Troubleshooting in the Promised Land Moshe Brody

ISBN: 9789659057702

Published: September 1st 2003

Paperback

236 pages


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Troubleshooting in the Promised Land  by  Moshe Brody

Troubleshooting in the Promised Land by Moshe Brody
September 1st 2003 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 236 pages | ISBN: 9789659057702 | 9.41 Mb

An in-depth expose of the deep-seated problems underlying the seemingly intractable impasse in the Middle East that has grid-locked Israel, the Arab world, and the Western nations for the better part of a century. Written by a former privateMoreAn in-depth expose of the deep-seated problems underlying the seemingly intractable impasse in the Middle East that has grid-locked Israel, the Arab world, and the Western nations for the better part of a century.

Written by a former private investigator and corporate consultant, this unconventional look at the players, their psychology, and their history reveals the unseen side of the Wests co-dependency on Israel -- why the real problems responsible for the ongoing tragedy have consistently been covered up and denied, why compromise is fundamentally impossible, and why diplomatic and political efforts to resolve the conflict are doomed to perpetual failure and disaster.

None of the proposed solutions has ever had a chance of success, because none of them has ever had anything to do with the problems that actually exist. Those problems must be recognized and addressed if there is to be any hope of stability in this critical and vital region. Essential reading for everyone who supports Israel and its right to exist, as well as for everyone concerned with the future of the entire Western world.



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