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eBook Naïve Abroad: Israel Palestine, Obvious Questions No One Asks ePub

by Marcus Henderson Wilder

  • ISBN: 1440135126
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Marcus Henderson Wilder
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: iUniverse (April 6, 2009)
  • Pages: 68
  • ePub book: 1698 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1568 kb
  • Other: docx azw lit lrf
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 387

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His book on Israel and Palestine is no different.

His book on Israel and Palestine is no different. Some people may be turned off by the book, but those are people who run from the truth. If you are afraid of the truth, don't read his books. In a world so interwoven with anti-Semitism, it's refreshing to read direct answers to common questions without some agenda underneath - it's just straight-forward information. It really is tiresome to find all the other defenses and justifications for people acting badly in this world.

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Marcus Wilder joins Tamar and tells her about a short, easy to read book he wrote, packed full of facts about the Mid East conflict that can win almost any debate you might have with anti-Israel friends or family. It's called: ISRAEL & PALESTINE Obvious Questions No One Asks If you know the true facts, the whole picture changes. Plus, a Jewish summer camp in France is put under lock & key when an outbreak of the Swine Flu sends 10 year olds to their bunks. Zeev Schwartz from World Bnei Akiva tells us all about it.

Nanve and Abroad : Israel and Palestine. by Marcus Henderson Wilder. 1. Naked Data 2. Who Are Palestinians? 3. Why Do Palestinians Not Have a Country? 4. Why Do Arab Countries Not Accept Palestinian Refugees?

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1. Naked Data 2. Who Are Palestinians? 3. Why Do Palestinians Not Have a Country? 4. Why Do Arab Countries Not Accept Palestinian Refugees? 5. Who Are Sunni and Shi?a? 6. Who Are Hamas and Hezbollah? 7. Who Is Fatah? 8. Who Are Jews? 9. Why Does Israel Build a Wall? 10. Why Does Israel Attack Gaza? 11. Why Does Israel Not Return Land Captured in the Six Days War? 12. Why Does Israel Not Return Golan Heights to Syria? 13. What happened in 1967? 14. Why Does the United States Support Israel? 15. Why Does Britain Side with Arabs? 16. What Is Zionism? 17. What Is Mossad? 18. What Are the Protocols of the Elders of Zion? 19. What Is Die Spinne? 20. Is Israel a Nuclear Power? 21. Why Are Jews so Powerful? by Dr. Farrukh Saleem22. Appendix I - Middle East Universities in Top 500 23. Appendix II - Muslim Nobelists 24. Appendix III - Jewish Nobelists

Comments

MarF MarF
The author, Marcus Wilder, is well-known for his honest and factual books on various places around the world. His book on Israel and Palestine is no different. Some people may be turned off by the book, but those are people who run from the truth. If you are afraid of the truth, don't read his books. If, on the other hand, you value honest reporting, honest historical facts, then this is the book for you. I highly recommend you purchase and read this book, pass it along to your friends and family. Purchase it for holiday gifts.

His "Raw Data" is pure history, history many people who attended government schools never learned. Home-schoolers, on the other hand, probably studied this raw data in depth. Too many children these days get a "politically correct" view of history. There is NOTHING politically correct about the books written by Marcus Wilder. He writes "the facts".

I'm sure that the Hamas sympathizers mascarading as Palestinians will be upset with some "facts", like:

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"In the United Nations document authorizing the formation of the state of Israel, an Arab/British/African clause weighted population numbers in favor of Arabs. In 1948, the Arab population was still largely transient. This clause identified any Arab who had been in Palestine for two years as a permanent resident."
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In the United Nations document authorizing the formation of the state of Israel, an Arab/British/African clause weighted population numbers in favor of Arabs. In 1948, the Arab population was still largely transient. This clause identified any Arab who had been in Palestine for two years as a permanent resident."

The truth today is that most Arab nations want nothing to do with Palestinians, other than to use them as propaganda against Israel. They don't want to take them in, give them a 'home'. No. The "Palestinians" do more good for Muslims and Arab nations if they are kept quarantined next door to Israel.

Unlike the short review by Urabia, who is obviously prejudiced toward Hamas and the Palestinians and gave this book a negative review, this is an accurate account of the situation.

Marcus Wilder does not just conjure up thoughts in his head -- he actually visits the countries he writes about. He mingles with the people. He walks through each place, gathering facts, opinions, and the essence of the situation, the true flavor of each country.

If you want to walk with him, you can. You can visit his website and sign up for his next adventure and you can be part of his next book.

Some times the truth hurts, but the truth is what you will get from author Marcus Wilder.

My recommendation:

Buy his books and travel along with him, you won't be sorry.
Risteacor Risteacor
This is a wonderful eye-opening book that at last tells the truth about
the Palestinians real intention to eat up Israel and take away all of
Israel's highly intelligent accomplishments on a tiny strip of land that
was once nothing but unused desert. Bless Marcus Henderson Wilder for
this tell-all book revealing answers we all need to know.
Wenyost Wenyost
Biased comments are something that, well. . . people are entitled to, since we live in a free world with freedom of press, but poorly written ramblings is a torture.
Kalrajas Kalrajas
This book can be read quickly - the Q&A format is easy to digest. While some of the issues in the Middle East are complex and are written about in volumes, Marcus takes a decidedly different approach. He can be a man of few words at times:

P.43 Is Israel a nuclear power? Yes.

Thank you for that.

In a world so interwoven with anti-Semitism, it's refreshing to read direct answers to common questions without some agenda underneath - it's just straight-forward information. It really is tiresome to find all the other defenses and justifications for people acting badly in this world.

I liked the book so much, I searched the author and found a few other pubs by him. All great reads.

As an aside, I read the review that trashed this book as biased. Also read other reviews by the same person. Um, look in the mirror before you calling other people biased. Jeez ...
Ubrise Ubrise
This book is obviously generated by somebody, who eighter does not know anything about the real situation in Israel/Palestine, or does not want to admit the truth. Very biased, too black-and-white. Big disappointment.