In his book, Cramer resorts to flippant, oversimplified arguments, which condemn Israel for the lack of peace. The book is filled with bias, numerous distortions, and sloppy errors, rather than objective, methodical research.
In his book, Sand's mission is to prove invalid the foundation of Zionism â€“ the idea of a Jewish state built on a Jewish ancestral homeland â€” and to promote instead the idea of a single non-Jewish state of Arabs and Jews. He undermines the legitimacy of the Jewish state...
According to the recently released The Trouble with Textbooks: Distorting History and Religion, textbooks commonly used in Americaâ€™s schools are misinforming K-12 students about subjects ranging from history to religion and politics.
Hostility toward Jews and Israel is rooted in envy. Gilder bluntly asserts that Jews do well in capitalist economies because of their commitment to learning and achievement, rooted in their adherence to ethical monotheism.
Daniel Gordis offers up suggestions as to what Israel must think and do in order to survive. In the process of presenting a new defense of the Jewish state, Gordis debunks pernicious myths about American Jews, Israeli Arabs, the prospects of land for peace, and Judaismâ€™s position on fighting wars.
The authors examine why Israel, six-decades young and beset by wars, Arab boycotts and a lack of natural resources, has nevertheless become an economic powerhouse and an international leader in technology and innovations.