The Arab-Israeli Conflict by Nicola Barber, Patience Coster
  

Synopsis

The Arab-Israeli Conflict by Nicola Barber, Patience Coster

In 19448 the state of Israel was created out of Palestine as a homeland for the Jewish people. Why did the Jews claim this land as their own, and what claims did the Arabs make over it? Do Palestinian refugees have a right to return to Israel? What is the future for a two-state solution? It's time to consider Both Sides of the Story. The series, Both Sides of the Story, explores the major global debates of our time from two opposing viewpoints. Each book investigates the facts behind the headlines, the history behind current trends and the latest hot topics.

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Clear, concise guide to the Arab-Israeli conflict... facts are clearly represented and would make the subject more approachable as a first point of information. -- School Librarian 20130801 Poignant insight... conscientious about assembling the facts and the views of both sides are offered... much material for discussion. -- Carousel 20131001

About the Author

Nicola Barber is an experienced author and editor of children's non-fiction books.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages

Author

Nicola Barber, Patience Coster
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Publisher

Franklin Watts Ltd an imprint of Hachette Children's Books

Publication date

27th February 2013

ISBN

9781445109947


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