Everything you need to understand or teach 2002 Arab and Jew by David K. Shipler.
2002 Arab and Jew: Wounded Spirits in a Promised Land, a work of non-fiction drawn from the author's five years of service as the New York Times bureau chief in Jerusalem, was originally published in 1986. He wrote it as a trained, neutral, but concerned observer, motivated by a combination of sorrow and outrage - repulsed by the zealous intolerance of both sides, but mostly sympathetic to the personal lives of everyday people affected by the violence. He wanted to clarify how Palestinian Arabs and Israeli Jews see one another and to expose the emotions with which they face each other. He wrote it at a time when the reality of an Israeli state and the reality of Palestinian people were both accepted as fact. The focus had changed to the question of how they would coexist.
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