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Six Days of War: June 1967 and the Making of the Modern Middle East

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  • Posted June 24, 2013

    So well written and so thorough! An important reflection of toda

    So well written and so thorough! An important reflection of today's events.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2011

    AMAZING BOOK

    One of the few books that provides both sides of the story in a non biased way.

    You will read one paragraph and learn more than from reading most books.
    GREAT WRITER

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  • Posted November 11, 2009

    Six days of miracles

    You go along with the troops in the struggle to overcome. The book is interesting easy to read.

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  • Posted November 17, 2008

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    One point of clarification....,

    There is a fundamental difference between `armistice' and `peace'. <BR/>Armistice is military. <BR/>Peace is political. <BR/>((It is strange to see that those who wanted to lend their names to `peace between Israel/Arabs, have been killed. (!!!) Sadat - Rabin - and even Arafat whose sudden demise is still questionable.)) <BR/><BR/>However, just one point of clarification: going back in history to the November 29th. 1947 UN Partition Plan of Palestine to resolve the Arab-Jewish conflict, it is worth mentioning that the Arabs did indeed accept Partition. <BR/><BR/>The irony is that they (Arabs) have not had the audacity to declare it openly. <BR/><BR/>Arab delegations worked and attended meetings the gist of which had been the `Partition Plan', but never echoed their acceptance, with concern, to significant number of the Palestinian population, most of all to Hajj Amine Husseini and his supporters. <BR/><BR/>Whereas the `Jews' (there was no Israel per se in 1947) while publicly and vocally advocated their support for `Partition', actually worked against it and fought in 1948 with full force and got more than prescribed in the UN Resolution 181.

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