The establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine was justified as a necessary protection from another Holocaust. Thus, the creation of modern Israel on the land of another people is a direct political consequence of the Holocaust lore. Contributions in this section deal with the creation and history of the Jewish State, covering its political, societal, religious, and military trials and tribulations, as well as the relationship it has with its neighbors and its treatment of Israel's ethnically non-Jewish inhabitants.
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|Rudolf, G.||How Israel Murders Peace||English||2003-08-01|
|CODOH||Reach Out for Peace in Israel and Palestine||English||2003-01-01|