Who Owns the Land

Who Owns the Land

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"An update of Stanley Ellisen's 1991 best-selling book examining Middle East history from a biblical perspective. In addition to offering perspective on recent events, Who Owns the Land? traces the journey of the Jewish people through history and explains the events that have led to their determined stand in Palestine today. Describes the numerous Jewish migrations and expulsions, the emergence of Zionism, World War II and the Holocaust, and a biblical view of the Jews' promised restoration."

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781589262997
Publisher: Oasis Audio
Publication date: 09/28/2003
Edition description: Unabridged
Product dimensions: 6.18(w) x 6.06(h) x 0.95(d)

Table of Contents

Preface to Original Editionviii
Preface to Revised Editionx
1.Contours of Conflict1
2.A Family Feud Rekindled5
3.The Jews in Worldwide Dispersion13
4.Jewish Migrations and Expulsions23
5.Zionism: Turning Dreams into Drama39
6.World War II and the Holocaust53
7.The Tattered Remnant and the New State of Israel65
8.Israel's Defense and Expansion81
9.Convulsions from Within: Intifada91
10.To Whom Does the Land Really Belong?113
11.Divine Assessment and Promised Restoration131
Appendix AChronology149
Appendix BInternational Documents151
Endnotes177
Select Bibliography187
Index195
Maps
Arab Nations after WWI45
Sykes-Picot Frontier Proposal47
British Balfour Declaration Borders, 191749
UN Partition of Palestine, 194771
Israel's Borders Following War of Independence, 194877
Israel's Borders after the Six-Day War, 196785
Agreements and Land Transfers (1994-99)103
Return of Jews to Israel since 1948123

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WordsofTruth More than 1 year ago
This is a "quick" overview of the Middle East conflict without a lot of Biblical content until chapter 10. Then in chapter 11, it sets forth comments quite thought-provoking. The maps are clear and well-defined. The chronology is helpful in keeping everything orderly. Most intriguing is Appendix B, which is an inclusion of 16 of the international documents related to the land rights in Palestine, such as the McMahon-Hussein letter, 1915; the Balfour Declaration, 1917; the Feisal-Weizmann Agreement of 1919; The White Paper, 1922; UN Resolutions 242 and 338 - all the way to the Trilateral Statement of 2000. It's a book well worth having in the home library, or any library.