Understanding the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: A Primer

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Olive Branch Press, 2007 - History - 196 pages
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If you have ever wondered Why is there so much violence in the Middle East?, Who are the Palestinians anyway?, What are the occupied territories? or What does Israel want?, then this is the book for you. With straightforward language, Phyllis Bennis, longtime analyst of the region, answers basic questions about Israel and Israelis, Palestine and Palestinians, the US and the Middle East, Zionism and anti-Semitism; about complex issues ranging from the Oslo peace process to the election of Hamas. Together her answers provide a comprehensive understanding of the long-standing Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

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User Review  - Yonis Gure - Goodreads

A Brave Jew! Phyllis Bennis meticulously dissects the Israel/Palestine impasse/Conflict/Struggle. I Recommend this to anyone who either knows nothing or very little about the issue. Read full review

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User Review  - Grace Harrington - Goodreads

I really enjoy the question answer format of this book. Although it is very pro Palestinian, it gives a very accurate and fact full perspective on how the conference has been shipped. The set up provides an easy way to read and understand for those who don't know the conflict Read full review

Contents

Why is there so much violence in the Middle East Isnt there violence
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Who are the Palestinians? Where did they come from? i i
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What do the Palestinians want?
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Phyllis Bennis is the director of the New Internationalism Program at the Institute for Policy Studies and author of many books, including Challenging Empire: How People, Governments, and the UN Defy US Power and the first in this series, Understanding the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict. She is a frequent television and radio commentator, and her editorials have appeared in many national publications.

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