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Here, again, there are problems he does not adequately address.
After reading Mr. Abunimah's book, I am convinced that one state with equal rights for all citizens is the only solution that makes sense.
I plead with anyone who has been concerned with the struggle in Palestine-Israel to read this amazing book.
Finally, a hopeful book about the potential for peace and equality in Israel/Palestine. We have long been bemoaning the lost opportunity for a two state solution; the ever... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Kathy Felgran
The bold proposal was the one advanced by the Arabs in 1936 and 1947. Tout c'est change, c'est le meme chose.Published 4 months ago by @GOPIsrael
I read this book after Tsvi Misinai's "Brother Shall Not Lift Sword Against Brother" and before Caroline Glick's "The Israel Solution". Read morePublished 4 months ago by Konrad Riggenmann
The book is extremely well written, but unfortunately it is based on well meant wishful thinking and not on the sad reality.Published 5 months ago by Dr. Abraham Z. Simhony
In January 1970 I made aliyah (immigrated) to Israel, and less than two years later returned home to USA in disappointment and disgust because of the policies of the Israel... Read morePublished 5 months ago by David Ratliff
The book is indeed a bold and common sense proposal for a complex issue of our times. Abunimah does an excellent job making his case for a one state solution interweaving first... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ronnie Malley
Thinking the impossible is the only way ahead. This book does this with suprising calmness and real hope. Read morePublished 16 months ago by john allison
This book is written by an author wracked by delusion. His views are as as unpractical as they are divorced from any reality. At least fiction is entertaining. Read morePublished on November 19, 2012 by Mr. Brian Glenville