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Hazan, a French editor and publisher, visited three West Bank towns in the summer of 2006 to observe the human cost of the Israeli occupation, which has lasted almost 40 years. He writes simply of the Palestinians he meets-mayors, mothers, militants, farmers, and others-surviving the ongoing economic, social, and political repression and daily humiliations. Hazan presents the human tragedy endured by the Palestinians without an analytic frame and concludes with his amazement that they can remain optimistic about the future. His perspective is important for library collections.
—Elizabeth R. Hayford