Disproving hate? Really? It is simply one of a number of alternative views to the one that you so evidently support,which is what you & those you supporters so hate about this book.
We have a sense of wider press freedom & lack of censorship in this country regarding this issue that simply is not allowed in the US.Your version & interpretation of events in that part of the Middle East is exactly that,an interpretation & there are many who question it,not least Jimmy Carter.He is,as he said he always was in book launch discussions & talks,trying to further debate on the issue in a country that despite having the World's most extensive media network is reduced to serving one viewpoint of the Middle East troubles,thanks to endless censorship lobbies on this issue who will brook no debate on what it considers to be the facts of the situation on the ground.
Andrea Levin producing this book as a withering rebuttal to Carter's book only serves to show a very heightened sensitivity to a debate that Levin & many others like her simply will not permit the public at large to have. What is the purpose of this book anyway? Those of us with any interest in this subject read assiduously on it & have no need to be constantly reminded of the one version of facts that are seen to be gospel because we know there is more to it than that,very much more to it than that in fact.
Jimmy Carter is an ex-President of the USA & has every right to air his views on this subject seeing as he did so much during his presidency to attempt to bring peace to this region without the likes of Andrea Levin feeling the compulsion to launch into a book of corrections of his views that is entirely unnecessary,and positively condescending.
Allow readers to make their own mind up on the merits of his book as you suggest & leave it at that.
And he refused to debate his book with Alan Dershowitz only as it was made a condition of his talking about the book at Brandeis University.His intention was to take questions on the book from students at the University,not being grilled by someone who's Head of Law at a neighbouring University & who courted plenty of controversy with his own views on the subject of the Middle East.