The Last Palestinian The Rise and Reign of Mahmoud Abbas
- 336 pages
- The Last Palestinian The Rise and Reign of Mahmoud Abbas
- Grant Rumley
- 03 November 2015 Grant Rumley
➾ [Download] ➾ The Last Palestinian The Rise and Reign of Mahmoud Abbas By Grant Rumley ➳ – Thomashillier.co.uk Mahmoud Abbas rose to prominence as a top Palestinian negotiator became the leader of his nation and then tragically failed to negotiate a peace agreement This is the first book in English that focuse Mahmoud Abbas Palestinian The eBook ☆ rose to prominence as a top Palestinian negotiator became the leader of his nation and then tragically failed to negotiate a peace agreement This is the first book in English that focuses on The Last Epub / one of the most important fixtures of the Israeli Palestinian conflict Filled with new details and based on interviews with key figures in Ramallah Jerusalem and Washington this book weaves together a fascinating story that will interest both veteran observers of the conflict and readers new to Israeli Palestinian history The authors one a research fellow at a nonpartisan Washington think tank and the other an award winning diplomatic correspondent for Israel's Last Palestinian The Rise and ePUB ½ largest news website tell the inside story of Abbas's complicated multi decade relationship with America Israel and his own people They trace his upbringing in Galilee his family's escape from the Israeli Arab war and his education abroad They chart his rise to prominence as a pivotal actor in the Oslo peace process of the s and his unsuccessful attempt to offer a nonviolent alternative to the Second Intifada The authors pay special attention to the crucial years of to exploring such uestions as How did Abbas lose control of half of his governing territory and the support of than half of his people Why was Abbas the most prominent Palestinian leader to denounce terrorism Why did Abbas twice walk away from peace offers from Israel and the US in and And how did he turn himself from the first world leader to receive a phone call from President Obama to a person who ultimately lost the faith of the American president Concluding that Abbas will most likely be judged a tragic figure the authors emphasize that much of his historical importance will depend on the state of the peace process after he is gone Only the future will determine which of the emerging schools of Palestinian political thought will hold sway and how it will affect the Israeli Palestinian conflict.