the years that followed, many Israelis found themselves alienated from the idea that their country used force only when there was no alternative, and Israeli society eventually underwent a dramatic change in attitude toward militarization and the infallibility of the IDF (Israel Defense Forces). In Narratives of Dissent: War in Contemporary Israeli Arts and Culture editors Rachel S. Harris and Ranen Omer-Sherman collect nineteen essays that examine the impact of this cultural shift on Israeli visual art, music, literature, poetry, film, theatre, public broadcasting, and commemoration practices after 1978. Divided into three thematic sections-Private and Public Spaces of Commemoration and Mourning, Poetry and Prose, and Cinema and Stage-this collection presents an exciting diversity of experiences, cultural interests, and disciplinary perspectives. From the earliest wartime writings of S. Yizhar to the global phenomenon of films such as Beaufort, Waltz with Bashir, and Lebanon, the Israeli artist's imaginative and critical engagement with war and occupation has been informed by the catalysts of mourning, pain, and loss, often accompanied by a biting sense of irony. This book highlights many of the aesthetic narratives that have wielded the most profound impact on Israeli culture in the present day. These works address both incremental and radical changes in individual and collective consciousness that have spread through Israeli culture in response to the persistent affliction of war. No other such volume exists in Hebrew or English. Students and teachers of Israeli studies will appreciate Narratives of Dissent.

Israel National Trail

Hike the Land of Israel

Author: Jacob Saar

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 184

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The Israel national trail is one of the most exciting hikes in the world, expanding over 1000 kilometers from the north to the south of Israel. You can hike its' entire length, or just selected sections of your choice. It is the ultimate Israeli hiking experience, and you can do it easily with the guide that simply has all you need. This full and comprehensive guide includes 55 topographical maps (1:50,000) and 7 road maps (1:250,000). All the maps are in English. The guide offers a full description of the hike on the Israel national trail in both northbound and southbound directions and the hiking profile - distance and height above or below sea level. The maps along with a day-by-day trail descriptions and tips make this guide your one-stop shop and all you need to hike the Israel National Trail. The guide is suitable for experienced hikers as well as families and individuals looking to explore Israel in a whole new and exciting way. We have provided in the guide links to important information available for a free download: How to cache water in the desert, contact information of people in the Negev desert who will cache water for you, a list of trail angels, transportation from the airport to the trailhead in Dan or in Eilat and much more.QR code for trail changes with maps.Recommended INT alternate routes.Description and maps (1:15,000) of the Jerusalem Trail.The best 25 day-hikes in Israel.

Love at First Hike

A Memoir About Love and Triumph on the Appalachian Trail

Author: Michelle Pugh

Publisher: Stackpole Books

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 304

View: 385

When recent graduate Michelle Pugh sets out to fulfill a childhood dream of hiking the A.T. from start to finish, she enjoys the bliss of being surrounded by nature, the peacefulness of small trail towns, and the companionship of fellow hikers.

Israeli Backpackers

From Tourism to Rite of Passage

Author: Chaim Noy

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 268

View: 395

Examines the backpacking trip usually taken by Israeli youth following military service.

Life in Biblical Israel

Author: Philip J. King

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

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Category: Religion

Page: 440

View: 256

A special edition of the Library of Ancient Israel is based on the latest research to provide an in-depth presentation of the land in ancient times from its domestic life and cultural traditions to its religious practices, in a volume complemented by more than 175 illustrations and photographs.

Hike the Land of Israel

A Complete Guide to the Israel National Trail

Author: Jacob Saar

Publisher: Eshkol Pub

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 278

View: 966

the vital messages of the stories, we must go beyond a simple translation of the text and