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But the Zionist-Israelis are stumped, because everything they have tried since the 1940s has not worked -- occupation, ethnic cleansing, massacres, curfews, walls, drones, massive military destruction, sieges, semistarvation, forced exile, regular assassinations, mass incarceration, the demolition of homes, refusing permits to build new homes, limiting access to water sources, restricting commercial flows, withholding collected tax monies, expanding Zionist colonies and settlements, Judaizing Jerusalem and other Palestinian places.
While well spiced with provocative interdisciplinary interpellations--from Pierre Bourdieu's articulation of the logic of practice to contemporary medical studies of the effects of semistarvation on human bodies--this book remains dedicated to a critical analysis of ancient texts on their own terms.
Irritability, anxiety, depression, and other disturbing emotional reactions can result from the semistarvation associated with dieting (Keys, Biozek, Herschel, Michelson, & Taylor, 1950, Ross, 1994, Stunkard & Rush, 1974).
Eleven million women and one million men in the United States suffer from eating disorders--either self-induced semistarvation (anorexia nervosa) or a cycle of bingeing and purging with laxatives, self-induced vomiting, or excessive exercise (bulimia nervosa) (Dunn 1992; Fairburn, Cooper, and Cooper 1986).
Dieting," and, in Great Britain, "slimming," are trivializing words for what is in fact self-inflicted semistarvation.