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Yasser Arafat and the Politics of Paranoia: A Painful Legacy

by David Bukay

Publisher: Mellen, Edwin Press, The
Pages: 416
Hardcover
ISBN: 9780773461420






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Primarily penned before his passing, this work aims to prove that Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat "has been the ultimate arch-terrorist for over 50 years." Bukay (political science, U. of Haifa, Israel) asserts many familiar charges against the leader of the "terrorist national Palestinian movement," frequently arguing that they are the result of essential characteristics of the Arab culture. He contends that Arafat's sole political aim has been to "destroy Israel," and he lays almost the entirety of the Israel-Palestine conflict at Arafat's door (and the votes he mysteriously attracts in the UN General Assembly). While some of Bukay's allegations against Arafat are grounded in truth, the uninformed reader will be hard pressed to distinguish facts from what serious students of the conflict will recognize as distortions commonly lobbed by pro-occupation Zionists. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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