Journey through a fractured landscape

The latest offering from independent journalist and author Sandy Tolan, as published on the Mondoweiss web-site. Tolan relates the gritty realities he experienced on a recent foray into the Israeli Occupied  West Bank, plus some of what he’s learned from years of living in and studying the region. (I can attest that the city of Hebron is just as surreal as he describes — During my years guiding people around the country, with one exception, I resolutely avoided taking people there.)

Here’s the link:

Journey through a fractured landscape

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2 Responses to Journey through a fractured landscape

  1. Lancaster James says:

    Tom,

    Thanks for sending this. It was very informative.

    I still owe you a review of The Palestine Deception 1915-1923: The McMahon-Hussein Correspondence, the Balfour Declaration, and the Jewish National Home. I bought a second book – The Boundaries of Modern Palestine by Gideon Biger. It is more scholarly and more detailed. I’ve almost finished it.

    Jim Lancaster

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