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About the Author: Eli Amir

Amir was born in Baghdad, Iraq He immigrated to Israel with his family in 1950 He won the Yigal Alon prize for outstanding pioneering service to the Israeli society Amir is well known in Israel for his lectures, articles, radio and television programs and especially for his book, Scapegoat, a semi autobiographical novel that depicts the integration of an Iraqi Jewish youth in an Israeli transit camp soon after the establishment of the state This and other novels by Amir are included in the secondary school sylabus.From 1964 to 1968 he served as adviser on Arab affairs to the Prime Minister of Israel, and as envoy for the Minister of Immigration Absorption of Israel to the United States In 1984, he was appointed Director General of the Youth Aliyah department of the Jewish Agency.



10 thoughts on “יסמין

  1. Orsodimondo Orsodimondo says:

    GLI ALTRIQuesta, le foto che seguono, e quella sulla copertina, sono tutti scatti di Micha Bar Am, fotografo israeliano nato a Berlino nel 1930.Nuri un ebreo nato in un paese arabo che ammira la saggezza dell Occidente Ascolta musica classica la mattina e araba la sera un uccello migratore tra due mondi, con una gamba qua e una l , e a volte le gambe gli si ingarbugli


  2. Marica Marica says:

    Modi difficili di essere Israeliani Storia di Nuri, che arriva in Israele a 13 anni, fuggendo con la famiglia da Bagdad.Storia degli ebrei sefarditi che riparano in Israele dai paesi arabi, dove ormai sono sgraditi ma non i loro beni, che rimangono nei paesi arabi Arrivati in Israele ricevono un posticino in una tendopoli, imparano l ebraico e sperano di trovare un lavo


  3. Peter Peter says:

    Nein, dies ist keine Liebesgeschichte, oder nur vordergr ndlich Diesem Buch liegt die verlorene Chance Israels zu Grunde mit Hilfe der kulturellen Kompetenz und N he der orientalischen Juden zu einer Auss hnung oder zumindest Verst ndigung mit dem pal stinensischem Volk zu gelangen.Nach dem Sechstagekrieg und der Besatzung Ost Jerusalems und des Westjordanlandes trifft de


  4. Diane S ☔ Diane S ☔ says:

    Struggled with what to rate this novel I learned quite a bit about the Arab Israeli relationships and how individual families were affected by the Six Day War.At times the writing seemed a little sophomoric, though that could be the translation but the characters and the novel was very reader friendly I really liked the character of Nuri and felt the author did a wonderful


  5. Karla Karla says:

    Pues Efectivamente, no todos son finales felices.


  6. Gilahk Gilahk says:

    1968 this was a riveting book, I was so afraid that the ending would be too tragic which is why it took me so long to finish..there was tragedy This book takes place in 1968 post 7 day war Israel,, mostly in Jerusalem In my opinion this could not have been written then, too many insights that only became clear 20 or 30 years later I will write a proper review when I have thought about it someDef 1968 this was a riveting book, I was so afraid that the ending would be too tragic which is why it took me so long to finish..there was tragedy This book takes place in 1968 post 7 day war Israel,, mostly in Jerusalem In my opinion this could not have been written then, too many insights that only became clear 20 or 30 years later I will write a proper review when I have thought about it someDefinitely worth reading but I don t know how the English translation handled all the subtle language shifts, I found myself turning to my Arabic speaking husband to understand some of the sayings excellent book


  7. K C K C says:

    First of his books I ve read and kind of like eating the main course of a meal before the appetizers and soup, and then wondering if there is going to be dessert Although the book stands on its own, I think it would have been better if I had read the first two books he had written first, to get a full picture of the characters And the ending was disappointing from the perspective


  8. Aydin Karimov Aydin Karimov says:

    My knowledge on Arab Israel conflict was so political but Ali Amir could shed light on the real sides of the centuries of contradiction Simultaneously, once again, one might enjoy the power of true love, even though the ending was distressed.


  9. Deborah Deborah says:

    Excellent storytelling, transporting us in time to the moment when Israel took control of East Jerusalem and had to learn to deal with its players The characters are believable and their encounters vividly described.


  10. !Tæmbuŝu !Tæmbuŝu says:

    KOBOBOOKSReviewed by The Independent 14 Jul 2012 KOBOBOOKSReviewed by The Independent 14 Jul 2012


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