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Fifty Miles Wide: Cycling Through Israel and Palestine by Julian Sayarer, Arcadia Books (2020) Julian Sayarer is not a person who lacks ambition. In his twenties, he broke the...

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How the West Stole Democracy From the Arabs – Book Review How the West Stole Democracy From the Arabs, by Elizabeth F. Thomson. (Photo: Book...

Palestinian Citizens in Israel: A History Through Fiction, 1948-2010

In the aftermath of the 1948 Nakba, Palestinians have had to contend with different forms of erasure and fragmentation of Palestinian identity, while acquainting...

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Man-made Israel Erasure of Palestinian history has become an obsession. Sam Bahour What do you get when you mix ten decades of biblical studies, an Old...

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There is no letter “p” in the Arabic language. “Falastin” is how “Falastinians” refer to themselves. Ask a Palestinian what the word means to...

Gaza blockade: Egyptian harassment meets readers

Recounting his journey with two companions to reach the Gaza Strip through Egypt's blockade, a co-author of the book No Way to Gaza detailed...

‘Trump And The Holy Land: 2016-2020: The Deal Of The Century’ – Book Launch

Meticulously researched and written by Eurasia Review’s Middle East correspondent, Neville Teller, ‘Trump and the Holy Land: 2016-2020’ is the only full account of President...

New book explores maps as tools of political power

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The War That Ended Peace – Book Review

By Jim Miles On a recent hiking trip I took along Margaret MacMillan’s pre World War I history, “The War That Ended Peace – The Road...

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