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Cry Palestine

Inside The West Bank, 1st Edition

By Said K Aburish


226 pages

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Hardback: 9780367010874
pub: 2019-04-18

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Cry Palestine provides a unique perspective, a glimpse into the world behind the intifada from both the Palestinian and Israeli points of view. Saïd K. Aburish was born in the West Bank village of Bethany and lived there until he was fifteen. He has a large number of relatives and friends who still live on the West Bank, many of whom,

Table of Contents

Introduction -- The Brutal Reality -- A Week in the Life of the West Bank -- The Language of Fear, Hate, Violence and Death -- The Unknown -- Rampant Blind Injustice -- Indirect Terror -- Self-Appraisal -- Treason -- The Small Landowner's Story -- As God is My Witness -- Profile in Courage – Makram Sa'ad -- People on the Other Side -- Profiles in Courage – Lea Tzemel -- A Confusing Time -- Conversations with People on the Other Side -- Palestinians — the Worst and the Best -- A Paranoid Culture -- Children of the Intifada -- The PLO and the People -- There is a Palestinian State -- Conclusion

About the Author

Saïd K. Aburish was born in the West Bank in 1935. He attended university in the United States and subsequently worked as a consultant to several Arab governments and as Middle East correspondent for Radio Free Europe and the Daily Mail. He is now a journalist and author and has written for, among others, the Independent, the Washington Post, and Liberation. His books include Pay-Off: Wheeling and Dealing in the Arab World, The St. George Hotel Bar (published in paperback as Beirut Spy), and Children of Bethany. He lives in London.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POLITICAL SCIENCE / World / Middle Eastern
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Regional Studies