Books written by Ilan Pappe

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Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine by Ilan Pappe

"In order to achieve peaceful coexistence in Palestine/Israel, it is imperative that both Palestinians and Israelis hear the true stories of the other and acknowledge their own wrongdoings.

This book documents, using historical sources, the wrongdoings that were done to the Palestinians during the 1948 war (the Israeli war of independence and the war the Palestinians call the catastrophe). This book analyses historical evidence from Israeli sources, indepdently proving true the 1948 experiences the Palestinian refugees, men and women, rich and poor, muslim and christian recount about their cleansing from their land and property."


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Forgotten Palestinians by Ilan Pappe

"Ilan Pappe has once again proven that he is one of the best historians on the Palestinian plight which has been disregarded and distorted by the embedded Western media and their mendacious mob. I highly recommend this insightful book along with his other wonderful work, "The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine." Your reward will be knowing that you are on the right side of history."


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A History of Modern Palestine: One Land, Two Peoples by Ilan Pappe

"A History of Modern Palestine is a thoroughly enlightening, in-depth, unbiased analysis of the land that is known now as Israel and the Occupied Territories. It's important to note, before getting into the review, that in mainstream US and Israeli discourse, "unbiased" means falsely equivocating the behavior of two parties as if they share equal power and equal responsibility for the course of events in the region, which is simply not true. Pappe analyzes significant developments in the region in context, emphasizing the great chain of cause and effect that is often left out of discussions of the issue."


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The Idea of Israel: A History of Power and Knowledge by Ilan Pappe

"A History of Modern Palestine is a thoroughly enlightening, in-depth, unbiased analysis of the land that is known now as Israel and the Occupied Territories. It's important to note, before getting into the review, that in mainstream US and Israeli discourse, "unbiased" means falsely equivocating the behavior of two parties as if they share equal power and equal responsibility for the course of events in the region, which is simply not true. Pappe analyzes significant developments in the region in context, emphasizing the great chain of cause and effect that is often left out of discussions of the issue."


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