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Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid...Author: Jimmy Carter (HC)

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Format: Hardcover; ISBN: 0743285026; Release Date: Nov 2006; List Price: $27.00; Publisher: Simon & Schuster; Length: 264 pages. Condition: Very Good. Has significant shelfdust, but binding is tight, pages are otherwise clean, and jacket and cover are both still in overall great shape.


In a book that has engendered enormous controversy, Jimmy Carter, the president who brought Israel and Egypt together in the historic 1978 Camp David peace accords, assesses the state of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Carter writes with the purpose of jump-starting what he sees as stalled negotiations, saying that both sides are unwilling to take the necessary steps forward. While crediting the Israeli people for showing a clear willingness to make reasonable concessions, Carter is pointedly critical of Israeli policies, especially regarding the settlements, the separation wall, and the occupation of Gaza and the West Bank. While Israel grants rights to Palestinians within its old borders, Carter uses the word "apartheid" when he writes of the occupied lands, charging that Israel has deprived Palestinians of their basic human rights, violated accords and resolutions, and acted unilaterally to avoid negotiating. As for the Palestinians, Carter says the time has come to recognize the reality of Israel, to put an end to terrorism, and to stop honoring suicide bombers as heroes. Carter credits Israel for its lively culture of debate, and notes a reluctance in America among the "powerful political, economic, and religious forces" to openly address the difficult questions and issues he raises. He sees his book as part of that necessary debate, with the end goal a true and durable peace that will bring security and self-determination to both Israel and Palestine., Jimmy Carter, the man who brought Israel and Egypt together in the historic peace accords of 1973, and who has remained engaged on the world scene as an ex-president with an international portfolio, assesses the state of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the prospects for the future, which he sees as bleak but not hopeless. Stressing obligations on both sides, Carter explains what Israelis and Palestinians must do to achieve accord, and what the role of the United States should be.

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