Rachna Shah
Jun 5, 2017

50 Years Later

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I found this Atlantic article - https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2017/06/how-the-six-day-war-changed-religion/528981/ - to be a really intriguing take on how the Six-Day War transformed a multitude of religions from Islam to Judaism to Christianity. For Palestinians, "religiosity has become resistance." Islamism has become "patriotic." Zionism has grown more powerful.

 

What are your thoughts on these narratives? Do you find them to be accurate? How was your community affected by the Six-Day War?

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