Not a Vanishing Breed

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Trafford, 2010 - History - 312 pages
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Same as the three previous volumes: The Unavoidable Surgery, Holocaust and Redemption and Coexistence with Hagar's Offspring this book is another chapter in Jewish History and deals also with the old Arab-Israeli conflict. One of the problems is the important controversial issue of Transfer or Arab Deportation. The problem of Transfer of people in order to put an end to more wars and more blood sheds. Unfortunately, many countries had to use this means, including the United States (the Indians, Winfield Scott and the Cherokees, the inhabitants of Marshall Islands in order to enable the Americans to perform their Nuclear Tests, etc.). For several past and present experiences, the Deportation of Ethnic Minorities for the sake of improving the stability of the region was not considered a great violation of Human Rights. A Jewish Government, an Israeli Government that does not operate in this direction is not fulfilling its duties, is not functioning adequately, is betraying its voters and should be replaced. To attain Peace in the Middle East, the Arabs must recognize the right of Israel to exist as a Jewish State and stop their belligerent attitude towards Israel.

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About the author (2010)

Mati Alon, a Sabra, was born and raised in Haifa, Israel. Living in this city with a substantial Arab population, the author learned the Arabic language and customs, thus enabling him to write the authoritative study of Not A Vanishing Breed.

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