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  • Series: Encounter Broadsides (Book 24)
  • Paperback: 48 pages
  • Publisher: Encounter Books (September 13, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1594036209
  • ISBN-13: 978-1594036200
  • Product Dimensions: 0.2 x 4.5 x 6.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Brian Schiff on December 1, 2011
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Hitler would appreciate the resemblance of much of today's world to his time spent in a Vienna flophouse in the early twentieth century,surrounding himself with maven Jew haters,nuts in general-and, obviously less fools than in the world today whose raison d'etre is to con as many people as possible that they're antiZionists-not antisemites.Sol Stern's excellent short argument against the ongoing morally bankcrupt delegitamization
of Israel kicks off with Mahmoud Abbas's tale published in the New York Times;'The Long Overdue Palestinian State' shows that The NY Times hasn't progressed morally since Walter Duranty won a Pulitzer Prize for writing stories sympathetic to Stalin,while Stalin was deliberately starving millions of people to death in the Ukraine in the thirties.After kicking off with Abbas's delusions(the schmuck says elsewhere that the new Palestine will be Judenrein),Stern moves through the various orchestrations of British self interest and Jew hatred,corrupt and otherwise war criminal Jew hater's such as the Mufti of Jerusalem and his association with his buddy Hitler and obviously Abbas's perpetuation of the Nakba myth that Jews victimized Arabs-and not in reality,the other way around.In 'a blast from the past',Stern brings in IF Stone for the finale;Stone was probably the original Noam Chomsky;a "self-hating Jew",probably a KGB agent,whom non-Jewish novelist James Michener labelled anti-Jewish;nevertheless,for a brief period,Stone-in the Howard Cosell tradition-'told it like it was'-and while writing factually about the conflict during the '48 War for Independence era,didn't write-or otherwise blame Israel for Arab refugees.
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By Len Levinson on March 24, 2014
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This book provides the basic facts of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in case anybody's interested. Palestinians, their supporters, and other anti-Semites will hate it because it doesn't support their bloodthirsty agenda. They'll claim that facts aren't facts, or might use one of their favorite criticisms, that it's too "one-sided", because it doesn't properly respect distortions and inventions of history by suicide bombers.
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Simply and cleary told truth for once. A great buy for all who need to get some real facts on this subject.
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19 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Omer Belsky on May 3, 2012
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I rarely discuss the series under whose imprimatur a certain work is published, but in the case of Sol Stern's extremist pamphlet "A Century of Palestinian Rejectionism", I have to quote, without comment, the series ("Encounter Broadsides")'s self description: "uniting an 18th century wit (think The Federalist Papers, Common Sense), with 21st century technology... [we] offer indispensable ammunition for intelligent debate on the critical issues of our time...

Stern's pamphlet has two aims. First, he wishes to establish that a New York times op-ed by the President of the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas, is based upon "blatant lies". Furthermore, he argues that the story of the Israeli-Arab conflict is a century of "Palestinian Rejectionism".

So what are the lies? Stern's sole critique is of Abbas's description of his family's flight from Safed in 1948. Safed, now a city in Northern Israel, had about ten Arabs for each Jewish resident in 1948, and yet was included in the Jewish zone of the 1947 UN partition plan. Following the partition decision, Safed's and neighboring Arabs attacked the Jewish quarter and shelled it. Israeli forces counter attacked and took over the city in May 1948. Most of Safed's Arab population fled Safed, fearing Jewish retribution for previous massacres against the Jews. This was not an unreasonable fear: the massacre of Arab civilians in Deir Yassin took place only a month earlier.

Abbas's op-ed describes these events thus: "Sixty-three years ago, a 13-year-old Palestinian boy was forced to leave his home in the Galilean city of Safed and flee with his family to Syria " Is this a fair and balanced description of the events? Not particularly. But surely, it is not an unusually dishonest statement for a politician.
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