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Arafat's war : the man and his battle for Israeli conquest

Author: אפרים קארש. ; Efraim Karsh
Publisher: ספרית מעריב ; מרכז בגין־סאדאת למחקרים אסטרטגיים, אוניברסיטת בר־אילן, New York : Grove Press, ©2003.
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A comprehensive account of the collapse of the most promising peace process between Israel and the Palestinians; Efraim Karsh argues that Yasir Arafat is less interested in the liberation of the West Bank and Gaza, or even with the establishment of a Palestinian state, than in the PLO's historic goal of Israel's destruction.
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Named Person: Yasir Arafat; Yāsir ʻArafāt; Yasir Arafat
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: אפרים קארש. ; Efraim Karsh
ISBN: 0802117589 9780802117588 0802141587 9780802141583
OCLC Number: 52090707
Description: 296 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The Man and His World --
The Road to Oslo --
A Trojan Horse --
A License to Hate --
Hate Thy Neighbor --
Terror Until Victory --
Eyeless in Gaza --
The Tunnel War --
Showdown in Camp David --
Countdown to War --
Why War? --
Violence Pays --
The Turning of the Tide.
Responsibility: Efraim Karsh.
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A comprehensive account of the collapse of the most promising peace process between Israel and the Palestinians; Efraim Karsh argues that Yasir Arafat is less interested in the liberation of the West Bank and Gaza, or even with the establishment of a Palestinian state, than in the PLO's historic goal of Israel's destruction.

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"The savage battle between Palestinians and Israelis is often presented as if it were historically predestined. But in this eye-opening and exhaustively researched book, Karsh shows us that it is in Read more...

 
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