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Unequal Conflict
The Palestinians and Israel
John Gee

6" x 9" • 160 pages
ISBN 9781566563031 • paperback • $15.00

Unequal Conflict re-examines Israel's apparent victory "against the odds" and argues that the odds in fact were always stacked in Israel's favor: Zionism created the conditions in which it was possible to wage and win the bitter struggle with the indigenous Palestinian peoples, and to exploit their inability to offer any effective resistance to the appropriation of their lands and the suppression of their rights.

As a phase of modern Palestinian history draws to a close in defeat, what can be salvaged? Is Palestine doomed, or can it be transformed and revitalized? These fundamental questions frame this stimulating and original account.

John Gee is a frequent contributor to Middle East International. He studied Middle Eastern History at the University of London.

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