New book chronicles Palestinian rejection of peace

In the new book Deception: Betraying the Peace Process the truth about the Palestinian Authority is exposed.

Itamar Marcus and his co-editors expose the Arab Palestinians as terrorists.

Israel and the Palestinians are supposedly engaged in a peace process. But really, they aren’t.

While Israel followed up the signing of the “Oslo Accords” in 1993 by systematically educating its population on peaceful coexistence with the Palestinians and general acceptance of their demands, the Palestinian Authority did the opposite.

For years Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) has been documenting ongoing incitement against Israel and the Jews in general in Palestinian Authority-controlled media and school textbooks.

In their new book Deception: Betraying the Peace Process, PMW director Itamar Marcus and co-author Nan Jacques Zilberdik “meticulously catalogue hundreds of examples of hate speech, glorification of terrorist murderers and other anti-Israel communication, detailing efforts to spread hate even among school-aged children,” according to an official press release.

Robert Bernstein, chairman of Advancing Human Rights and founder of Human Rights Watch, said at a press conference launching the book that Deception: Betraying the Peace Process is a must-read for anyone looking into why after nearly two decades the “Oslo” peace process has failed to produce a final status agreement.

  “This book is important because it is not advocacy but a factual catalogue of public statements and activities showing that the Palestinian leadership teaches its children to hate, to deny Israel’s right to exist and to envision a world without Israel,” said Bernstein. “Until the PA starts preparing its children for peace and teaches them to see Israel as a legitimate neighbor, peace will remain an illusion.”

Author Itamar Marcus warns in the book, as he has done for the past decade, that the Palestinian Authority skates by on claims that it has met its basic security obligations, while the international community turns a blind eye to the fact that the PA is teaching its people to never live in peace with Israel.

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Source: Israel Today

4 thoughts on “New book chronicles Palestinian rejection of peace

    1. Dear Shawewa


      You asked:

      Where can I buy this book?

      My reply:

      I do not know. But if you google and find a link, please share it with all of us.


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