Begegnungen In Vergangenheit Und Gegenwart

Author: Claudia Rammelt
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 3643130708
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Having been cut off from most of the Christian communities in east Jerusalem
and the West Bank between 1948 and 1967, the Church of Scotland in Israel did
not find it straightforward to identify its role in the country in these years: it could
not leave since there was no indigenous Presbyterian church that could take on
the institutions it owned, but equally it was not always sure what its role was in
staying. After 1967, the local Christian communities in the Occupied Territories
were more ...

Cross On The Star Of David

Author: Uri Bialer
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253111487
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Cross on the Star of David presents the first scholarly analysis, based on newly declassified documents, of Israeli policymaking on this issue.

Arab Evangelicals In Israel

Author: Azar Ajaj
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1498279511
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ÖR 1 (1982) 16–31. Tsimhoni, Daphne. “The greek Orthodox community in
Jerusalem and the West bank, 1948–1978: A Profile of a religious Minority in a
national state.” Orient 23:2 (1982) 281–98. Zander, W. “Jurisdiction and Holiness:
reflections on the coptic-Ethiopian case.” Israel Law Review 17 (1982). Danilov,
stavro. “Dilemmas of Jerusalem's christians.” Middle East Review 13 (1981).
Tsimhoni, Daphne. “The christian communities in Jerusalem and the West bank,

Protecting Jerusalem S Holy Sites

Author: David E. Guinn
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139459120
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Daphne Tsimhoni, Christian Communities in Jerusalem and the West Bank since
1948 (1993). Donald E. Wagner, Dying in the ... Ghada Karmi, Jerusalem: A City
of All Its Citizens, Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, at http://www.ccasonline
.org/symposium/ karmi.htm (last visited June 7, 2004). Y. Ariel Malachi, The
American ... Yitzhak Reiter, Organizing Muslim Religious Affairs in Jerusalem (
1967–2001), in The Old City 177 (Ruth Lapidoth ed., 2002). Maria J. Stephan,
People ...

The Future Of Religious Minorities In The Middle East

Author: John Eibner
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 1498561977
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... mouthpiece of Jaffa's Greek Orthodox Christian community. Falastin may
certainly be credited with having “shaped” Arab “Palestinian” identity over the
course of fifty-five years, specially toward the end of the British Mandate period.
With the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, Falastin moved its
headquarters from the Ajami quarter of Jaffa to East Jerusalem, placing it under
the Hashemites' jurisdiction when the West Bank came under Jordanian rule
between 1948 and 1967.

Radical Christianity In Palestine And Israel

Author: Samuel J. Kuruvilla
Publisher: I.B.Tauris
ISBN: 1848855516
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Smith, Christian. 'Las Casas as Theological Counteroffensive: An Interpretation of
Gustavo Gutiérrez's Las Casas: In Search of the Poor of Jesus Christ.' Journal for
the Scientific Study of Religion, 41(1), 2002, 69–73. Tsimhoni, Daphne. 'The
Greek Orthodox Community in Jerusalem and the West Bank 1948–1978: A
Profile of Religious Minority in a National State.' Orient, 23(2), 281–298. Tsimhoni
, Daphne. 'The Christian Communities in Jerusalem and the West Bank, 1948

Christian Attitudes Towards The State Of Israel

Author: Paul Charles Merkley
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 9780773521889
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But through natural increase, Christians have maintained their place in the whole
popluation equation: in 1948 Christians made up 2.9 percent of the whole (34,
ooo in a total population of 1.2 million); in late 1995 there were 16o,ooo ... of a
total population of 6 million.9 One circumstance that helps to explain the
perception that so many tourists have of a Christian community declining under
Israeli rule is that the longest stop on their tour is likely to be in the Old City of

The Christian Communities Of Jerusalem And The Holy Land

Author: Anthony O'Mahony
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99 Michael Dumper, 'Church-state relations in Jerusalem since 1948', in O'
Mahony, Gunner and Hintlian (eds), Christian Heritage in the Holy Land, 266-87;
and 'Faith and statecraft: church-state relations in Jerusalem after 1948', in A. O'
Mahoney (ed.), Palestinian Christians: Religion, Politics and Society in the Holy
Land, 56-81; The Politics of Jerusalem since 1967 (New York, 1997), 160-206.
: ...

The Palestinian Diaspora

Author: Helena Lindholm Schulz
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134496699
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During the Jordanian era (1949–67) the economic situation in East Jerusalem
deteriorated, affecting the Christian community constituting the urban middle
class in negative ways, leading to considerable migration. Between 1944 and
1961 the ... Although the nakba and the naksa of 1948 and 1967, respectively,
are behind the Palestinian exodus(es) in a general sense, for individual people
and families there are also more immediate causes behind migration and