Israel v Palestine: which side is the left on?

Wheatcroft, Geoffrey
October 1999
New Statesman;10/18/99, Vol. 128 Issue 4458, p32
Deals with the history of the Arab-Jewish conflict in Palestine. Accounts of the family life of Edward W. Said, a former member of the Palestine National Council in Palestine; Philosophy and campaigns of the Zionist movement; Jewish side of the argument, as observed by George Orwell, in the Arab-Jewish conflict.


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