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סיפור חרבת חזעה review Ê 103 S. Yizhar » 3 review download á eBook or Kindle ePUB » S. Yizhar Is much than a vital historical document it is also a great work of art Yizhar’s haunting lyrical style and charged view of the landscape are in many ways as startling as his wrenchingly honest view of modern Israel’s primal scene     Considered a modern Hebrew masterpiece Khirbet Khizeh is an extraordinary and heartbreaking book that is destined to be a classic of world literatu. A review from the Guardian Newspaper Khirbet Khizeh by S YizharIn his novella of the 1948 war the Israeli writer S Yizhar sought to preserve the memory of the Palestinian nakba Jacueline Rose on a haunting tale that still stirs intense controversy Share5 Jacueline Rose The Guardian Saturday 12 March 2011 Article history Israeli soldiers 1948 Photograph Hulton Deutsch CollectionCORB Near the beginning of Khirbet Khizeh the extraordinary 1949 novella by S Yizhar the narrator describes the dangers to a soldier of thinking we knew that when the thoughts came troubles began better not to start thinking Khirbet Khizeh is a tribute to the power of critical thought to register the injustices of history It is published by Granta this month in its first full English translation first issued by Adina Hoffman for Ibis editions in Jerusalem in 2008 Khirbet Khizeh tells the story of the expulsion of Palestinian villagers from their home and land during the 1948 war that immediately followed the founding of the Israeli state the war of independence or liberation as it is referred to in Israel for the Palestinians the nakba or catastrophe By the end of it 750000 Palestinians had become refugees This story this moment is to say the least still controversial In July 2009 Israel s education ministry announced that the term nakba introduced two years previously into Palestinian Israeli textbooks was to be removed on the grounds that its use was tantamount to spreading propaganda against Israel In May last year a law was passed widely termed the Nakba Law that withdraws government funding from any group judged to be acting against the principles of the country which includes the commemoration of the nakba The law effectively criminalises the right of the Palestinian people to rememberKhirbet Khizehby S Yizhar translated by Nicholas de Lange and Yaacob Dweck Buy it from the Guardian bookshopSearch the Guardian bookshop Renowned for many years as the only tale in Israeli literature to tell the story of the 1948 expulsion Khirbet Khizeh also owes its power and status to the way that it recounts the resistance to memory which this dark episode of Israeli history will provoke in the nation s consciousness True it all happened a long time ago the story opens but it has haunted me ever since I sought to drown it out with the din of passing time to diminish its value to blunt its edge with the rush of daily life In fact Yizhar wrote Khirbet Khizeh in 1948 long before the uestion of memory could even have arisen But it is as if in the charged moment of writing he already saw that his task was to rescue this history from oblivion Unlike the other soldiers in his unit the narrator knows that this story is not going to go away As he walks through the desolate Palestinian landscape his soldier companion exults in the emptiness which he sees as proof of the superiority of the Zionist pioneers Wow Our old timers used to break their backs for any strip of land and today we just walk in and take it For the narrator by contrast the Jews who reap the profits of this war the future inhabitants in whose cause the war is being fought will be haunted The people who would live in this village wouldn t the walls cry out in their earsLittle known in this country S Yizhar the pen name of Yizhar Smilansky is recognised in Israel as the godfather of modern Hebrew writing He was born to Russian immigrants in 1916 in Rehovot in what was then Ottoman Palestine His uncle and mentor Moshe Smilansky was an agricultural pioneer Yizhar was therefore a sabra part of the new generation untainted by exile who bore on their shoulders the expectation of the new nation waiting to be born It is a burden that Yizhar repeatedly refuses or rather finds himself unable to bear I still had a strong feeling of being a stranger here the narrator comments of being totally out of place This is not what he is meant to be feeling It was a central tenet of Zionist belief that the Jews were returning to their ancestral home Chaim Weizmann first president of Israel only just lost his struggle to have the 1917 Balfour Declaration refer to the right of the Jewish people to reconstitute their homeland in PalestineYizhar s vision is obliue in Khirbet Khizeh as it is in another famous story The Prisoner in his magnum opus Days of Tziglak which follows a battalion during the 1948 war as well as in the three part memoir that started to appear in 1992 after a literary silence of nearly 30 years He is the dissident chronicler of his nation He was also a member of the Knesset from 1949 66 In 1948 he had been actively engaged in the offensive against Egypt another story Midnight Convoy is a tribute to the soldiers that enters exuberantly into the drama of trying to get supplies past the enemy to an army under siege Yizhar therefore occupies both sides of the divide which he charts with such brilliance in his writingKhirbet Khizeh is the story which with the least ambivalence offers to official Zionist history its strongest unanswerable counterpoint The translation is long overdue In lyrical haunting prose evocatively rendered into English by Nicholas de Lange and Yaacob Dweck the narrator describes what was done to the Palestinians in 1948 As the story builds to its climax the writing at times is paced and slow such as when the soldiers languish and wait then it suddenly erupts like the exploded stone house of a woman who leapt up burst into wild howling and started to run in that direction holding a baby in her arms while another wretched child who could already stand clutched the hem of her dress and she screamed pointed talked and choked All at once she understands that it wasn t just about waiting under the syca trees to hear what the Jews wanted and then to go home but that her home and her world had come to a full stop and everything had turned dark and was collapsing suddenly she had grasped something inconceivable terrible incredible standing directly before her real and cruel body to body and there was no going back By recounting this crisis from inside her mind Yizhar dismantles at a stroke the poisoned rhetoric of enmity the image of the Palestinians as unknowable distant threatening You cannot read Khirbet Khizeh without experiencing 1948 body to body as a tragedy for the PalestiniansIn its most unsettling and best known moment the only section of the novella previously translated into English the narrator is struck like lightning by the analogy between the treatment being meted out by the army to the Palestinians huddling together on the point of departure and the history of the JewsAll at once everything seemed to mean something different precisely exile This was exile This was what exile was like This was what exile looked like I have never been in the Diaspora I said to myself I had never known what it was like but people had spoken to me told me taught me and repeatedly recited to me from every direction in books and newspapers everywhere exile Our nation s protest to the world exile It had entered me apparently with my mother s milk What in fact had we perpetrated here todayLater the narrator pushes the analogy even further Two thousand years of exile The whole story Jews being killed Europe We were the masters now In the Hebrew the tense of exile is the present This is how exile is hineh ze galut And in a later edition of the story a sentence at the end of the passage underlines the responsibility of the soldier as a Jew Anakhnu yehudim higleynu galut We Jews have exiled an exile Perhaps even important the lines but people had spoken to me told me taught me and repeatedly recited to me echo the Shema the Jewish prayer in which God instructs his chosen people to take his words into their heart And you shall rehearse them to your sons and speak of them when you sit in your house and when you go on the way and when you lie down and when you rise Deuteronomy 67 As David Shulman remarks in his afterword to the new edition Yizhar is well known for such allusions This one is particularly shocking He seems to be suggesting that Israel has usurped the voice of God by inscribing its national plaint into the minds of its subjects in the same way that God issues his spiritual injunction to his people Yizhar s offence is therefore double first to imply that the Jews are perpetrating against the Palestinians the cruelties of their own history and that the nation is invoking divine sanction in order to do soWhen the story was published in 1949 the controversy it provoked was intense mainly among an older generation who refused to accept that the story had any bearing on the conduct of the war or if it did insisting that the policy was justified or that the narrator s pained consciousness demonstrated that this generation of Israeli soldiers had not been taught to hate the Arab enemy enough More than one of these criticisms is pre empted by the story itself as the narrator tears at his own conscience bleeding heart bleeding heart bleeding heart Not all the responses were hostile For one Israeli commentator the story was true and demonstrated the cruel existential choice presented to the Jewish people by the war One Arab critic pointed to the story as indicating the possibility of real understanding between the two peoples and hence of peace In her lengthy account of these disputes Anita Shapira has suggested that the soldiers themselves were or less silent in the early debate as if the victory which was above all their victory had turned into a sore too painful to contemplate Thirty years later in the aftermath of a state ban on the screening of a film of the novella on national TV one of these soldiers Ephraim Kleiman stepped forward to claim that every soldier will have recognised the truth of the story that every soldier has his own personal Khirbet Khizeh By then the dispute had become overtly political Between the ban and its subseuent overturning Likud was elected and a rightwing government came to power The story was now seen as damaging Israel s image of itselfYizhar himself had stated that the story was fiction But in response to the banning of the film in a 1978 article published in the Israeli newspaper Yediot Aharanot he insisted that while not necessarily representing a totality of events it was true Everything there is reported with great accuracy meticulously documented beginning with the operation order on a certain date right down to all the detailsSince 1964 Khirbet Khizeh together with The Prisoner has had its place in the standard literary syllabus of the Israeli school curriculum We should be wary however of seeing this fact as a tribute to an open society as Ian McEwan suggested in his Jerusalem prize acceptance speech last month Most often it is elevated to the status of a universal moral tale or taken as evidence of the superior ethics of an army so willing to examine and expose itself the nation s guilt as the key to its redemption The stress on the agony of Israeli conscience usurps the suffering of the Palestinians A proposal in the 1970s that the story be included in the new civics class which would have ensured that it was discussed as history was never implementedIn the aftermath of the 1967 war that led to Israel s occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Yizhar returned to his story in an essay Re The Poets of Annexation If there is indeed a Jewish consciousness it must pause here to ponder our own selves Now the lesson of the tale was clearer What does victory by armed force actually bestow upon the victors Because you don t get a country by means of weapons Any such acuisition is unjustIt is the abiding importance of Khirbet Khizeh as well as what makes this publication so timely that it returns the issue of justice suarely to the heart of the nation and then leaves it hovering like the cry of the villages or like the uestion that trails the narrator of the story as he wanders through the landscape some kind of uestion that posed itself of its own accord or a kind of aside that must be said Not The Hot Chick review from the Guardian Newspaper Khirbet Khizeh by S YizharIn his novella of the 1948 war the Israeli writer S Yizhar sought to preserve the memory of the Palestinian nakba Jacueline Rose on a haunting tale that still stirs intense controversy Share5 Jacueline Rose The Guardian Saturday 12 March 2011 Article history Israeli soldiers 1948 Photograph Hulton Deutsch CollectionCORB Near the beginning of Khirbet Khizeh the extraordinary 1949 novella by S Yizhar the narrator describes the dangers to a soldier of thinking we knew that when the thoughts came troubles began better not to start thinking Khirbet Khizeh is a tribute to the power of critical thought to Pegged and Plugged at the Club register the injustices of history It is published by Granta this month in its first full English translation first issued by Adina Hoffman for Ibis editions in Jerusalem in 2008 Khirbet Khizeh tells the story of the expulsion of Palestinian villagers from their home and land during the 1948 war that immediately followed the founding of the Israeli state the war of independence or liberation as it is Tunnel Through Time referred to in Israel for the Palestinians the nakba or catastrophe By the end of it 750000 Palestinians had become Game of Bimbofication Part 3 refugees This story this moment is to say the least still controversial In July 2009 Israel s education ministry announced that the term nakba introduced two years previously into Palestinian Israeli textbooks was to be Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions Vol 1 of 5 removed on the grounds that its use was tantamount to spreading propaganda against Israel In May last year a law was passed widely termed the Nakba Law that withdraws government funding from any group judged to be acting against the principles of the country which includes the commemoration of the nakba The law effectively criminalises the The Fatima Century right of the Palestinian people to Leah Starrs Revenge rememberKhirbet Khizehby S Yizhar translated by Nicholas de Lange and Yaacob Dweck Buy it from the Guardian bookshopSearch the Guardian bookshop Renowned for many years as the only tale in Israeli literature to tell the story of the 1948 expulsion Khirbet Khizeh also owes its power and status to the way that it Pieces 8 Pieces #8 recounts the Time Flies and Other Short Plays Time Flies Degas C'Est Moi Dr Fritzthe Forces of Light Basel's in Arms Arabian Nights Enigma Variations the Mystery of Twicknam Vicarage resistance to memory which this dark episode of Israeli history will provoke in the nation s consciousness True it all happened a long time ago the story opens but it has haunted me ever since I sought to drown it out with the din of passing time to diminish its value to blunt its edge with the Drawing Dead Faolan OConnor Book 1 rush of daily life In fact Yizhar wrote Khirbet Khizeh in 1948 long before the uestion of memory could even have arisen But it is as if in the charged moment of writing he already saw that his task was to Trails Tales of Yosemite the Central Sierra rescue this history from oblivion Unlike the other soldiers in his unit the narrator knows that this story is not going to go away As he walks through the desolate Palestinian landscape his soldier companion exults in the emptiness which he sees as proof of the superiority of the Zionist pioneers Wow Our old timers used to break their backs for any strip of land and today we just walk in and take it For the narrator by contrast the Jews who Welcome to the Desert of the Real Five Essays on September 11 and Related Dates reap the profits of this war the future inhabitants in whose cause the war is being fought will be haunted The people who would live in this village wouldn t the walls cry out in their earsLittle known in this country S Yizhar the pen name of Yizhar Smilansky is Dead End Bluff recognised in Israel as the godfather of modern Hebrew writing He was born to Russian immigrants in 1916 in Rehovot in what was then Ottoman Palestine His uncle and mentor Moshe Smilansky was an agricultural pioneer Yizhar was therefore a sabra part of the new generation untainted by exile who bore on their shoulders the expectation of the new nation waiting to be born It is a burden that Yizhar King Noah Blindness and the Vision of Seers repeatedly Factory of Death refuses or Thirteen Plus One The Winnie Years #5 rather finds himself unable to bear I still had a strong feeling of being a stranger here the narrator comments of being totally out of place This is not what he is meant to be feeling It was a central tenet of Zionist belief that the Jews were Rapid Math Without A Calculator returning to their ancestral home Chaim Weizmann first president of Israel only just lost his struggle to have the 1917 Balfour Declaration Almost Late for School And More School Poems refer to the The Certainty of Violet Luke right of the Jewish people to Kane Richards Must Die reconstitute their homeland in PalestineYizhar s vision is obliue in Khirbet Khizeh as it is in another famous story The Prisoner in his magnum opus Days of Tziglak which follows a battalion during the 1948 war as well as in the three part memoir that started to appear in 1992 after a literary silence of nearly 30 years He is the dissident chronicler of his nation He was also a member of the Knesset from 1949 66 In 1948 he had been actively engaged in the offensive against Egypt another story Midnight Convoy is a tribute to the soldiers that enters exuberantly into the drama of trying to get supplies past the enemy to an army under siege Yizhar therefore occupies both sides of the divide which he charts with such brilliance in his writingKhirbet Khizeh is the story which with the least ambivalence offers to official Zionist history its strongest unanswerable counterpoint The translation is long overdue In lyrical haunting prose evocatively How to Be a Lot Less 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English the narrator is struck like lightning by the analogy between the treatment being meted out by the army to the Palestinians huddling together on the point of departure and the history of the JewsAll at once everything seemed to mean something different precisely exile This was exile This was what exile was like This was what exile looked like I have never been in the Diaspora I said to myself I had never known what it was like but people had spoken to me told me taught me and সোনালী দিন যায় recited to me from every direction in books and newspapers everywhere exile Our nation s protest to the world exile It had entered me apparently with my mother s milk What in fact had we perpetrated here todayLater the narrator pushes the analogy even further Two thousand years of exile The whole story Jews being killed Europe We were the masters now In the Hebrew the tense of exile is the present This is how exile is hineh ze galut And in a later edition of the story a sentence at the end 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סיפור חרבת חזעה review Ê 103 S. Yizhar » 3 review download á eBook or Kindle ePUB » S. Yizhar Exhilarating How often can you say about a harrowing unuiet book that it makes you wrestle with your soul Neel Mukherjee The Times LondonIt’s 1948 and the Arab villagers of Khirbet Khizeh are about to be violently expelled from their homes A young Israeli soldier who is on duty that day finds himself battling on two fronts with the villagers and ultimately with his own conscience   . This is a beautifully written book that poetically delivers the tragedy of dispossession and exile told by one of whom are forced to carry out this crime Nothing speaks of the terrible nature of these events like Yizhar s description of empty homes discarded housewares and confused livestock You cannot but feel the agony of the author and share in his frustration as he helplessly comes to terms with what is going on before him The Arab is this novel is mostly a passive victim of almost childlike innocence and is not heard making than a few simple protests and is otherwise either running away or wailing This reveals the great divide that exists between the Israeli soldiers and their enemy the alien other even from one who is sympathetic to their loss This perhaps also makes the tragedy even vivid when you see how the victims are not permitted to fully express themselves as they are clearly trying to comprehend the disastrous and sudden derailment of their daily lives The book doesn t leave with you a self righteous sense of indignation For after all that is what allows such crimes to happen This is something that Yizhar also touches on the horrible irony of being exiled by exiles The roles are easily exchanged and it is only the circumstances that place one behind the gun and the other before it I end the book with great respect for Yizhar as a writer and only wish I could read it in the original Hebrew the afterward gives some hints at what I missed in the translated text but also for him as a man with the courage not to accept the myth of one s purity Say Your Abc With Me running away or wailing This The Outcast Dead reveals the great divide that exists between the Israeli soldiers and their enemy the alien other even from one who is sympathetic to their loss This perhaps also makes the tragedy even vivid when you see how the victims are not permitted to fully express themselves as they are clearly trying to comprehend the disastrous and sudden derailment of their daily lives The book doesn t leave with you a self ಅಮ್ಮಾವ್ರ ಗಂಡ righteous sense of indignation For after all that is what allows such crimes to happen This is something that Yizhar also touches on the horrible irony of being exiled by exiles The Potato Surprise A Brimstone Preuel roles are easily exchanged and it is only the circumstances that place one behind the gun and the other before it I end the book with great Winning The Player respect for Yizhar as a writer and only wish I could Hell for the Company Brimstone #1 read it in the original Hebrew the afterward gives some hints at what I missed in the translated text but also for him as a man with the courage not to accept the myth of one s purity

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סיפור חרבת חזעה review Ê 103 S. Yizhar » 3 review download á eBook or Kindle ePUB » S. Yizhar   Published just months after the founding of the state of Israel and the end of the 1948 war the novella Khirbet Khizeh was an immediate sensation when it first appeared Since then the book has continued to challenge and disturb even finding its way onto the school curriculum in Israel The various debates it has prompted would themselves make Khirbet Khizeh worth reading but the novella. First published in 1949 this documents the dislocation of Palestinians from their villages here the fictional village Khirbet Khizeh as told by an Israeli soldier on the ground who seems to be the only one seeing how the palestinians are sent into the same exile the Israelis just escaped This is the story of Al Nakba The Palestinian Catastrophe or the War of Independence as it is known in Israel And on both sides this is still part of the crisis and the lack of resolution is preventing peace in the areaS Yizhar writtes in long almost stream of consciousness sentences a format that fits the story well as a great deal of the narrative is the consciousness of the narrator battling his sense of duty and less honourable motives it is easier after all not to say anything even when your mind recognises the image af rows of poor people being deported like cattle without any possessions being loaded onto vehicles and taken away It is a well written book about a human tragedy but told from the winning side this set s it apart from so many other stories of war


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