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Submitted by Alexandra Feathers (United States), Oct 13, 2005 at 11:54

I disagree with the above review by Daniel Pipes. It was an excellent piece and Benvenisti clearly located himself in the middle of the conflict and did not claim objectivity or to be portraying the ultimate truth, as so many writers on this subject often do. Benvenisti offered an emotional, and personal analyzation of the situation in the middle east, and this text is rare and valuable for scholars of the conflict because of this new perspective.
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