First-generation Palestinian refugees recall life before and after the Nakba
American philologist Edward Robinson (1794-1863), aided by his... Læs mere
Shows that despite the prevalence of violent resistance by Palestinians, nonviolent activism was also frequently resorted to. This book... Læs mere
This study of the relationship between three anti-Zionist bodies in Britain also analyzes the Zionist attitude to the Jewish Fellowship, the Arab Office and the Committee for Arab Affairs.
Offers a critique of received histories, and the outline of a radically different narrative of the life and times of Palestine under British domination.
For most of the 20th century, considered opinion in the US regarding Palestine has favored the inherent right of Jews to... Læs mere
This book will make even persons who consider themselves knowledgeable on the Middle East see the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a new light. It shows that at key turning points the United Nations acted on inaccurate information and false promises.
Takes a close look at how more than two dozen major American print and broadcast outlets that... Læs mere