"Hilltop" by Assaf Gavron, - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • MarieCassin@hotmail.com
    • 11.09.13 | 18:07 (IDT)

    Hilltop - as the meaning of its tittle shows, is treating of people , in Israel, mainly sttlers, who "suffers" from their main position in the settlements, in their Own life.... Being at the Hilltop, indicates that the settlers, or any other human being, whose position is at the "top", here, at the top of the hill, i.e., they had a difficulty to reach the Hill (settlements), and to be impacted by the jewi!sh World , the Jewish Country & the Jewish life Inside the country, which by "following them" the settlers has come to be ontop....These "facts, have their "impact " upon the "psyche" of the "settlers", upon their inner selves, upon the "movement of settlers which they "form" Inside the country, being on the Hill (the upper grade of society, or of their position), & on "top" of that hill, ....The problem, is not only about the "psyche" of these settlers, but too, because they belong to a "society" (israelianà which is all the time, confronting "death", a fact which has its impact upon all the people in Israel, and not upon the "settlers" in particular....But, too the settlers, are not only a part of the Israelian society, suffering from the violence, in the "roads", they are most impact by this daily violence wherever they are in these "settlements" .....Marie Cassin Edelman Medelman..

    from the article: Documenting a warped and psychotic society in Israel's Wild West
    First published 18:01 12.08.13 | Last updated 18:01 12.08.13
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