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Zionism, Post-Zionism & The Arab Problem: A Compendium of Opinions About the Jewish State
by Yosef Mazur and Mike Cohen
Price: $27.95 (Paperback)
"Zionism, Post-Zionism and the Arab Problem: A Compendium of Opinions About the Jewish State" by Dr. Yoseph Mazur, edited by Mike Cohen, reveals the secrets and dangers of our current era. Academics such as Professor Rafi Yisrael of Hebrew University described it's conclusions as "stunning" and opined that this book, "...can possibly contribute to a significant change in the type and level of the critical life-or-death discourse we are engaged in as a nation."
"Dr. Mazur's book is a must read! It will serve to uplift the young of our generation and strengthen their confidence and trust in the righteousness of the Zionist way." - Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Moshe (Bogie) Ya'alon Vice Prime Minister & Minister of Strategic Affairs
"Belongs in the permanent collection of core books owned by every person who loves Zion and cares about the welfare of the State of Israel." Zvi Hauser, Cabinet Secretary, Gov't of Israel
"Definition of the problem is half the solution. Dr. Mazur's complete and comprehensive display of the core issues allows the reader to fully understand the Arab-Israeli conflict from the Zionist perspective and understand that world peace will not come from further Israeli concessions." - Prof. Gabi Avital, former Chief Scientist, Israel Ministry of Education Chairman, Professors for a Safe Israel
"With immense patience and the precision of a surgeon, Dr. Mazur allows the facts to speak for themselves - which makes a refutation of Israel's right to exist practically impossible." - Prof. Dan Meirstein, President, Ariel University Center
"Dr. Mazur's book is the answer for anyone who wants to know the truth rather than the lies and distortions constantly hurled at the Jewish people and the Zionist enterprise . . . " - Dr. Yossi Achimeir, Director, Jabotinsky Institute
About the Author:
Dr. Yosef Mazur was born in 1919 in Ananiev. Ukraine, and immigrated to Israel in 1941 to study agriculture at the new Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He served the Israeli government in a variety of economic roles in Israel, Great Britain and the United States and was a volunteer adviser to the UJA and the State of Israel Bonds. Dr. Mazur earned his PhD at The Hebrew University in the History of the Jewish Nation and Hebrew Literature.
About the Editor:
Dr. Mike Cohen, a lecturer on leave from Bar-Ilan University in Israel, is the first "Traveling Scholar" for Rabbi Shlomo Riskin's Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding & Cooperation (CJCUC). A graduate of Yeshiva University, he is a veteran military, political and security strategist and a recipient of Israel's prestigious Minster of Defense Award for IDF Reserve Support "The Reserve Shield." and a special commendation from the United Chaplains of New York State.
Mike is editor of Dr. Mazur's books in both English and Hebrew and is now working on bringing to print the stories of heroic non-Jews who helped build the State of Israel.
Nations United: How the United Nations Undermines Israel and the West
by Alex Grobman
Rising from the ruins of World War II, Israel and the United Nations have been on a collision course ever since, as radical Islam, left wing agendas, and European meddling have undermined democratic efforts to topple totalitarianism. In a fascinating bit of research that doubles as critical analysis and gripping narrative, Alex Grobman shines a light on the radical agenda of the United Nations to weaken Israel's security, foment anti-Semitism, and by extension, hurt the Jewish state's chief ally, the United States. Grobman traces the UN's efforts to coddle radical regimes, and shows in shocking detail the harmful effects of the infamous Zionism equals Racism resolution that put air under the wings of terrorists threatening Western values.
About the Author:
Alex Grobman is a historian with an MA and Ph.D. in contemporary Jewish history from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Grobman is president of the Institute for Contemporary Jewish Life, a think tank dealing with historical and contemporary issues affecting the Jewish community. Alex is a contributing editor for Together, a publication of the American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors and Their Descendants. He is a member of the academic board of the David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies and a contributor to the Encyclopedia Judaica and the Partisan website.
The Late Great State of Israel: How Enemies Within and Without Threaten the Jewish Nation's Survival
by Aaron Klein
Israel is dying. And those responsible are not just the terrorists plotting its destruction, but also the political elites within its borders.Drawing on in-the-field reporting and research that has brought him to the front lines of the Middle East news cycle, acclaimed journalist Aaron Klein spells out the shocking truth. In this groundbreaking work, Klein will show how Israel is often its own worst enemy. And how Hamas, Iran and Palestinian terrorists are poised to end the democracy once and for all.Unless these perils are countered soon, warns Klein, the only remnant of the Jewish country may soon be an epitaph: 'The Late, Great State of Israel.'
About the Author:
Aaron Klein is the Jerusalem bureau chief for online news giant WorldNetDaily.com and a columnist for the Jewish Press. Klein is known for his regular appearances on top U.S. radio talk shows and television cable news networks, including Fox News and Al Jazeera. His previous book is entitled "Schmoozing with Terrorists."
by Dr. Tawfik Hamid
More than twenty years ago, Tawfik Hamid was recruited by Jamaa Islamiya--an Islamic terrorist group led by Dr. Ayman Al-Zawahiri, currently the second-in-command of Al-Qaeda. After adopting the ideology of violent jihad for a period of time, Dr. Hamid recognized the threat of radical Islam and rejected Islamist distortions of the religion. He then pursued a path of reformation within Islam, writing new interpretations of key religious texts and sharing his message in mosques.
With Inside Jihad, Hamid reveals his insights about Islamic terrorism. As a medical doctor and psychologist, he helps readers understand the jihadist mind by leading them through his personal story. He explains the meaning of "jihad" and the role that sex, petrodollars, and the hijab play in the proliferation of radical Islam.
Hamid also highlights the myths and misconceptions that saturate modern discussions of Islamic terrorism. He explains the mistakes Westerners have made in confronting Islamism and suggests strategies for defeating it. Critically, Hamid shares his plan for Islamic reformation--a key component in solving the problem of radical Islam.
The Shackled Warrior
by Caroline Glick
"In eloquent and passionate prose, Caroline Glick examines some of the most important and troubling issues facing Israel and the world. Her message is clear and coherent: Islamic fundamentalism is the greatest challenge facing the West today."
Former Minister of Finance and Former Prime Minister of Israel
"In a world of self-deception and the desire to find false comfort by escaping the challenges facing the free world and Israel, it is important to hear the sober voice of Caroline Glick which reminds us that the real answers to building a secure world are based on values and not in immediate political gratification."
Distinguished Senior Fellow, the Shalem Center
Israel 60: Celebrating Israel's 60th Anniversary
by Nissim Mishal
In the pages of this book, Israel 60, we proudly present you with the sequel to Those Were the Years - Israel's Jubilee, relating the full story of the State of Israel since it was established to this day. Year by year, the drama of this state's history is studied and analyzed, covering the most important events in politics, security, art, sports, and its residents' everyday life. The texts are accompanied by authentic pictures of the best photographers who captured the moments with their cameras.
The crown jewels in this book are 60 articles – one for each year – that discuss the year's most important event or most influential figure. They are authored by some of Israel's most prominent writers, poets, philosophers, politicians, political leaders, army commanders, journalists, and media persons.
The tale of Israel's 60 years of existence is the most exciting, dramatic, and fascinating story of the 20 the century and beyond. We, the Israelis, find this hard to comprehend and appreciate because we live the stories; we are too close to them. This book, however, can be read as a moving, sad, and exciting story that may be difficult at times, but is always fascinating.
Sane in Damascus
by Amnon Sharon
With the recent challenges on Israel's Northern border and the abduction of three IDF soldiers in less than two weeks, no other person knows more about what goes through the mind of an Israeli POW than Amnon Sharon. Ambushed and captured during the Yom Kippur war, Sharon spent eight months under the most severe physical and mental tortures in a Syrian prison cell. "Each time the door opened, my body shook in fear, for I did not know in what condition I would return to when I came back to my cell," Sharon accounts in his book Sane in Damacus.
This Hebrew bestseller was translated and published by Gefen Publishing in June of 2006. There is no other book out there that describes that psychological mindset and the physical undertaking of an Israeli POW. Sharon had no training to deal with a POW situation. All he had in order to survive was the power of prayer and faith.
Unity Coalition of Israel is proud to offer this one of a kind book at a 10% off the retail price.