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Stephen Sharot

In: The SAGE Handbook of the Sociology of Religion

Chapter 32: Judaism in Israel: Public Religion, Neo-Traditionalism, Messianism, and Ethno-Religious Conflict

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Judaism in Israel: Public Religion, Neo-Traditionalism, Messianism, and Ethno-Religious Conflict
Judaism in Israel: Public religion, neo-traditionalism, messianism, and ethno-religious conflict
Religions in Israel/Palestine

Religion is a crucial factor in the political and ethno-national divisions among Israeli Jews and Palestinian Arabs who claim rights of settlement and ...

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