The Religious Component in Israeli Ultra-Nationalism

By Charles S. Liebman

Middle East Institute (Jerusalem), 1987

In The Jerusalem Quarterly 41 (Winter), 127-144. This essay is an effort to explore the importance of religion as a component of Israeli ultra-nationalism in both religious and non-religious circle. After all, the fact that some or even most Israelis who define themselves as religious espouse ultra-nationalist policies does not necessarily mean that religious belief is the necessary and sufficient condition to account for their ultra-nationalism.

Topic: Political Behavior, Politics

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Language: English

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