West Meets East: A Primer on the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict
Xlibris Corporation, 24 сент. 2010 г. - Всего страниц: 171
Although Israel and Palestine is a very small piece of land in the planet, it has received more global attention over the last 60 years and perhaps any other part of the globe. This primer is designed to help clarify the issues to give the reader a better understanding of the confl ict. Israel claims it is theirs and Palestine claims it belongs to the Palestinians. This book is intended to validate both claims with the purpose of creating a peace that both people can live side by side in harmony with one another. Many attempts have been made in the past to create a lasting peace. This is the appropriate time in history to bring both parties to the table with the intentions of bringing together a comprehensive peace agreement to both sides.
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