What is it that forges almost a fellowship of former CIA people ... who speak out with such insight and moral clarity? The answer is to be found in [authors'] outstanding book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine. Their authority and humanity, together with their graphic gallery of injustice and courage, make it one of those works to be read should you read no other. (John Pilger)
The Christisons provide an unbearably grim, authoritative, and persuasive account of Palestine under Israeli occupation. Palestine in Pieces is a miracle of truth-telling, enriched greatly by pictures, maps, and first-hand witnessing. It is must-read for anyone concerned with the dark realities of the Israel/Palestine conflict. (Richard Falk, Albert G. Milbank Professor of International Law Emeritus, Princeton University and Special Rapporteur for Occupied Palestinian Territories, UN Human Rights Council)
This book ... is a passionate, honest and articulate reading of Palestinian actuality – providing most alarming prospects of the imminent future ... Palestine in Pieces is a brilliant testament and a valuable account, to their impressive, long term commitment to this subject, and of the many important findings they skillfully expose. (Ramzy Baroud, Palestinian author and journalist.)
About the Author
Kathleen Christison is the author of Perceptions of Palestine: Their Influence on U.S. Policy and The Wound of Dispossession: Telling the Palestinian Story. She writes on Palestinian issues and on U.S. foreign policy, and she travels regularly to Palestine.
Bill Christison writes on Palestinian issues and on U.S. foreign policy, and travels regularly to Palestine. Bill Christison was a senior official of the CIA, and a former CIA political analyst.