Jews, like everyone else, have multiple identities and Israel is only one aspect of Jewish identity that has to compete and coexist with many other Jewish and non-Jewish factors. This book explores what it is about Israel that resonates or not with Diaspora Jews, leading them to place Israel above, alongside or below competing or complementary considerations in their identity.
|Title of host publication||Israel, the Diaspora and Jewish Identity|
|Editors||Danny Ben-Moshe, Zohar Segev|
|Place of Publication||UK|
|Publisher||Sussex Academic Press|
|Pages||105 - 118|
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
Mendes, P. (2007). The Jewish Left, Jewish identity, Zionism and Israel: attitudes to the Palestinian intifada, 2000-2005. In D. Ben-Moshe, & Z. Segev (Eds.), Israel, the Diaspora and Jewish Identity (1st ed., pp. 105 - 118). UK: Sussex Academic Press.