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Israel w/ Ophir
Near Eastern Studies 349R; BYU-Jerusaelm
|Ecclesia and Synagoga
|Persecution in Spain, Inquisition
|Jewish legal status pre and post
|"Frenchmen of the Mosaic persuasion"
|"Be a man on the street and a Jew in your tent"
|"Jews should be denied everything as a nation, but granted everything as individuals"
|Concentration & Extermination Campls
|Old and New
|Der Judenstaat (The Jewish State)
|Altneuland (The Old-New Land)
|World Zionist Organization
|World Zionist Congress
|Partition Plan 1947
|Economic Absorption Capacity
|Outcomes of the War in 1948
|Outcomes of the War in 1967
|(assembly) Israeli Legislature, uni-cameral (one body) with 120 members (symbolically, 10 from each of the 12 tribes) that make up one district for entire country with proportional representation.
|Coalition Government (Coalition Politics)
|A coalition government is a cabinet of a parliamentary government in which several political parties cooperate, reducing the dominance of any one party within that coalition. No party on its own can achieve a majority in the parliament.
|Key component of Israel's constitutional law. Deal with the formation and role of the principal state's institutions, the relations between the state's authorities, and civil rights. They are used on a daily basis by the courts as a formal constitution.
|High Court of Justice
|Supreme Court of Israel. HCoJ rules as a court of first instance, primarily in matters regarding the legality of decisions of State authorities: Government decisions, those of local authorities, and direct challenges to the constitutionality of laws.
|A peace process aimed at a peace-treaty to fulfil the "right of the Palestinian people to self-determination". Includes Oslo Accords, resulting in the recognition by Israel of the PLO as the representative of Palestinians and as partner in negotiations.
|New Zionist Organization
|Revisionist Zionist party founded by Jabotinsky to conduct independent political activity for free immigration and the establishment of a Jewish State. Not to be confused with the Zionist Organization, from which Jabotinsky left.
|Revisionist Zionism. Jabotinsky established the Revisionist Zionist Alliance, which advocated a revision of the principles of Political Zionism. Their principal aim was to change Chaim Weizmann's moderate policies toward the British Mandatory regime.
|Vladimir Ze'ev Jabotinsky
|(1880 Russia-1940 NYC); a Revisionist Zionist leader, author, poet, orator, soldier, and founder of the Jewish Self-Defense Organization in Odessa.