The Case Against Israel's Enemies: Exposing Jimmy Carter and Others Who Stand in the Way of Peace

The Case Against Israel's Enemies: Exposing Jimmy Carter and Others Who Stand in the Way of Peace

by Alan Dershowitz

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MichaelF More than 1 year ago
Although not as good as ¿The Case for Israel,¿ this follow-up is still well written and informative. The drawback is that Dershowitz does make the Middle East debate a bit too personal in this book. Still I do recommend it as Dershowitz, as always, makes a strong case based on documented facts.

The problem with all books on politics is that they quickly grow out of date, even if they are less than a year old. But I would call the reader¿s attention to chapters 5 and 6, one dealing with terrorism and the other with Iranian President Ahmadinejad. Here in the opening weeks of the Obama administration, the arguments, facts and cases presented in these two chapters are highly relevant.

Dershowitz¿ views are always of interest. They are especially informative for students of Middle East policy.
MSWallack on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
As usual Dershowitz does an excellent job of laying out and then demolishing many of the arguments raised by Israel's opponents. Moreover, unlike his The Case for Israel, the premises Dershowitz raises here stand independent of one another and the facts upon which he rests his argument are much less nebulous, thus making his case much more straightforward. I just wish I could find a way to convince more of Israel's opponents (or even those who don't know much about the subject) to read books like this one. In particular, anyone who read Jimmy Carter's Peace Not Apartheid should definitely read Dershowitz's book.
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