Books about arab israeli conflict

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Popular Arab Israeli Conflict Books

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The Struggle for Palestinian Rights: Revisiting US Policy and International Law

Conflicting or irreconcilable narratives mean that works which tell the story of, and from, both sides, are rare. Here are ten others which in different ways and at different times have made a significant contribution to illuminating this unending story. Storrs was the first British military governor of Jerusalem after the Ottoman surrender in December
Michael B. Oren

Enemies and Neighbours: Arabs and Jews in Palestine and Israel, 1917-2017 – review

On Friday 23rd December the UN passed a resolution demanding a stop to Israeli settlement in the occupied territories as, in a shock move, the US refused to veto the resolution. But with Trump tweeting that Israel should 'stay strong' until his inauguration, progress still seems unlikely. Verso presents a list of books from Israeli, Palestinian, and anti-imperialist authors, to explain the conflict and provide some perspectives on the future. Controversial indictment of those who exploit the tragedy of the Holocaust for their own gain. With characteristic rigor and readability, Avi Shlaim reflects on a range of key issues, transformations and personalities in the Israel—Palestine conflict. We use cookies to enhance your experience. Dismiss this message or find out more.

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by Michael B. Oren

How the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Began - History

Make Your Own List. The author and political blogger chooses five books on the Israel-Palestine conflict and compares the Palestinians to the Jews in diaspora: as the land disappears under their feet, their identity grows stronger. Author and political blogger Robin Yassin-Kassab argues that Palestinians have a strange stateless existence very like the Jews had in the past. As the land disappears from under their feet, their identity as a nation paradoxically grows stronger. This is very important because the ethnic cleansing of Palestine is the original sin of Zionism and the root of the current problem.


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