Right To Exist: A Moral Defense Of Israel'S Wars
- Publish Date: 2004-11-09
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Yaacov Lozowick
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For more than a half-century, Israel has been forced to defend its existence against international political disapproval, racist calumny, and violence visited upon its citizens by terrorists of many stripes. While nations have always been made to defend their moral, political, economic, or social actions, Israel has the unique plight of having to defend its very right to exist.
Covering Israel's struggle for existence from the British occupation and the UNs partition of Palestine, to the dashed hopes of the Oslo Accords and the second intifada, Yaacov Lozowick trains an enlightening, forthright eye on Israels strengths and failures. A lifelong liberal and peace activist, he explores Israels national andregional political,social, andmoral obligations as well as its right to secure its borders and repel attacks both philosophical and military. Combining rich historical perspective and passionate conviction, Right to Exist sets forth the agenda of a people and a nation, and elegantly articulatesIsraelsentitlement to a peaceful coexistence with its surrounding Arab neighbors and a future of security and pride.
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