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From Time Immemorial

From Time Immemorial Book
Author : Joan Peters
Publisher : J K A P Publications
Release : 1985
ISBN : 9780963624208
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This book is a study of the basic reasons for the Arab-Jewish feud and supports the author's thesis that the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Arabs who had lived in what became Israel in 1948 is not the reason for the conflict which has now been going on for years.

From Time Immemorial

From Time Immemorial Book
Author : Joan Peters
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1985
ISBN : 0987650XXX
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Dispels the myth that Arabs and Jews lived together peacefully in former days in the Arab countries and examines Jewish and Arab immigration patterns.

From Time Immemorial

From Time Immemorial Book
Author : Diane Silvey,Diana Mumford
Publisher : Gabriola, B.C. : Pacific Edge Pub.
Release : 1999-07-01
ISBN : 9781895110678
File Size : 38,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Download From Time Immemorial book written by Diane Silvey,Diana Mumford and published by Gabriola, B.C. : Pacific Edge Pub. with total hardcover pages 88 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

The Claim of Dispossession

The Claim of Dispossession Book
Author : Arieh L. Avneri
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2017-07-05
ISBN : 1351484982
File Size : 27,9 Mb
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This study of the Israeli-Arab conflict sheds new light on the historic background of the contemporary Palestinian problem. Unlike other books that treat the political issues of this confl ict, this volume traces the spread of Jewish settlements over the seventy year period before the establishment of the State of Israel, in order to see how it affected the existing Arab community's economy and its social and cultural institutions.

Since Time Immemorial

Since Time Immemorial Book
Author : Stephen McGregor,Kitigan Zibi Education Council
Publisher : Maniwaki, Québec : Kitigan Zibi Education Council
Release : 2004
ISBN : 9780973491012
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Download Since Time Immemorial book written by Stephen McGregor,Kitigan Zibi Education Council and published by Maniwaki, Québec : Kitigan Zibi Education Council with total hardcover pages 344 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

Time Immemorial

Time Immemorial Book
Author : William Adler
Publisher : Dumbarton Oaks Pub Service
Release : 1989
ISBN : 0987650XXX
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Download Time Immemorial book written by William Adler and published by Dumbarton Oaks Pub Service with total hardcover pages 263 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

Image and Reality of the Israel Palestine Conflict

Image and Reality of the Israel Palestine Conflict Book
Author : Norman G. Finkelstein
Publisher : Verso Books
Release : 2016-03-15
ISBN : 1784784583
File Size : 41,8 Mb
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This acclaimed study surveys the dominant popular and scholarly images of the Israel–Palestine conflict. Finkelstein opens with a theoretical discussion of Zionism, locating it as a romantic form of nationalism that assumed the bankruptcy of liberal democracy. He goes on to look at the demographic origins of the Palestinians, with particular reference to the work of Joan Peters, and develops critiques of the influential studies of both Benny Morris and Anita Shapira. Reviewing the diplomatic history with Aban Eban‘s oeuvre as his foil, Finkelstein closes by demonstrating that the casting of Israel as the innocent victim of Arab aggression in the June 1967 and October 1973 wars is not supported by the documentary record. This new edition critically reexamines dominant popular and scholarly images in the light of the current failures of the peace process.

From Time Immemorial

From Time Immemorial Book
Author : Richard J. Perry
Publisher : University of Texas Press
Release : 2010-01-01
ISBN : 0292774222
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An examination of the similar patterns inherent in state conquest and incorporation of indigenous peoples in North America, Australia, Asia, and Africa. Around the globe, people who have lived in a place “from time immemorial” have found themselves confronted by and ultimately incorporated within larger state systems. During more than three decades of anthropological study of groups ranging from the Apache to the indigenous peoples of Kenya, Richard J. Perry has sought to understand this incorporation process and, more importantly, to identify the factors that drive it. This broadly synthetic and highly readable book chronicles his findings. Perry delves into the relations between state systems and indigenous peoples in Canada, the United States, Mexico, and Australia. His explorations show how, despite differing historical circumstances, encounters between these state systems and native peoples generally followed a similar pattern: invasion, genocide, displacement, assimilation, and finally some measure of apparent self-determination for the indigenous people—which may, however, have its own pitfalls. After establishing this common pattern, Perry tackles the harder question—why does it happen this way? Defining the state as a nexus of competing interest groups, Perry offers persuasive evidence that competition for resources is the crucial factor in conflicts between indigenous peoples and the powerful constituencies that drive state policies. These findings shed new light on a historical phenomenon that is too often studied in isolated instances. This book will thus be important reading for everyone seeking to understand the new contours of our postcolonial world.

The Indigenous Voice in World Politics

The Indigenous Voice in World Politics Book
Author : Franke Wilmer
Publisher : SAGE
Release : 1993-09-10
ISBN : 0803953356
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The author examines how indigenous activists are cultivating international support for a programme of self-determination and legal protection, as well as how the indigenous voice in world politics is transforming civic discourse within the international community. With the United Nations designating 1993 as the `Year of Indigenous Peoples', this book could not be more timely.

The Day Approaching

The Day Approaching Book
Author : Amir Tsarfati
Publisher : Harvest House Publishers
Release : 2020-03-03
ISBN : 0736981055
File Size : 33,5 Mb
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Are You Noticing the Signs of the Times? In the Bible, Jesus spoke about the signs that would make it clear His return is near. What are those signs? And are they evident today? As a Jewish native Israeli who is a Christian, Amir Tsarfati has a distinct perspective that weaves biblical history, current events, and Bible prophecy together to shine light on the mysteries about the end times. From his vantage point in the Middle East and through careful Bible study, Amir points to evidence that informs us the return of the Lord is imminent. In The Day Approaching, you will learn… God’s plans for the world, Israel, the church, and you that the signs of Christ’s return are visible all around us about the smoke screen of deception that will lure people away from truth how even now God is revealing Himself to people and changing their hearts of the wonders that await us in Jesus’ future millennial kingdom As you seek hope and clarity about earth’s final days, let the Bible alone be the resource you turn to for answers.

The Last Hour

The Last Hour Book
Author : Amir Tsarfati
Publisher : Chosen Books
Release : 2018-09-04
ISBN : 1493415247
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Avoiding sensationalism and date-speculating, respected Bible teacher Amir Tsarfati uses his unique perspective as an Israeli Christian to lead you through a fascinating modern-day description of God's plan for the end of the world. Grounded from start to finish in Scripture, the book reveals how the Rapture, the imminent rise of the Antichrist, and the tragic horrors of the Great Tribulation will play out in our world today. He also helps you understand the roles--and fates--of Russia, Iran, Syria, Turkey, the European Union, the United States of America, and Israel in the end times, showing just how biblical prophecies are being fulfilled in our time. But above all, he offers hope that in the midst of chaos and horror, God is ultimately in control, and those who belong to him will be safe with him.

The Case for Israel

The Case for Israel Book
Author : Alan Dershowitz
Publisher : Wiley
Release : 2004-08-25
ISBN : 9780471679523
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The Case for Israel is an ardent defense of Israel's rights, supported by indisputable evidence. Presents a passionate look at what Israel's accusers and detractors are saying about this war-torn country. Dershowitz accuses those who attack Israel of international bigotry and backs up his argument with hard facts. Widely respected as a civil libertarian, legal educator, and defense attorney extraordinaire, Alan Dershowitz has also been a passionate though not uncritical supporter of Israel.

Scars of War Wounds of Peace

Scars of War  Wounds of Peace Book
Author : Shlomo Ben-Ami
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release : 2006-02-06
ISBN : 0199839042
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Former Israeli Foreign Minister Shlomo Ben-Ami was a key figure in the Camp David negotiations and many other rounds of peace talks, public and secret, with Palestinian and Arab officials. Here he offers an unflinching account of the Arab-Israeli conflict, informed by his firsthand knowledge of the major characters and events. Clear-eyed and unsparing, Ben-Ami traces the twists and turns of the Middle East conflict and gives us behind-the-scenes accounts of the meetings in Oslo, Madrid, and Camp David. The author paints particularly trenchant portraits of key figures from Ben-Gurion to Bill Clinton. He is highly critical of both Ariel Sharon and the late Yasser Arafat, seeing Arafat's rejection of Clinton's peace plan as a crime against the Palestinian people. The author is also critical of President Bush's Middle East policy, which he calls "a presumptuous grand strategy." Along the way, Ben-Ami highlights the many blunders on both sides, describing for instance how the great victory of the Six Day War launched many Israelis on a misbegotten "messianic" dream of controlling all the Biblical Jewish lands, which only served to make the Palestinian problem much worse. In contrast, it has only been when Israel has suffered setbacks that it has made moves towards peace. The best hope for the region, he concludes, is to create an international mandate in the Palestinian territories that would lead to the implementation of Clinton's two-state peace parameters. Scars of War, Wounds of Peace is a major work of history--with by far the most fair and balanced critique of Israel ever to come from one of its key officials. This paperback edition features a new Epilogue by the author featuring an analysis of the most recent events in the Israeli-Arab situation, from the disappearance of Ariel Sharon from public life to the emergence of Hamas and Israel's recent war against Hizballah. It is an absolute must-read for everyone who wants to understand the dynamics of the Arab-Israeli conflict.

Understanding Power

Understanding Power Book
Author : Noam Chomsky,Penguin Books India PVT, Limited
Publisher : Penguin Books India
Release : 2003-06
ISBN : 9780143029915
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In a series of enlightening and wide-ranging discussions, published here for the first time, the author radically reinterprets the events of the past three decades, covering topics from foreign policy during the Viet-nam war to the decline of the welfare under the Clinton administration. Characterized by Chomsky's accessible and informative style, this is the ideal book for those new to his work as well as those who have been listening for years.

The Indigenous Paleolithic of the Western Hemisphere

The Indigenous Paleolithic of the Western Hemisphere Book
Author : Paulette F. C. Steeves
Publisher : U of Nebraska Press
Release : 2021-07
ISBN : 1496225368
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The Indigenous Paleolithic of the Western Hemisphere is a reclaimed history of the deep past of Indigenous people in North and South America during the Paleolithic. Paulette F. C. Steeves mines evidence from archaeology sites and Paleolithic environments, landscapes, and mammalian and human migrations to make the case that people have been in the Western Hemisphere not only just prior to Clovis sites (10,200 years ago) but for more than 60,000 years, and likely more than 100,000 years. Steeves discusses the political history of American anthropology to focus on why pre-Clovis sites have been dismissed by the field for nearly a century. She explores supporting evidence from genetics and linguistic anthropology regarding First Peoples and time frames of early migrations. Additionally, she highlights the work and struggles faced by a small yet vibrant group of American and European archaeologists who have excavated and reported on numerous pre-Clovis archaeology sites. In this first book on Paleolithic archaeology of the Americas written from an Indigenous perspective, The Indigenous Paleolithic of the Western Hemisphere includes Indigenous oral traditions, archaeological evidence, and a critical and decolonizing discussion of the development of archaeology in the Americas.

To Be A Water Protector

To Be A Water Protector Book
Author : Winona LaDuke
Publisher : Fernwood Publishing
Release : 2020-12-01T00:00:00Z
ISBN : 1773634321
File Size : 36,5 Mb
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Winona LaDuke is a leader in cultural-based sustainable development strategies, renewable energy, sustainable food systems and Indigenous rights. Her new book, To Be a Water Protector: Rise of the Wiindigoo Slayers, is an expansive, provocative engagement with issues that have been central to her many years of activism. LaDuke honours Mother Earth and her teachings while detailing global, Indigenous-led opposition to the enslavement and exploitation of the land and water. She discusses several elements of a New Green Economy and outlines the lessons we can take from activists outside the US and Canada. In her unique way of storytelling, Winona LaDuke is inspiring, always a teacher and an utterly fearless activist, writer and speaker. Winona LaDuke is an Anishinaabekwe (Ojibwe) enrolled member of the Mississippi Band Anishinaabeg who lives and works on the White Earth Reservation in Northern Minnesota. She is executive director of Honor the Earth, a national Native advocacy and environmental organization. Her work at the White Earth Land Recovery Project spans thirty years of legal, policy and community development work, including the creation of one of the first tribal land trusts in the country. LaDuke has testified at the United Nations, US Congress and state hearings and is an expert witness on economics and the environment. She is the author of numerous acclaimed articles and books.

Servant Leadership and Moral Courage in Canadian Nursing

Servant Leadership and Moral Courage in Canadian Nursing Book
Author : Lawrence Onwuegbuchunam
Publisher : FriesenPress
Release : 2020-03-13
ISBN : 1525566873
File Size : 42,6 Mb
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This book explored the empirical works on servant leadership, and underscored the qualities of servant leadership such as: empathy, listening, awareness, healing, conceptualization, stewardship, persuasion, foresight, building community and commitment to the growth of people, as better aligned with the values of Canadian nursing practice among other leadership styles and theories. Although the origin of the phrase “servant leadership” was coined by Robert Greenleaf in 1977, it is a fundamental flaw not to mention that the qualities and values of servant leadership model have been in existence in nursing from time immemorial. The philosophy of servant leadership is not fundamentally and essentially both distant and distinct from what nurses do in their care of patients. Since servant leadership is grounded in ethical and moral principles, this book explored the practicality and the relevancy of servant leadership, as well as the role of moral courage in creating healthy workplace that could transform both Canadian nursing practice and Canadian healthcare system.

Indelible City

Indelible City Book
Author : Louisa Lim
Publisher : Penguin
Release : 2022-04-19
ISBN : 0593191838
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An award-winning journalist and longtime Hong Konger indelibly captures the place, its people, and the untold history they are claiming, just as it is being erased. The story of Hong Kong has long been dominated by competing myths: to Britain, a “barren rock” with no appreciable history; to China, a part of Chinese soil from time immemorial, at last returned to the ancestral fold. For decades, Hong Kong’s history was simply not taught, especially to Hong Kongers, obscuring its origins as a place of refuge and rebellion. When protests erupted in 2019 and were met with escalating suppression from Beijing, Louisa Lim—raised in Hong Kong as a half-Chinese, half-English child, and now a reporter who has covered the region for nearly two decades—realized that she was uniquely positioned to unearth the city’s untold stories. Lim’s deeply researched and personal account casts startling new light on key moments: the British takeover in 1842, the negotiations over the 1997 return to China, and the future Beijing seeks to impose. Indelible City features guerrilla calligraphers, amateur historians and archaeologists, and others who, like Lim, aim to put Hong Kongers at the center of their own story. Wending through it all is the King of Kowloon, whose iconic street art both embodied and inspired the identity of Hong Kong—a site of disappearance and reappearance, power and powerlessness, loss and reclamation.

There Is Life After Death

There Is Life After Death Book
Author : Tom Harpur
Publisher :
Release : 2011-02-19
ISBN : 0887628346
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There is Life After Death is both illuminating and comforting in its message and conclusions — and goes a long way in putting to rest one of the last great taboos of our culture.

Protecting the Sacred Cycle

Protecting the Sacred Cycle Book
Author : Robina A. Thomas
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2018-05
ISBN : 9781926476209
File Size : 23,9 Mb
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"Xwulmuxw Slhunlheni (Indigenous Women) have, since time immemorial, played critical leadership roles in Indigenous communities. However, with the imposition of racist and sexist colonial policies, Indigenous women's roles were systematically displaced. As a result of these policies, which formalized colonial governance systems, the vital informal leadership roles the Xwulmuxw Slhunlheni play rarely receive recognition. This book strives to honour the women in our communities who continue to embrace their important roles as givers of life and carriers of culture. This book reviews new ways to view Indigenous women's leadership. Thirteen women from various Hul'qumi'num communities on Vancouver Island and the Mainland, share their thoughts on leadership and stress the importance of living our cultural and traditional teachings. A central theme for leadership emphasizes the importance of keeping the past, present and future connected--a Sacred Cycle that will ensure we bring our teachings forward for the future generations."--

Sovereign Erotics

Sovereign Erotics Book
Author : Qwo-Li Driskill,Daniel Heath Justice,Deborah Miranda,Lisa Tatonetti
Publisher : University of Arizona Press
Release : 2011-10-01
ISBN : 0816502420
File Size : 35,5 Mb
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Two-Spirit people, identified by many different tribally specific names and standings within their communities, have been living, loving, and creating art since time immemorial. It wasn’t until the 1970s, however, that contemporary queer Native literature gained any public notice. Even now, only a handful of books address it specifically, most notably the 1988 collection Living the Spirit: A Gay American Indian Anthology. Since that book’s publication twenty-three years ago, there has not been another collection published that focuses explicitly on the writing and art of Indigenous Two-Spirit and Queer people. This landmark collection strives to reflect the complexity of identities within Native Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Two-Spirit (GLBTQ2) communities. Gathering together the work of established writers and talented new voices, this anthology spans genres (fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and essay) and themes (memory, history, sexuality, indigeneity, friendship, family, love, and loss) and represents a watershed moment in Native American and Indigenous literatures, Queer studies, and the intersections between the two. Collaboratively, the pieces in Sovereign Erotics demonstrate not only the radical diversity among the voices of today’s Indigenous GLBTQ2 writers but also the beauty, strength, and resilience of Indigenous GLBTQ2 people in the twenty-first century. Contributors: Indira Allegra, Louise Esme Cruz, Paula Gunn Allen, Qwo-Li Driskill, Laura Furlan, Janice Gould, Carrie House, Daniel Heath Justice, Maurice Kenny, Michael Koby, M. Carmen Lane, Jaynie Lara, Chip Livingston, Luna Maia, Janet McAdams, Deborah Miranda, Daniel David Moses, D. M. O’Brien, Malea Powell, Cheryl Savageau, Kim Shuck, Sarah Tsigeyu Sharp, James Thomas Stevens, Dan Taulapapa McMullin, William Raymond Taylor, Joel Waters, and Craig Womack