Israel undercover: secret warfare and hidden diplomacy in the Middle East

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Syracuse University Press, 1987 - History - 350 pages
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Describes Israel's use of spies in Lebanon during the seventies, the secret relations between Israel and Jordan, and U.S. secret channels to the PLO

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A tale of the secret diplomacy in the Arab-Israeli conflict. Posner focuses on violence and terrorism employed by the Palestinians in their quest for nationhood, and on inter-communal violence in the ... Read full review

Contents

The Merciless Sword
1
Caucasias Legacy
10
The Human Factor
20
Copyright

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Steve Posner has been a spiritual teacher for more than thirty years. He has an Ed.M. from Harvard, and his writings have appeared in the "Washington Post," the "Boston Globe," the "International Herald Tribune," and numerous other publications. He lives in San Diego, California, and Shanghai, China. Visit his Web site at www.steveposner.com.

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