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Tradition versus tradition: Mizrahi pupils in National Religious schools in Israel, 1948–1990
ABSTRACT Absorbing the immigrants from the Middle East and North Africa in Israel was one of the Israeli education system’s important tasks. This article deals with the way the National ReligiousExpand
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Building the country or rescuing the people: Ben-Gurion's attitude towards mass Jewish immigration to Israel in the mid-1950s
ABSTRACT In mainstream scholarship, David Ben-Gurion is described as one of the main supporters and primary advocates of the policy of encouraging mass Jewish immigration to Israel (aliya) in theExpand
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The Reluctant Soldiers of Israel's Settlement Project: The Ship to Village Plan in the mid-1950s
This article focuses on the policy of population dispersion and the plan that transferred new Jewish immigrants from North Africa to settlements in Israel's periphery during the mid-1950s. PopulatingExpand
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Like a Phoenix: The Renaissance of Sephardic/Mizrahi Identity in Israel in the 1970s and 1980s
ABSTRACT:During Israel’s first decades, conflict between immigrants from Islamic countries and the Israeli establishment focused on questions regarding equality. The immigrants protested againstExpand
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