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These Are My Brothers book. These Are My Brothers: Israel & The Occupied Territories, Part Ii. by. Felicia Langer. ISBN. 0903729512 (ISBN13: 9780903729512).
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Felicia Langer, Israel Shahak. There are a couple of books by Israel Shahak that have not yet been digitized: - The Non-Jew in the Jewish State; a collection of Documents - Begin & Co as they really are. com, but I can't find a site that will ship that book to my country.
Biography Israel and the Occupied Territories: These Are My Brothers.
Felicia Langer arrived in Israel from Poland in 1950 with her husband, who was a survivor of the Nazi concentration camps. After studying law she had her own legal practice in Tel Aviv from the mid-1960s. In addition to her legal work, Langer wrote three books during her time in Israel: With My Own Eyes(1975), These Are My Brothers (1979) and An Age of Stone (1987). Since then, she has published several more books. Israel and the Occupied Territories: These Are My Brothers.
LANGER, FELICIA (Author) Ithaca Press (Publisher). With my own eyes Israel and the occupied territories 1967-1973. Israel's violation of human rights in the occupied territories : a documented report. British passport, 1923, valid for one journey into the German occupied territories. Imperial War Museums home Connect with IWM. What we do.
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6 Books by Felicia Langer. 7 Awards In her writings, lectures and interviews she criticizes the Israeli policy in the occupied Palestinian territories, which. Youth in Eastern Europe. Felicia-Amalia Langer was born of Jewish parents in the Polish town of Tarnów in 1930. In 1939, her family fled from the German invasion to the Soviet Union, where her father died in one of Stalin's prisons. Other relatives were murdered by the National Socialists. In her writings, lectures and interviews she criticizes the Israeli policy in the occupied Palestinian territories, which she considers equivalent to an annexation.
In 1959, Felicia Langer qualified in law in Tel Aviv and joined the Israel Bar .
In 1959, Felicia Langer qualified in law in Tel Aviv and joined the Israel Bar Association. Her first years as a lawyer were unremarkable, but the six-day war in 1967, with Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and Gaza, provoked a change. Her own ethical boundary was that she would not represent anybody who was suspected of having blood on their hands. Langer won the case – amid mass demonstrations and the collective resignation of all West Bank mayors – and Shakaa remained in Nablus. I want my quitting to be a sort of demonstration and expression of my despair and disgust with the system.