Rituals of Conflict: Religion, Politics, and Public Policy in Israel

Rituals of Conflict: Religion, Politics, and Public Policy in Israel

Rituals of Conflict: Religion, Politics, and Public Policy in Israel

Rituals of Conflict: Religion, Politics, and Public Policy in Israel

Synopsis

The assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin by a religious Jew has led some Israelis to fear that violence will characterise the already tense relationship between religious and secular Jews. Yet what appeared to be an onset of another religious war may have little long-term impact in a setting where, despite much intense political and social conflict, religious interests have been unable to determine major issues of public policy.
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