Verhangnisvolle Scham Israels Politik und das Schweigen der Christen

رقم التسجيلة 4143
نوع المادة book
ردمك 9783579066844
رقم الطلب

BR 1110 .B67

شخص Raheb, Mitri
Braverman, Mark
Schellenberger, Bernardin

العنوان Verhangnisvolle Scham Israels Politik und das Schweigen der Christen
بيانات النشر Gutersloh: Gutersloher Verlagshaus, 2011.
الوصف المادي 335. p
المحتويات / النص

- Teil 1: den bann brechen - Teil 2: jenseits von suhne - Teil 3: Jensei9te von interreligiositat


Can you criticize Israel without being anti-Semitic? - A prophetic voice in Jewish intractable conflict over Palestine - A revealing book - provocative and outrageous Mark Braverman grew up in a traditional Jewish home in the United States. As a Jew, he has strong family and emotional ties to the Holy Land. But more often he visited the country and he sees what is happening there, the greater his doubts: Why Israel is doing what it does? It has a right to do? And why does the Israeli government as little contradiction in the world? In this book, Braverman from the answers that he has found to his questions. He questioned the motives that fuel the conflict, and discovered they shared in the disastrous history of Jews and Christians. With passion and more accurate analysis shows Braverman, chauvinism and shame as deepen the conflict in Palestine and Israel only lead to disaster. Is there a way? Maybe. If Jews and Christians reflect on their shared prophetic traditions of justice, new ways are conceivable.

المواضيع Christianity - Palestine