Palestine Betrayed ePub download
by Efraim Karsh
- ISBN: 0300127278
- ISBN13: 978-0300127270
- ePub: 1169 kb | FB2: 1814 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Politics & Government
- Publisher: Yale University Press; First Edition (1st printing), edition (April 27, 2010)
- Pages: 336
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 172
- Format: lrf mbr docx azw
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The 1947 UN resolution to partition Palestine irrevocably changed the political landscape of the Middle East.
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Efraim Karsh (Hebrew: אפרים קארש; born 1953) is an Israeli–British historian, the founding director and emeritus .
Since 2013, he serves as professor of Political Studies at Bar-Ilan University (where he also directs the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies).
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His books include Islamic Imperialism: A History; The Arab-Israeli Conflict: The Palestine War, 1948; Saddam Hussein: A Political Biography; and Empires of the Sand: The Struggle for Mastery in the Middle East, 1789-1923. Country of Publication.
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This book talks about the historical aspects of the present conflict and Karsh believes Palestine was betrayed by those who refused compromise.
This book talks about the historical aspects of the present conflict and Karsh believes Palestine was betrayed by those who refused compromise. It’s an important book and a singular book because most books on this subject attack Israel. He tries to establish the responsibility of the Arabs for the failure of the partition of Palestine.
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The 1947 UN resolution to partition Palestine irrevocably changed the political landscape of the Middle East, giving rise to six full-fledged wars between Arabs and Jews, countless armed clashes, blockades, and terrorism, as well as a profound shattering of Palestinian Arab society. Its origins, and that of the wider Arab-Israeli conflict, are deeply rooted in Jewish-Arab confrontation and appropriation in Palestine. But the isolated occasions of violence during the British Mandate era (1920–48) suggest that the majority of Palestinian Arabs yearned to live and thrive under peaceful coexistence with the evolving Jewish national enterprise. So what was the real cause of the breakdown in relations between the two communities?
In this brave and groundbreaking book, Efraim Karsh tells the story from both the Arab and Jewish perspectives. He argues that from the early 1920s onward, a corrupt and extremist leadership worked toward eliminating the Jewish national revival and protecting its own interests. Karsh has mined many of the Western, Soviet, UN, and Israeli documents declassified over the past decade, as well as unfamiliar Arab sources, to reveal what happened behind the scenes on both Palestinian and Jewish sides. It is an arresting story of delicate political and diplomatic maneuvering by leading figures—Ben Gurion, Hajj Amin Husseini, Abdel Rahman Azzam, King Abdullah, Bevin, and Truman —over the years leading up to partition, through the slide to war and its enduring consequences. Palestine Betrayed is vital reading for understanding the origin of disputes that remain crucial today.