Spying on Zion: The Secret War Against the Jews by John Loftus, Mark Aarons |, Hardcover | Barnes & Noble
Spying on Zion: The Secret War Against the Jews

Spying on Zion: The Secret War Against the Jews

by John Loftus, Mark Aarons

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George Cohen
The thesis of this absorbing book is that the secret bias of Western governments against the Jews was and is the single largest obstacle to peace in the Middle East. The book presents the point of view of non-Jews, most of whom are retired intelligence officers--the so-called old spies who plotted against Israel and the Zionist movement. Most of the hundreds of intelligence officers the authors interviewed were trained to regard Jews, and hence Israel, as hostile targets. The book is divided into three parts: the first covers the period from the end of World War I to just after the end of World War II, the second covers the postwar era up through the Nixon administration, and the third begins with the CIA's alleged sabotage of Carter's presidency and continues through the Reagan and Bush administrations, during which "sources allege that the Reagan administration set up Israel as the scapegoat for the Iran-Contra scandal, while the White House bought guns from a PLO terrorist and wiretapped American Jews." Loftus and Aarons have documented their sources' allegations with facts from such diverse sources as Oliver North's diary, hundreds of volumes of congressional investigations, and thousands of declassified files. The book is bound to be controversial; the list of "betrayers" is long and includes popes and presidents, kings and queens, statesmen, businessmen, military intelligence, and world movers and shakers of every ilk.

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St. Martin's Press
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