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Ending the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Arab-Jewish Partnerships

by Landrum Bolling

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A hopeful and discouraging summary of Middle East issues. ( )
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From the foreword by Amb. Philip Wilcox, Jr.: I know of no other American who can equal Landrum Bolling’s forty years of commitment to and dedicated personal involvement in peace between Israelis and Palestinians. This brief book of deeply informed reflection and analysis is based on Bolling’s unique and distinguished career as a citizen-peacemaker, a friend of and advisor to many American, Israeli and Palestinian statesmen, a philanthropic and humanitarian leader, and a constant advocate for a just Israel-Palestine peace. His efforts have touched the lives of many. Bolling’s book is a valuable review, beginning a century ago, of the competing struggles for nationhood, sovereignty, and security between Jews and Palestinians over the same land, to which both peoples are profoundly attached. In readable prose, it combines an efficient summary of diplomatic history with rich personal anecdotes that illustratrate Bolling’s analysis. The author’s deep friendships with many leading Israeli and Palestinian activists and his respect and sympathy for the struggles of both peoples give this book special authenticity and credibility on a subject that, alas, has produced too much strident partisanship and too few prescriptions for peace. Ending the Israel-Palestinian Conflict breaks new and controversial ground on advocating a permanent solution to the conflict. It commands attention.

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