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This is the second of the new document collections available as part of the multi-part set Minorities in the Middle East. In these four volumes the selection of documents combines to give an overview of the interplay within and between the different faiths existing in Jerusalem. These 2400 pages contain documents exploring the treatment and position of the diverse religious minorities within Jerusalem and more generally in Israel after 1948. Historically, relations between Muslims and non-Muslims have varied according to political events. Within the confines of Jerusalem and its environs the many different claims of the main faiths of Islam, Judaism and Christianity to parts of the city have exacerbated the effects of the political climate. Furthermore, struggles for rights to minority worship within the state have been diverted as rivalries between churches, particularly within the Christian church, have divided congregations.Read more
- Treatment of ethnic minorities is at the forefront of current political discussion, this provides historical primary source documents
- Includes collections of key documents from British archive sources
- Previously unknown or fragmented material now available in a coherent collection
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- Date Published: June 2019
- format: Multiple copy pack
- isbn: 9781788067003
- dimensions: 282 x 190 x 235 mm
- weight: 4.82kg
- availability: Temporarily unavailable - available from TBC
Table of Contents
Volume 1. 1843–1918
Volume 2. 1919–1954
Volume 3. 1954–1967
Volume 4. 1968–1974.
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