Author: Mitchell Bard
Copyright: 2006
Format: Book - Softcover
ISBN: 0-9712945-4-2
MSRP: 14.95
Publisher: American-Israeli
Size: 374 pp
Weight: 1.0

Myths and Facts - A Guide to the Arab-Israeli Conflict

$ 14.00

In 1957, Near East Report began to inform the public about events relating to the Middle East, recognizing the need to educate readers about the Arab-Israeli conflict and to debunk the many myths perpetrated by those wishing to rewrite history to suit their own purposes. Toward this end, NER began to publish Myths and Facts. Myths continue while events in the Middle East seem to be consistently accompanied by all-new distortions of the facts about the Arab-Israeli conflict. This book tells how it can be hyperlinked to the vast resources available at the publisher's website.

Updated in 2006, this version of the classic guide to the Arab-Israeli conflict includes many of the events since Oslo.

Read the latest Myths & Facts online in the Jewish Virtual Library at http://www.JewishVirtualLibrary.org

Table of Contents:

  1. Israel's Roots
  2. The Mandatory Period
  3. Partition
  4. The War of 1948
  5. The Road to Suez
  6. The 1967 Six-Day War
  7. Between the Wars
  8. The War of Attrition, 1967-1970
  9. The 1973 Yom Kipper War
  10. Boundaries
  11. Israel and Lebanon
  12. The Gulf War
  13. The United Nations
  14. The Refugees
  15. The Treatment of Jews in Arab/Islamic Countries
  16. Human Rights in Arab Countries
  17. Human Rights in Israel and the Territories
  18. The Palestinian Uprisings
  19. Jerusalem
  20. U.S. Middle East Policy
  21. The Peace Process
  22. Settlements
  23. The Arms Balance
  24. The Media Arab/Muslim Attitudes Toward Israel