Israel’s Holy War
Israel and Its Army by Stuart A. Cohen is featured in the April 29, 2010 edition of The New York Review of Books as part of an article discussing military and religious conflicts within modern Israel army.
"As Stuart A. Cohen notes in Israel and Its Army, the desire to integrate religious soldiers into the military led Israel’s secular founders to chart an accommodating path."
An article by Eyal Press discusses the possibilities and difficulties of creating cohesion between religious observance and military loyalty among the changing aspirations of Israeli youth. To view more on the article please visit The New York Review of Books website.
Series: Middle Eastern Military Studies
The Israel Defense Force (IDF) plays a key role in Israeli society, and has traditionally been perceived not only as the guardian of national survival, but also as a 'people's army' responsible for the custody of national values. This volume analyses the circumstances currently undermining these...
Published November 19th 2009 by Routledge