State of terror: how terrorism created modern Israel

State of terror: how terrorism created modern Israel
Publisher: Skyscraper Publications
Published Date: October 2016
ISBN-13: 978-1911072034

Tapping a trove of source documents poorly explored, Suarez challenges the prevailing narrative of a clash between Arabs and Jews as depicted by the mass media. He demonstrates historically what to honest and informed observers is obvious from the present reality: that the entire tragic history is the violent takeover of Palestine by a European settler movement that couched its goals in pretences of messianic entitlement Zionism. Suarez details a shocking campaign of Zionist terrorism in the 1940s and 1950s that targeted anyone in the way of its goals, whether the British government, the indigenous Palestinians, or Jews. Indeed, Suárez dismisses Zionism s very raison d'etre safe haven for Jews as a cynical fraud, exposing the racial-nationalist movement as itself consummately anti-Semitic.

 

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