Hey Shahar, I just wanted you to know that I received my order (two-for-one Galilean Style sandals) on Monday. [It’s late Wednesday night here].
The Rape of Palestine and the Struggle for Jerusalem
Today we are witnessing the struggle for Jerusalem. As the current Intifadah rages throughout Israel, and international leaders call for the establishment of a Palestinian state, it appears the struggle will be a long
and painful one.
This detailed book begins with the period immediately following the death of
the 'father of Zionism', Theodore Herzl, and provides an important exploration of the historical and political background that colors the Arab-Israeli conflict. From Chaim Weizmann and Lord Balfour, to Yasser
Arafat and Bill Clinton, from the Partition Plan, to the Six Day War, to the Oslo peace process, The Rape of Palestine explores fluctuations and changes in policy during the twentieth century, and their consequences that are unfolding to this day.
'Since we cannot defeat Israel in war we do this in stages. We take any and
every territory that we can of Palestine and establish a sovereignty there, and we use it as a springhead to take more. When the time comes, we can get the Arab nations to join us for the final blow against Israel.'
Yasser Arafat on Jordan TV (1992) on the same day Arafat signed the declaration of peace agreement with Israel 'A legitimate Palestinian entity forms the most important weapon that Arabs have against Israel...'
Arafat's official Fatah website (August 2002)
Lionel I. Casper was born in Scotland in 1941, and was raised in the UK and
Israel. In 1977, he returned to Israel. He currently resides in Jerusalem and engages in the fields of real estate and hi-tech. He is the author of a number of books, mainly historical novels, including The Agreement, published by Gefen Publishing House in 1996.
- Language: English
- Author/Artist: by Lionel I. Casper
- Publisher: Gefen
- Pages: 312
- Genre: History & Current Events
- Binding: Paperback
- Media: Book