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Clayton Swisher is head of the Al-Jazeera Transparency Unit, and author of The Truth About Camp David

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Clayton Swisher does it again 3 Sept. 2011
By Christopher M. Whitman Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
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The researcher turned al-Jazeera employee has again produced a must read book about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. His first book was entitled "The Truth About Camp David" which debunked the Western narrative. Now Mr. Swisher goes ahead and debunks another Israeli narrative of "no partner." After seeing the special on Al-Jazeera Arabic (which is always better than the English version) I decided to obtain the book. The book has a great summary in the first 75pgs, so if all you want is a summary with good analysis and quotes, the first 75pgs will be enough. If you think there is misuse or forgery, all the papers are put one by one for 230pgs. The Kindle version has some problems, such as obvious typos, not that big of a deal, but there are maybe 5 papers or so that were not scanned well. The font is 1.4 the size of 8 size, which makes it very hard to read, even with great eyesight. They are the minority, but is still annoying. A recommended read, exposes ever so great concessions by the Palestinian delegation including issues such as borders, Jerusalem, refugees, and security.
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