Blood Brothers - Seeds of Hope Summary & Analysis

Elias Chacour
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Seeds of Hope Summary and Analysis

Elias was disturbed that Western Europeans appeared to have perspectives on the Palestinian issue vastly divergent from those of his own experience. Perhaps some research on his own would shed some light on the disparity, research which could be conducted in the public libraries of Paris. What was the true story of how Israel actually came to be at the end of World War II, and why had the persecuted now become the persecutors. In the eyes of the Western world, he knew, the Jews deserved a homeland, their own nation, after what they had endured. Somehow, however, they believed that the Jews had moved into an uninhabited Palestine. What he discovered was as follows:

1. The Zionist movement was founded in the 1890's, as a political movement. The founder was Thomas Herzl, a man who insisted that...

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