Titolo: Palestine: In Need of a Just God
Casa editrice: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Data di pubblicazione: 2011
Condizione libro: very good
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Riassunto: Palestine is a land in turmoil. For most of the past century it has been under invasion by European colonizers, the Ashkenazim. By means ranging from simple occupation to armed invasion, these invaders have taken more than 90% of the Holy Land from its original inhabitants who have lived there for millennia. Many Israelis do not agree with this assault, but they have little power to control it. After decades of unremitting struggle, Palestine and its people have become the vortex of an unstable and increasingly desperate human tragedy. This book examines the situation from a Palestinian perspective. It looks factually at recent stages in the Israeli process of colonizing Palestine, but it centers on the efforts of the people themselves to cope with invasion, run a burgeoning Palestinian society, and protect for themselves some part of their shrinking homeland. This book displays one of the worst faces of modern political and military power with the hope that sanity ultimately will prevail, and the rights of the Palestinian people will be protected.
L'autore: Terrell E. Arnold is a retired Senior Foreign Service Officer who served in diplomatic and consular postings to Egypt, Syria, India, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, and Brazil. Other key assignments included Chairman of the Department of International Studies of the National War College and Deputy Director of the State Department Office of the Ambassador for Counterterrorism and Emergency Management. After US Navy service during World War II and the Korean War, he received an AB degree in English and History from Stanford University and a master?s degree in Political Science and Economics from San Jose State University. He is author and co-author/editor of six books on politically motivated violence and related issues. A native of West Virginia, he and his wife now live in Central Wisconsin where he is president elect of the Rotary club, teaches courses in the adult education program of the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, and serves on the editorial board of the regional daily newspaper. He is author, co-author and editor of six books on political violence and related issues
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