One Country: A Bold Proposal to End the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse Hardcover – 31 Oct 2006
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About the Author
Ali Abunimah, a Palestinian-American, is the co-creator and editor of the Electronic Intifada Web site. A graduate of Princeton University and the University of Chicago, he has written for the "Chicago Tribune," among other publications. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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I encourage invitations to the author for thorough discussions and I higly recommend the translation into european languages plus Arabic and Hebrew.
The two peoples need and have the right to know that there is a way out of this dirty game, and that it is not unthinkable to see each other as human beings rather than different ethnic/religious groups.
The palestine-Israel cause was never about religion; the resistance was purely secular and left-winger with a distinguished contribution by palestinian christians until the late 80s when Hamas suddenly emerged! Israelis are not all fanatics, and they would not continue to kill forever for the sake of a wall, as well as palestininas who are not all pro-islamization and would not continue to kill forever for the sake of a mosque!
This book is essential reading.
Juxtaposed with South Africa, one gets a feel of real possibilities and hope for the future.
The only thing downside to this is is that although this book was written in 2006 not a lot has changed since then, other than Israel's persistence in illegal settlements on land the state of Palestine is supposed to have.
If this book was to come true I would celebrate - but I think it's a long way off.