Israel and the Arabs
An Eyewitness Account of War and Peace in the Middle EastBook - 2000
Drawing on Hundreds of In-depth Interviews with Politicians, soldiers, and journalists from sixteen countries, Israel and the Arabs is an eyewitness account of the history of Israel's relations with its Arab neighbors. Updated with a new afterword for this paperback edition, Israel and the Arabs also includes a never-before-published transcript of a conversation between Jordan's late King Hussein and Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir taped ten days before the 1973 war and an interview with Shams el-din Badran, Egypt's Minister of War in 1967, which provides insights into the role of the former Soviet Union in provoking the Six-Day War. This unique Israeli-Arab collaborative work tackles one of the worlds most complex and controversial situations from both sides of the firing line.
Publisher: New York : TV Books, c2000.
Characteristics: 391 p.,  leaves of plates :,ill. ;,23 cm.