Will Abbas’s ‘Eff off, Trump’ fury play into the hands of rightwing Israelis? Ian BlackThe Palestinian leader’s Ramallah speech reads like a two-state epitaph, but his principled realism is an enduring point of lightContact authorTue 16 Jan 2018 07.53 EST‘Abbas’s fury and frustration were unmistakable’ in his speech to the PLO in Ramallah on Sunday.
ENEMIES AND NEIGHBORS Arabs and Jews in Palestine and Israel, 1917-2017 By Ian Black Illustrated. 606 pp. Atlantic Monthly Press. $30. Do we need another history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? Most Americans, even those who care about the subject, would probably say no. For one thing, most Americans already know what they think. Israel/Palestine is the foreign policy equivalent of abortion.
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