Historical biblical characters demonstrated "signs" to emulate for successful living in spite of our shortcomings and inadequacies. Learn the principles and practices and be successful in life.
Although the Israeli state subscribes to the principles of administrative fairness and equality for Jews and Arabs before the law, the reality looks very different. Focusing on Arab land loss inside Israel proper and the struggle over development resources, this study explores the interaction between Arab local authorities, their Jewish neighbors, and the agencies of the national government in regard to developing local and regional industrial areas. The author avoids reduction to simple models of binary domination, revealing instead a complex, multi-dimensional field of relations and ever-shifting lines of political maneuver and confrontation. He examines the prevailing concept of ethnic traditionalism and argues that the image of Arab traditionalism erects imaginary boundaries around the Arab localities, making government incursion disappear from view, while underpinning and rationalizing the exclusion of the Arab towns from development planning. Moreover, he shows how images of environmental protection mesh with and support such exclusion. The study includes a chronology of events, tables, maps, and photographs.
This revised paperback edition with a new epilogue brings accounts of Arab land loss and struggles for economic development up to date. The author also deals with the challenges of life and research in Israel and examines the possibilities of sharing the land as the homeland of both Jews and Palestinians.
This book is full of clear notes to help you prepare for your higher level GCSE English Language AQA 'Spoken Language' course. It's packed with worked examples and practice questions to help you get to grips with all the important bits. There's also a section on how to do well in your coursework with loads of sample answers to help you get the top marks. It's easy to read and revise from - everything's explained simply in CGP's chatty, straightforward style.
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