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Name a great ancient "palestinian" historian You cannot.
The Oslo Accord, negotiated by Israelis and Palestinians, with virtually no US or EU involvement, was a great step forward towards creating a Palestinian state.
Nonetheless the content of the book is well written, analysis is backed up with many examples and evidence.
This compilation of essays is thought provoking. The essays will stimulate your search for a peaceful solution to the Israel/Palestine divide.Published 11 months ago by Peter F. Spalding
Avi, open a history book!
There is no palestine. Palestine was nothing but the English European name for Israel. Read more
This is my first serious reading foray on the Israeli Palestinian issue. As such, I do not feel I can confidently compare or contrast it to any other work. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ciara
The jig is up. All other things being equal, if they were equal, Mr. Avi's recounting of what he thinks the real history and situation of Israel is, would be a refreshing... Read morePublished on March 15, 2011 by L. Kaplan
One of a few books that talks about how Israeli came to own the land of Palestinian with facts unlike Zionist propagandists' books. Read morePublished on March 5, 2011 by Amanda
This book was not written of a piece - as noted in the product description it is a collection of writings over a 30 year period. Read morePublished on December 31, 2009 by James E. Anderson
Shlaim believes that "job of the historian is to judge". This seems, alas, to entail some noticeable shoe-horning of reality to fit the requirements of ideological fashion and... Read morePublished on November 17, 2009 by bk_readr
Israel and Palestine
The author claims to be a historian. His new volume starts with the erroneous maps. Read more