The Second Palestinian Intifada: A Chronicle of a People's Struggle
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Beschreibung'Masterful ... (A) scathing but heartfelt portrait.' Norman G. Finkelstein
Comprehensive account of the last five years by leading Palestinian journalist.
InhaltsverzeichnisDedication Acknowledgements Preface Foreward - Kathy and Bill Christison Introduction - Jennifer Lowenstein 1: The Intifada Takes Off (2000-2001) 2: Intifada International (2002) 3: Calls for Reform (2003) 4: Profound Changes, Insurmountable Challenges - 2004 5: End of the Intifada (2005) Epilogue Appendix I - Total deaths and other losses during the Second Palestinian Uprising Appendix II - Map of the West Bank and Gaza including the Separation Wall and Settlements location Appendix III - Intifada Timeline: 2000-2005 Recommended Readings Index
PortraitRamzy Baroud is a syndicated columnist, veteran journalist and Editor-in-Chief of PalestineChronicle.com. He has appeared on numerous television programs including CNN International, BBC, ABC Australia, National Public Radio and Al-Jazeera. His previous books include Searching Jenin: Eyewitness Accounts of the Israeli Invasion (2003) and The Second Palestinian Intifada: A Chronicle of a People's Struggle (Pluto, 2006).
PressestimmenMasterful prose. ... (A) scathing but heartfelt portrait. -- Norman Finkelstein Few are spared his perceptive eye, and only the morally callous will fail to respond to his pleas to act to remedy the injustice that he exposes to our view, as we surely can. -- Noam Chomsky Few are spared his perceptive eye, and only the morally callous will fail to respond to his pleas to act to remedy the injustice that he exposes to our view, as we surely can. -- Dr. Hanan Ashrawi, Palestinian Legislator for the Jerusalem District [Baroud] enables readers to see through the distorted image provided by a biased pro-Israeli Western media of the Middle East as a whole, and of Palestine in particular. -- Ilan Pappe
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: PLUTO PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2006
Seitenanzahl: 216 Seiten
Übersetzer/Sprecher: Fotos von Mahfouz Abu Turk, Matthew Cassel