Israel and the Palestinian nightmare
By Ze'ev Shemer
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Published: July 26, 2013
Words: 42,400 (approximate)
It is both a reliable reference book, and captivating description and review of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Israel and the Palestinian nightmare, answers some of the toughest questions regarding Israel and the people referred to as Palestinians. It takes the reader through a historical narrative that puts current issues into proper perspective. Israel and the Palestinian nightmare is not only a reliable reference book; it is a captivating description and review of the Arab-Israeli conflict. It offers an honest account of when and where Israel went wrong, covers facts relating to the origins of the modern State of Israel, and the profound effect that history has had upon contemporary events.
This book will clarify many of the misconceptions that exist regarding this conflict and it is essential reading for both scholars and laymen alike.
"In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act." George Orwell
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