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Unformatted text preview: The Invention and Decline of Israeliness By: Gary Benedix and John Lipkin The Yishuv as a Political-Cultural Identity First Aliyah 1882 and the creation of the Yishuv British-Jewish alliance post World War I Settling- Cities Kibbutzim-2nd Aliyah Arab Labor The Yishuv as Political-Cultural Identity Zionists want mandate open for Jewish commonwealth but only most suitable should immigrate Continuation of biblical Israel Jewish symbolism, Hebrew, and status holidays Israeli Nationalism New Jewish-Israeli identity. Mapai ascended to power since 1933 after they took over Jewish Agency. After 1948, Jewish population increase while Arab population decreases Impact of the Holocaust The Cultural and Political Anxiety Of The Yishuv Veterans and Building Hegemony Labor/Mapai bureaucracy and statist demeanor Mapai penetration into social sector Evolution of roles in Jewish society development towns agriculture Sephardim/Mizrahim not part of Ashkenazi narrative Sephardi vs Ashkenazi Judaism Arab-Israelis left out Military was the center of a civil religion Education and the First Mizrahi...
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