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A Great Review of a Great Book

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Submitted by John Nosser (United States), May 20, 2010 at 01:42

Dr. Pipes:

For several years I have wanted to find books that presented the facts of the origin and history of modern day Israel. I did not know how to go about finding a book that dealt with the facts, or what writer to look for. The information you provided about this book in your review made it clear to me that Efraim Karsh is the writer I have been looking for. His book "Palestine Betrayed" as well as the other three books you referenced will probably give me the facts I have been looking for. I will buy all four of the books, but I will buy "Palestine Betrayed" first. Baruch Hashem!

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