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From War to Peace book. The volume deals with two pivotal events, in 1973 and 1993, leading the Middle East from War to Peace, as well as the dramatic changes connecting these year A survey of Arab-Israeli relations from the Yom Kippur War to the present day. This book reveals new first-hand material based on personal involvement at a high political level, and analysis by top Middle East experts.
Joseph Ginat (Hebrew: יוסף גינת, March 6, 1936 – 2009) was an Israeli anthropologist, author, political advisor, and soldier. Joseph Ginat was a Sabra, a Jew born in Atarot settlement north to Jerusalem before Israel was created on May 14, 1948. Ginat's grandfather, a Levite, came to live in the Promised Land and to be buried in what he considered to be sacred soil.
The signing of the September 1993 Israel-PLO agreement, one of the twentieth century's most dramatic political events, coincided almost to the day with the twentieth anniversary of the October 1973 war. While the precise timing was coincidental, the relationship between the two events is crucial.
Joseph Ginat (Hebrew: יוסף גינת, born March 6, 1936) was an Israeli anthropologist, author, political advisor, and soldier. Joseph Ginat was a Sabra, a Jew born in Palestine before the Jewish State of Israel was created on May 14, 1948. Ginat's grandfather, a Levite, came Palestine to live in the Promised Land and to be buried in what he considered to be sacred soil.
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