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📙 Israel and Its Mediterranean Identity by David Ohana (auth.) — epub download


This book is a detailed and comprehensive work which reviews the origins of Israel's Mediterranean identity, starting with its Zionist ideological origins and tracing the path up to the present, as Israel struggles with what it means to be a post-ideological Mediterranean country.



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