Gerald Honigman describes the book recently released.
"This book is a "reader friendly," up to date historical and political account of the struggle of many of the Middle East's various peoples for a slice of the justice pie in a region proclaimed by Arabs to be "purely Arab patrimony"--the source of the Arab-Israeli, Arab-Kurdish, Arab-Berber, Arab-black African and so forth conflicts in a nutshell."
Gerald Honigman distilled decades of thought about the Arab-Israeli conflict into this very intensely personal and passionate book. In subsidiary themes, Honigman presents his own case to demonstrate the problems with Middle East Studies in the United States and expresses concern about the injustices meted out to minorities in the Middle East, especially the Imazighen (Berbers) and the Kurds. - Dr. Daniel Pipes, Director, Middle East Forum.
The book can be purchased directly from the author's website.
May there be justice beyond measure