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The first part of the book comprises two chapters on the settler movement. Both intend to insist on the inner complexity and heterogeneous nature of the Israeli Jewish settlers, their backgrounds as well as their strategies. Chapter 1 (Khalfa) analyzes the political consequences of the 2005 Gaza withdrawal on both Israeli politics and national identity. Chapter 2 (Kailani) focuses more specifically on the American Orthodox immigrants’ mobilization and process of integration into Israeli society.
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