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by Steven Carol

Category: Politics and Government
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Author: Steven Carol
ISBN: 1469761297
ISBN13: 978-1469761299
Language: English
Publisher: iUniverse (April 28, 2012)
Pages: 522
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In From Jerusalem to the Lion of Judah and Beyond, author Steven Carol provides a comprehensive understanding of Israel's foreign policy, as well as its historic relationship with East Africa.

In From Jerusalem to the Lion of Judah and Beyond, author Steven Carol provides a comprehensive understanding of Israel's foreign policy, as well as its historic relationship with East Africa. He shows why a small, embattled nation, beset by mortal enemies from all sides, reached out and In From Jerusalem to the Lion of Judah and Beyond, author Steven Carol provides a comprehensive understanding of Israel's foreign policy, as well as its historic relationship with East Africa

Israel's golden age of diplomacy in the 1950s and 1960s comes to life in this exploration of. .by Steven Carol Bloomington, In. iUniverse, In. 2012.

Israel's golden age of diplomacy in the 1950s and 1960s comes to life in this exploration of relations with Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania. Carol of St. John's University documents that a mix of self-interest and altruism enabled Israel to gain. Fall 2014, volume 21: number 4. From Jerusalem to the Lion of Judah and Beyond: Israel's Foreign Policy in East Africa. Middle East Quarterly Fall 2014.

Since 1948, Israels foreign policy towards East Africa exemplifies these immortal words: I will also give thee for a.Steven Carol is a retired professor of history and author. His specialties are .

Since 1948, Israels foreign policy towards East Africa exemplifies these immortal words: I will also give thee for a light to the nations, that My salvation may be unto the end of the earth. The chronicles of these laudable activities are little known, even to post World War II historians. No other book to date covers this subject in as much depth. History, the World Wars of the twentieth century, the Cold War, and the Modern Middle East. He has appeared on radio shows across the United States. His op-ed articles have appeared in North America and the Middle East.

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According to Steven Carol, in light of Yemeni military humiliation in the battle for Great Hanish island . Carol, Steven (2012), From Jerusalem to the Lion of Judah and Beyond: Israel's Foreign Policy in East Africa, iUniverse, p. 363, ISBN 978-1-4697-6129-9.

According to Steven Carol, in light of Yemeni military humiliation in the battle for Great Hanish island, the proposed allegation of Israeli involvement may have been nothing more than an attempt of Yemen to "save some face". This week, the fight against jihadists is moving to Africa. Despite Western help, governments in the Sahel are struggling to beat back violent extremists. Qatar: Small State, Big Politics. Highlife Saturday Night: Popular Music and Social Change in Urban Ghana. How to Resist: Turn Protest to Power. Black Agenda Radio - 1. 6. I’m Glen Ford, along with my co-host Nellie Bailey.

From Jerusalem to the Lion of Judah and Beyond provides the most thorough analysis of Israel's foreign policy towards East Africa. Since its modern reestablishment, Israel has sought political allies in the international community. To achieve that goal, Israel offers technological, economic and military assistance to developing nations. Historically, four East African countries-Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania were prime beneficiaries of that effort. Later, these efforts were extended to Eritrea and South Sudan. Israel has been demonstrating its willingness to off er a far greater share of its limited resources to international assistance, than practically any other nation, large or small. Since 1948, Israel's foreign policy towards East Africa exemplifies these immortal words: " . . . I will also give thee [Israel] for a light to the nations, that My salvation may be unto the end of the earth"- Isaiah 49:6. The chronicles of these laudable activities are little known, even to post World War II historians. No other book to date covers this subject in as much depth. Anyone seeking a more profound understanding of Israel's foreign policy, as well as its historic relationship with East Africa, will find From Jerusalem to the Lion of Judah and Beyond of interest.
Comments to eBook From Jerusalem To The Lion Of Judah and Beyond: Israel's Foreign Policy in East Africa
Samuhn
Dr. Carol has created a work of deep scholarship in "From Jerusalem to the Lion of Judah and Beyond". So deep that the last third of the book, very nearly, is taken up with foot notes, appendixes and citations. But the body of the work is crammed full of not simply data stacked upon data but insight as well. I knew that Idi Amin of Uganda proudly wore Israeli paratrooper wings but I didn't know that the fraud never made a jump.
Some details are utterly fascinating, like the troubles of Ethiopian fisherman in adapting to modern methods taught by Israelis. Other facts cause a tightening of various body parts. The long, disconnected and complicated history of helping the lost Jews of Ethiopia count here. Dr. Carol covers East Africa from the first days of Israel's engagement to the connections with the new nation of South Sudan.
There is much here to learn, even for life long followers of the story of Israel like me. Or for that matter for students of the post WWII history of East Africa. This isn't always a pleasant book to read but it is vastly informative and at the core of it, it is a work of hope. Decent people car actually make the world a better place, in spite of man's worst impulses.
Ericaz
I am engrossed in daily research on the Middle East and once in a while find books that not only provide me with factual information, but also provide links to other data sources which makes my research much easier. Steven Carol's book "From Jerusalem To The Lion Of Judah and Beyond" is such a book. Not only do I find the facts that I need, but I enjoy reading his presentation of the material and learn much from that. I cannot stress more for today's politicians that history is more than dates, names, with some geography and economics tossed in. History is a living, breathing account t of the steps taken before we took over. Many times we find some political leaders do not seem to know where they are going, and most often discover that it may very well be because they do not know where we've been! And any American leader who has no time to study the history of the Middle East definitely is left without a clue. If it were not for significant pressure from the Middle Easton on our fledgling government, there would have been little impetus for our leadership to have pushed so hard for a navy or a constitution!
Inth
As an old Africa hand, I have to say that Dr. Steve Carol's book "From Jerusalem to the Lion of Judah and Beyond: Israel's Foreign Policy in East Africa" brought back many memories.

My involvement in Africa goes back several decades and I currently have business in Africa.

I see the involvement of my country Israel as an example that has been set for me in my work in Africa. Israel went into Africa to try to help people and make their lives better. Of course Israel wanted to make political profit, the same way I seek to make profit for my business in Africa.

People today have clean water and food due to the involvement of Israel in Africa.
I have followed this wonderful model and today because of my involvement people have clean water where there was none and children have a school, while the parents of these children have a living wage.

If Israel were to be judged fairly the world would honor Israel for being the first country in the history of the world to move large amounts of black African's out of Africa and not have them in chains. Israel moved the Jews of Ethiopia into greater freedom than they had ever known in Ethiopia.

Dr. Carol has done a wonderful job in documenting the Israeli involvement in Africa. The book was a good read.

Yoni Tidi
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