"Myths and Facts: A Guide to the Arab-Israeli Conflict" is a
revised and updated version of the classic guide to the Arab-Israeli
conflict including all the events since Oslo.
The American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise has published an
unparalleled guide to the ongoing Middle East conflict. It includes a
comprehensive discussion of the many myths about Israel and the Jews
that have circulated for decades.
Author Mitchell G. Bard, a foreign policy analysts and expert
on U.S.-Middle East policy, dispels scores of myths covering several
historical eras, including:
"Palestine was always an Arab country."
"The Zionists could have chosen another country besides Palestine."
"Israel usurped all of Palestine in 1948."
"The Jews started the first war with the Arabs."
"Israel has been an expansionist state since its creation."
"Israel illegally annexed the Golan Heights in 1981."
"The Palestinians have been denied a voice at the U.N."
"1 million Palestinians were expelled by Israel from 1947-49."
These and many other contentions are refuted with accurate
historical data. The book also contains several maps and tables to help
the reader gain a better understanding of the conflict.
Learn to discern the truth about today's events in the Middle East by arming yourself with this invaluable reference book.