Israel’s Policies Against Palestinians
Disappearing Palestine Jonathan Cook

In Disappearing Palestine, award-winning journalist Jonathan Cook examines Zionist colonization of Palestine to argue that Israel has developed policies to impoverish, imprison, and disperse Palestinians and squash their nationhood. Cook explains how these policies continue to be tested in the West Bank and Gaza, creating a profitable industry in the name of ‘defense’ when the true goal is to disappear Palestine. The book can be purchased here. Borrow the book from your local library here.

Category: BOOKS

Title: Jonathan Cook, Disappearing Palestine: Israel’s Experiments in Human Despair, 2008.

Date of publication: October 2008

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