Israel: Then and Now. Vintage Spiral Bound Book. | eBayOver the centuries, countless stories have been told about Jerusalem , a city holy to three Abrahamic faiths and one that is mentioned in the Bible no fewer than times. A comprehensive overview of the history of Jerusalem, this non-fiction book features gripping narrative and looks at previously unpublished archival materials. From the time of King David to the Crusades, from the Mamluks to the Ottomans, from the birth of Zionism to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Montefiore weaves a compelling tale that showcases the role Jerusalem has played throughout history and how it has been at the heart of countless power struggles and wars. Many chapters home in on the lives of the famous and infamous men and women who came to define pivotal moments in the Holy City, like the Herods, Saladin, Suleiman the Magnificent and Melisende. Jerusalem: The Biography makes for anything but a dry historical account and is a book you can read again and again. He witnessed first-hand the social and political upheaval that surrounded the establishment of the state of Israel in and the subsequent Arab-Israeli war, which saw the city divided between Israel and Jordan. A Tale of Love and Darkness describes Jerusalem during these periods and paints a compelling portrait of its Jewish, Muslim and Christian people affected by the changing times.
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Translating his personal feelings through a camera lens, Arie Bar Lev's photography provides a unique insight into the rise and growth of the State of Israel. Embodied by a pioneering spirit, Israel has flourished into a formidable cultural and technological hub. As the personification of that spirit, Bar Lev, in over fifty years of photography, shows that determination can cultivate beauty out of an arid wasteland. Bar Lev's work confronts changes in immigration, education, healthcare, and military capability, which reflects Israel's conscious effort to forge a cohesive nation. Sde Boker is best known for being home to Israel's first Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion, from the time he resigned from office in until his death in
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