The Issue that Won't Go Away: Interview with Gershom Gorenberg

06/21/2007 - 20:00
Washington correspondent
Gershom Gorenberg, an Israeli journalist, is author of "The Accidental Empire: Israel and the Birth of the Settlements 1967-1977" (2006, Times Books). Forty years after the war that ignited it, Gorenberg talked to The Jewish Week about the rise of the settlers’ movement and what it has meant for the Jewish state.   The Jewish Week: You write that the extensive network of settlements represents an "Accidental Empire." What do you mean by that?
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