The Complete Idiot's Guide to Jerusalem

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Penguin, 2004 - 320 Seiten
An ancient city rich with history, tradition, and bloody conflict.

From Biblical times to the present day, this comprehensive guide traces the turbulent history of the city considered sacred by the world's three major monotheistic religions.

? Completely up-to-date, reflecting the continuing conflict between the Palestinians and Israelis, and the role the U.S. has in securing a lasting peace between Jews and Muslims
? Israeli/Palestinian conflict is in the news daily
 

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Inhalt

I
1
Contents
3
Heavenly Realstate
5
The Old City of the Jews
17
The Israeli Governments Official Claim to the Old City
24
Remains of Homes of the Rich and Powerful
26
The Christian Old City
31
II
37
Next Year in Jerusalem
119
Part3 Next Wearin Jerusalem
121
An Unruly Place
133
Jews Read a British White Paper and See Red
139
Exodus
143
Say Hello to the Deadly Dreamers
146
Israel
155
21
166

Three Men Who Did Some Important Poking Around
39
The Christian shrines including the traditional route of jesus
43
Museum of Islamic Art
50
The Secular City
57
The Knesset
64
Standing on Gods Mountain
71
Birthplace of Christianity
85
Hard Times Hitlerusalem Again
92
Whats in a Name?
98
A European City
107
Capital City
169
aught in the Middle
195
The People Want to See Change
204
Aſale of Four ities 21 5
247
Escalation Comprehensiveness and Mobilization
253
The Personal and Economic Costs to Palestinians
260
life as a ChristianinJerusalem
267
Life in an International City
279
Appendixes
289
Urheberrecht

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Über den Autor (2004)

H. Paul Jeffers has published over 50 works of fiction and nonfiction. A 30-year veteran broadcast journalist, he has worked as a TV news producer and reporter in Boston and a producer/writer/editor for the ABC and NBC radio networks (1964-1988), and is the only person to hold the position of news director at both of New York City's all-news radio stations.

He appears regularly as a commentator on the Fox News channel.

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