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Understanding the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: A Primer by Phyllis Bennis

UNDERSTANDING THE PALESTINIAN-ISRAELI CONFLICT:

A PRIMER

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Phyllis Bennis, Understanding the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: A Primer, which has been updated and lengthened (144 pages), is now available from Interlink Publishing.  You can order copies by calling 1 800 238 LINK, or sending an email to sales@interlinkbooks.com.  The book sells for $7.95 each

In the meantime, the earlier second edition of  Understanding the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict is available electronically

 

Click here for more details on endtheoccupation.org Site


This electronic version of the primer was made available to the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation with permission from the Trans-Arab Research Institute (TARI).

TARI provides scholarly studies oriented towards understanding the present social, cultural, economic and political issues confronting Middle Eastern societies. TARI provides a venue for interactive meetings between Middle Eastern and international participants and provides focused research and public venues to analyze, discuss and present alternative perspectives. TARI organizes conferences, seminars and workshops to exchange ideas and present scholarly papers, as well as produce publications to share research and seminar results with the general public and specialists on the area.


Phyllis Bennis is a fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington and of the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam. She directs the New Internationalism Project, which focuses on U.S. policy in the Middle East, U.S.-UN relations, and U.S. unilateralism and interventions. Her books include Before & After: U.S. Foreign Policy and the September 11th Crisis, Calling the Shots: How Washington Dominates Today's UN, and Beyond the Storm: A Gulf Crisis Reader. She is co-chair of the steering committee of the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation and works closely with the United for Peace and Justice coalition in the U.S. and with numerous anti-war organizations in the global peace movement.


All maps courtesy of PASSIA. Front cover photo of Damascus Gate in Jerusalem courtesy of Ali Hadjarian. Publication design by Geoff Hartman at inSite graphics.