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Terror In Black September

Author: David Raab
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 9780230606845
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On Sunday, September 6, 1970, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) hijacked four airliners bound from Europe for New York. One, a brand new Pan Am 747, was taken to Cairo and blown up only seconds after its passengers escaped. The attempt to hijack a second plane, an El Al flight, was foiled and the plane landed safely in the UK. Two other planes, one TWA and one Swissair, were directed to the desert floor thirty-five miles northeast of Amman, Jordan, where a twenty-five day hostage drama began. With the additional hijacking of a British airliner, over four hundred and fifty hostages had landed in the Jordanian desert. David Raab was on the TWA flight with his mother and siblings but was separated from them and taken to a refugee camp and then to an apartment in Amman where he was held hostage through a civil war. This is his story.

Wann Endlich Beginnt Bei Euch Der Kampf Gegen Die Heilige Kuh Israel

Author: Wolfgang Kraushaar
Publisher: Rowohlt Verlag GmbH
ISBN: 3644029318
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Zwei Jahre vor dem Olympiaanschlag 1972 lag München schon einmal im Brennpunkt des Terrors: mit einer blutigen, wenn auch gescheiterten Flugzeugentführung auf dem Flughafen Riem, einem Brandanschlag auf das Israelitische Gemeindehaus, bei dem sieben Holocaustüberlebende starben, und Paketbombenattentaten auf zwei Verkehrsflugzeuge, von denen das eine notlanden konnte, während das andere abstürzte und alle 38 Passagiere und 9 Besatzungsmitglieder in den Tod riss. Wolfgang Kraushaar kann zeigen, dass eine der Taten höchstwahrscheinlich aus dem unmittelbaren Umfeld einer Gruppe deutscher Linksradikaler verübt wurde. Von ihr aus führen Verbindungslinien zu palästinensischen Terrororganisationen, aus deren Reihen die Täter und Hintermänner der anderen drei Aktionen kamen. Warum wurden sie nie vor Gericht gestellt, obwohl die meisten von ihnen rasch verhaftet worden waren? Welche Rolle spielte die damalige Bundesregierung? Wie konnte es trotz der Erfahrungen im Februar 1970 noch zur Geiselnahme auf der Olympiade kommen — und welche Zusammenhänge gibt es zwischen den Terroraktionen?

Divided City

Author: Kai Bird
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0857200194
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Crossing Mandelbaum Gate is a vivid memoir of an American boy growing up in the midst of the Arab-Israeli conflict, three major wars and three decades of political upheavals in the Middle East. Set in Jerusalem (1956-1958), Beirut (1970), Saudi Arabia (1962-1965), Amman and Cairo (1965-1967), Bird's book explains through a blend of memoir and history why the Western experience in the Middle East has been so turbulent. Through Bird's Zelig-like presence, the reader experiences the Suez War of 1956, the June 1967 War and the Black September hijackings of 1970 that led to the Jordanian Civil War. Bird's memoir shows how all of these momentous events led to the rise and tragic downfall of a secular Arab nationalist ethos -- only to be replaced by the rise of a fundamentalist, politically reactionary Islamist movement. The narrative history tells the stories of such illuminating figures as life-long Jerusalem resident George Antonius, author of The Arab Awakening, and his charismatic wife; Jordan's King Hussein and his CIA connections; the businessman Salem bin Laden, Osama's older brother and a family friend; Saudi kings Faisal and Khalidl; President Nasser of Egypt; and Leila Khaled, the striking young Palestinian radical who hijacked one of the Black September planes. The son of a U.S. Foreign Service officer, Kai Bird spent his formative years with the Arabs, but he ended up marrying the only daughter of two Holocaust survivors. This Shoah survival story becomes a part of Bird's own personal narrative, and provides him with a deeper understanding of the historical relationship between the destruction of European Jewry and the Arab-Israeli conflict. This extraordinary memoir by a Pulitzer-prize-winning historian sheds new light on all the wars of the Middle East fought in the name of identity.

The Origins Of International Counterterrorism

Author: Aviva Guttmann
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 900435669X
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Introduction, text and translation, detailed commentary and indices to "Aeneid" 3 are here offered on a scale not previously attempted and in keeping with the author's previous Virgil commentaries ("Aeneid" 7 and 11); the volume is aimed primarily at scholars, rather than undergraduates.

Political Parties And Terrorist Groups

Author: Leonard Weinberg
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135973377
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This book is the definitive guide to the topical issue of the relationship between political parties that embrace the democratic process and terrorist groups which eschew the legal and procedural strictures of democracy. The fully revised edition continues to provide the most detailed theoretical and empirical analysis of this controversial issue, highlighting the fluid nature of boundaries between terrorist organisation and legitimate political party. Drawing on a vast array of data, the authors examine a large number of international case studies from Italy, Spain, Lebanon, Turkey, Iran, Israel, Palestine, Peru, Argentina, Japan and Northern Ireland. By incorporating substantial new material on ETA, Hizbollah and Hamas, this book retains its position at the forefront of the worldwide political discussion on terrorism, and continues to be essential reading for all students, academics and readers with an interest in security studies, terrorism and political violence

Inventing Jewish Ritual

Author: Vanessa L. Ochs
Publisher: Jewish Publication Society
ISBN: 9780827608344
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Vanessa Ochs invites her readers to explore how Jewish practice can be more meaningful through renewing, reshaping, and even creating new rituals, such as naming ceremonies for welcoming baby girls, healing services, Miriam’s cup, mitzvah days, egalitarian wedding practices, and commitment ceremonies. We think of rituals—the patterned ways of doing things that have shared and often multiple meanings— as being steeped in tradition and therefore unalterable. But rituals have always been reinvented. When we perform ancient rituals in a particular place and time they are no longer quite the same rituals they once were. Each is a debut, an innovation: this Sabbath meal, this Passover seder, this wedding—firsts in their own unique ways. In the last 30 years there has been a surge of interest in reinventing ritual, in what is called minhag America. Ochs describes the range and diversity of interest in this Jewish American experience and examines how it reflects tradition as it revives Jewish culture and faith. And she shows us how to create our own ritual objects, sacred spaces, ceremonies, and liturgies that can be paths to greater personal connection with history and with holiness: baby-naming ceremonies for girls, divorce rituals, Shabbat practices, homemade haggadahs, ritual baths, healing services. Through these and more, we see that American Judaism is a dynamic cultural process very much open to change and a source of great personal and communal meaning. The ceramic “Tree of Life” spice container that appears on the cover of Inventing Jewish Ritual is by Susan Garson of Garson and Pakele Studios,