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Might Over Right: How the Zionists Took Over Palestine

Might Over Right: How the Zionists Took Over Palestine (Hardback)

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"Might Over Right" provides a critical account of one of the most remarkable stories in the twenty century's history of international relations - the history of how in the relatively short time of 30 years, Zionist leaders, managed, with the help of Western supporters but mainly the British, to wrestle a country away from its inhabitants, and in the process to profoundly affect the course of international relations and fundamentally transform the history of the Middle East. Extensively documented, relying mostly on Zionist, British, and Israeli sources, and sweeping in scope, the book makes a crucial contribution to the growing effort to challenge the simplistic and reductive accounts in media and scholarship in the West - one of the principal causes of the perpetuation of the conflict."Might Over Right" goes beyond the Israeli new historians' accounts that focus on specific aspects of the Zionist-Palestinian confrontation. It also goes beyond the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948 to critically analyze the latest dimensions of the Arab-Israeli conflict, and of the continued Israeli-Palestinian confrontation.

Professor Adel Safty is Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Russian Academy of Public Administration, Novosibirsk, Russia. He previously served as tenured university professor in Canada, Professor of International Relations in Turkey and Northern Cyprus, and Professor and College Dean in the United Arab Emirates. He also served as Head of UN Mission in Amman, Jordan. His many publications include From Camp David to the Gulf (Montreal), Democracy and Governance (Istanbul) and Leadership and Democracy (New York).

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