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by Johannes Pahiltzsch


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The period directly after WWII was a period of high mass partisanship and low elite polarization.

The period directly after WWII was a period of high mass partisanship and low elite polarization. The 1970’s was a period of low mass partisanship with many predicting the end of political parties. Since the 1970’s the level of partisanship has increased. This shift between a government performance based to an ideological issue based partisanship is driven by increasing polarization at the elite level and the increasing prevalence of divided government. Contrary to previous findings (Hetherington 2001), it is argued that elite polarization does not increase the amount of mass partisanship, but instead only changes the basis of partisanship from government performance to ideological issues.

Governing the Holy City: the interaction of social groups in Jerusalem between the Fatimid and the Ottoman period. p. 122. ISBN 978-3-89500-404-9. Retrieved 24 May 2011

Governing the Holy City: the interaction of social groups in Jerusalem between the Fatimid and the Ottoman period. Retrieved 24 May 2011. The Conservation of Jerusalem's City Walls. Joseph, . 9: 'and a sten gun and ammuntion'. This story was repeated by President George W. Bush in his address to the Knesset on the 60-year anniversary of the creation of the State of Israel.

On May 13, 1948, as the British Army withdrew from Jerusalem, a major from the Suffolk Regiment presented Mordechai . Governing the Holy City: the interaction of social groups in Jerusalem between the Fatimid and the Ottoman period.

On May 13, 1948, as the British Army withdrew from Jerusalem, a major from the Suffolk Regiment presented Mordechai Weingarten with the key for the Zion Gate.

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Governing the Holy City: the interaction of social groups in Jerusalem between the Fatimid and the Ottoman . Jerusalem, United Nations, Old City (Jerusalem), Armenian Apostolic Church, Jewish Quarter (Jerusalem). Old City of Jerusalem.

Governing the Holy City: the interaction of social groups in Jerusalem between the Fatimid and the Ottoman period, Wiesbaden. Disruptive ‚Others’ as depicted in chronicles of the Late Mamluk Period, in: H. Kennedy (e. The historiography of Islamic Egypt (C. 950-1800), Leiden.

Al-Hurub al-Salibiyah al-Muta'akhkhirah: Hamlat Butrus al-Awwal Lusinyan 'ala al-Iskandariyah, 747 .

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Crusader period: Kingdom of Jerusalem. Ayyubid and Mamluk periods Iron Age: Canaanites, Israelites and Philistines.

English description: The history of Jerusalem during the Islamic Middle Ages was not confined to the foundation of sanctuaries, and the struggle over their control - even if these aspects could not be ignored in the context of Jerusalem. Different kinds of sources - buildings, inscriptions, documents and chronicles - inform us about the history of Jerusalem between the Fatimids and the Ottomans, and on the changing social and political factors which shaped the urban environment. German description: Die Geschichte der Stadt Jerusalem im islamischen Mittelalter umfasste mehr als die Einrichtung und Nutzung von Heiligtumern und den Streit um ihre Kontrolle - auch wenn diese Aspekte aus dem Leben in der Stadt nicht wegzudenken waren. Verschiedene Quellen - Bauten, Inschriften, Urkunden und chronikalische Literatur - geben Aufschluss uber die Geschichte Jerusalems zwischen Fatimiden und Osmanen, wobei hier v.a. die wechselnden sozialen und politischen Faktoren in der Gestaltung des stadtischen Lebensumfeldes im Vordergrund stehen.
Governing the Holy City: The Interaction of Social Groups in Jerusalem between the Fatimid and the Ottoman Period download epub
Middle East
Author: Johannes Pahiltzsch
ISBN: 3895004049
Category: History
Subcategory: Middle East
Language: English
Publisher: Reichert Verlag (December 31, 2004)
Pages: 168 pages