- Tel Aviv: Mythography of a City
- Offers an innovative approach to understanding the cultural history of Tel Aviv by exploring the mythical dimension and texture of the city. Founded in 1909 as a "garden suburb" of the Mediterranean port of Jaffa, Tel Aviv soon became a model of Jewish self-rule and was celebrated as a jewel in the crown of Hebrew revival.
- Tel Aviv Walking Tour
- Walk past the various Bauhaus examples, plus a few other sites of historic interest in the cosmopolitan city of Tel Aviv.
- Globetrotter Travel Map: Includes Dead Sea, Eilat, En Boqeq, Haifa, Jaffa Port, Jerusalem, Jerusalemold City, Tel Aviv and Tiber
- This user-friendly travel map has been specifically designed for visitors as a practical and informative guide to Israel. More than just a map, it includes detailed street plans of major towns and large-scale projections of popular tourist destinations. It includes a regional climate chart, full color photographs, concise place names index and much more.
- Al Kibar
- 6 September 2007. A non-descript building in the Syrian desert is destroyed in a midnight air strike by jets from the Israeli Air Force. In the days following the attack, the governments in Tel Aviv and Damascus say nothing.24 April 2008. In a public statement, the Director of the CIA announces that the destroyed building contained a reactor that would have been capable of producing plutonium for nuclear weapons.
- Jett Of Arabia: A True Tale of the Middle East
- The true tales in JETT OF ARABIA takes the reader on a thrilling adventure through the Middle East. Whether in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Petra, Jerusalem, or Cairo, this book gives the reader a first hand view of life on the ground, away from the politics and news cameras.Serious, funny, and surprising, JETT OF ARABIA is a must read for those who love travel, history, or wish to know the region better.
- Introduction to Comparative Law
- Hein Kotz is Director of the Max-Planck Institute for Foreign and International Private Law in Hamburg, he is also sometime Goodhart Professor of Law at Cambridge University and occasional professor at many Universities, including Chicago and Tel Aviv. Konrad Zweigert is the Late Director of the Max-Planck Institute.
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