By Marshall J. Breger,Yitzhak Reiter,Leonard Hammer
This publication addresses the main turbines of clash and toleration at shared holy areas in Palestine and Israel. studying the spiritual, political and criminal matters, the authors express how the holy websites were a spotlight of either clash and cooperation among assorted communities.
Bringing jointly the perspectives of a various staff of specialists at the area, Holy areas within the Israeli-Palestinian clash presents a brand new and multifaceted method of holy locations, giving an in-depth research of appropriate matters. issues coated contain criminal rules of holy areas; nationalization and replica of holy area; sharing and contesting holy areas; identification politics; and renowned legends of holy websites. Chapters conceal intimately how attractiveness and authorization of a brand new web site happen; the impression of non secular trust as opposed to political ideology at the designation of holy areas; the centrality of such parts to the encircling political advancements; and the way ancient history and tradition impact the belief of a holy website and kin among conflicting groups.
This new method of the learn of holy locations and the Israeli-Palestinian clash has nice importance for a number of disciplines, and may be of significant curiosity within the fields of legislations, politics, non secular reports, anthropology and sociology.
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Holy Places in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Confrontation and Co-existence (Routledge Studies in Middle Eastern Politics) by Marshall J. Breger,Yitzhak Reiter,Leonard Hammer