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Palestine Peace Not Apartheid


President Carter, who was able to negotiate peace between Israel and Egypt, has remained deeply involved in Middle East affairs since leaving the ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 5.000

Mandatory reading about the Middle East

by kdPA on Jan 19, 2009

Carter, as always, is not afraid of the truth. Respect for Palestinian rights are, and always have been, *the* key to resolving our "war" on Islamic terror. Any one who wonders why peace in the Middle East, as well as in our more general relationships with the Islamic world, has proven so hard to achieve, should read this book. President Carter received a lot of criticism when this book came out, but - in my view - the harshness of the criticism is a true measure of how close to the mark he came. It's time the horrors of the Holocaust ceased to be the trump card that overrules fairness, justice and peace. Two wrongs, as the saying goes, do not make a right.

by Zuheir on Dec 26, 2008

Excellent reading especially for those with little background on the Palestinian Israeli conflict. In my view this book is non bias and fair to both parties. Must read.


Finally... the Truth!

by RazorRay on Aug 9, 2007

This is the book organizations like AIPAC... DO NOT want you to read! An in depth look at the history of Palestine and the Palestinians peoples conflict with its Israeli occupiers. Grim, harrowing but brutally honest. Our nations greatest elder statesman takes us where few other credible, unbiased and unabashed writers have ever had the "chutzpah" to do so. There's a reason the cries of "anti-semitism" followed the release of this volume as truth will always bring the same from any peoples whom would disavow anyone who dare speak, dare we say... the TRUTH!

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