In The Jewish Echo, 2018/19 issue (vol. 67), competent authors describe and analyze the path of Israel, the peculiar ups and downs of Austro-Israeli relations, and the challenges facing Israel today.
Revered as the “Holy Land” by several religions, the “Jewish State”, esteemed as a place of refuge, hated by anti-Semites and feared by enemies, loved by its inhabitants for its relaxed sense of modernity: seven decades after the declaration of independence, Israel has developed into a consolidated state.
In The Jewish Echo 2018/19, competent authors describe and analyze the path of Israel, the peculiar ups and downs of Austro-Israeli relations, and the challenges facing Israel today. With contributions from Igal Avidan, Severin Corti, Georg M. Hafner and Esther Schapira, Peter Jankowitsch, Talya Lador-Fresher, Anton Pelinka, Karl Pfeifer, Oliver Rathkolb, Ben and Daniela Segenreich, Rolf Steininger, Tessa Szyszkowitz, Franz Vranitzky and many others.
The Jewish Echo was established in 1951 by Dr. Leon Zelman, the long-standing director of the Jewish Welcome Service, as the “newsletter of Jewish students”. Zelman, who was also editor in chief until his death in 2007, succeeded in transforming a small newsletter into a renowned periodical for culture and politics. Erhard Stackl has been editor in chief since 2014. (Source: Falter-Verlag)
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