A Concubine in the Middle East
A Concubine in the Middle East by Ezra Sohar, places special emphasis on what the State of Israel has done to further the interests of the United States - not only what the United States has done for Israel.' - Yitzhak Shamir Former Prime Minister of Israel
'Of major importance is the author's insightful analysis of the considerations that moved America to help Israel and yet consistently prevent it from gaining full advantage from its victories over its aggressive neighbors.'- Professor Ben-Tzion Netanyahu
A Concubine in the Middle East describes the relationship between the United States, Israel and the Arab states in the second half of the 20th Century. America's foreign policy vis-a-vis the State of Israel is analyzed, as well as America's policy towards the Arab states. Topics such as the Israel-Palestinian peace politics, foreign aid, jihad, and American Jewry's dilemma with 'dual loyalty' are brilliantly addressed in this very important volume.
Professor Ezra Sohar has led a distinguished career as an internationally renowned medical expert and a pioneering environmentalist. The author of eight books, Professor Sohar, a Lt. Col. (Res.) in Israel's Medical Corps, serves on the Steering Committee of the Ariel Center for Policy Research. The Ariel Center for Policy Research, a non-partisan organization devoted to incisive research and discussion of political and strategic issues concerning Israel and the Jewish people.
- Language: English
- Author/Artist: Ezra Sohar
- Pages: 332
- Genre: History & Current Events
- Binding: Hard cover
- Media: Book