The End of Days: Fundamentalism and the Struggle for the Temple Mount

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End of Days A seasoned journalist guides readers through the violent struggle for Jerusalem's sacred Temple Mount. Full description

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"Gorenberg...shows himself an insightful listener."--The New York Times Book Review
"Dismayingly good history....Gorenberg's book predicts not only the eruption but the location of each fault line."--Washington Post Book World
"A prescient and invaluable guide to understanding the collapse of the peace process and the dangerously escalating conflict that has replaced it....Gorenberg's vivid descriptions of the setting and his well-crafted development of the characters make this book read like a millennial thriller,
leaving the reader with a bone-chilling sensation about the violent events currently unfolding in Jerusalem."--Boston Globe
"Gorenberg's prescience is manifest....This valuable study greatly enhances readers' grasp of [the] Middle East's religious and political complexities."--Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Few American journalists understand evangelical theology well enough to explain the Christian Right, few Israeli journalists take messianic Zionism seriously enough to explain the right-wing settlers, and few of either investigate Islam as more than a caricature. Gershom Gorenberg has the
intellectual depth and journalistic curiosity to do all three, and as a result, his warnings chill the bone."--The New Republic
"Gorenberg...shows himself an insightful listener."--The New York Times Book Review
"Dismayingly good history....Gorenberg's book predicts not only the eruption but the location of each fault line."--Washington Post Book World
"A prescient and invaluable guide to understanding the collapse of the peace process and the dangerously escalating conflict that has replaced it....Gorenberg's vivid descriptions of the setting and his well-crafted development of the characters make this book read like a millennial thriller,
leaving the reader with a bone-chilling sensation about the violent events currently unfolding in Jerusalem."--Boston Globe
"Gorenberg's prescience is manifest....This valuable study greatly enhances readers' grasp of [the] Middle East's religious and political complexities."--Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Few American journalists understand evangelical theology well enough to explain the Christian Right, few Israeli journalists take messianic Zionism seriously enough to explain the right-wing settlers, and few of either investigate Islam as more than a caricature. Gershom Gorenberg has the
intellectual depth and journalistic curiosity to do all three, and as a result, his warnings chill the bone."--The New Republic
"Gorenberg...shows himself an insightful listener."--The New York Times Book Review
"Dismayingly good history....Gorenberg's book predicts not only the eruption but the location of each fault line."--Washington Post Book World
"A prescient and invaluable guide to understanding the collapse of the peace process and the dangerously escalating conflict that has replaced it....Gorenberg's vivid descriptions of the setting and his well-crafted development of the characters make this book read like a millennial thriller, leaving the reader with a bone-chilling sensation about the violent events currently unfolding in Jerusalem."--Boston Globe
"Gorenberg's prescience is manifest....This valuable study greatly enhances readers' grasp of [the] Middle East's religious and political complexities."--Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Few American journalists understand evangelical theology well enough to explain the Christian Right, few Israeli journalists take messianic Zionism seriously enough to explain the right-wing settlers, and few of either investigate Islam as more than a caricature. Gershom Gorenberg has the intellectual depth and journalistic curiosity to do all three, and as a result, his warnings chill the bone."--The New Republic
"Gorenberg...shows himself an insightful listener."--The New York Times Book Review


"Dismayingly good history....Gorenberg's book predicts not only the eruption but the location of each fault line."--Washington Post Book World


"A prescient and invaluable guide to understanding the collapse of the peace process and the dangerously escalating conflict that has replaced it....Gorenberg's vivid descriptions of the setting and his well-crafted development of the characters make this book read like a millennial thriller, leaving the reader with a bone-chilling sensation about the violent events currently unfolding in Jerusalem."--Boston Globe


"Gorenberg's prescience is manifest....This valuable study greatly enhances readers' grasp of [the] Middle East's religious and political complexities."--Publishers Weekly, starred review


"Few American journalists understand evangelical theology well enough to explain the Christian Right, few Israeli journalists take messianic Zionism seriously enough to explain the right-wing settlers, and few of either investigate Islam as more than a caricature. Gershom Gorenberg has the intellectual depth and journalistic curiosity to do all three, and as a result, his warnings chill the bone."--The New Republic


About the Author:

Gershom Gorenberg is an associate editor and columnist for The Jerusalem Report, a regular contributor to The New Republic and an associate of the Center for Millennial Studies at Boston University. He lives in Jerusalem, where he has spent years covering the dangerous mix of religion and politics.

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