Before Turf and Holy Wars, Zionists and Arabs Were Cousins

In his new book, Jonathan Marc Gribetz offers surprising insight into how the two groups in early 20th-century Palestine saw each other through a religious, but not necessarily hostile, lens.

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“Defining Neighbors: Religion, Race, and the Early Zionist-Arab Encounter,” by Jonathan Marc Gribetz, Princeton University Press, 312 pages, $35