viernes, enero 26, 2007

¿Está la ONU e Israel en curso de colisión?

Are Israel and the U.N. on a collision-course?
Grobman's new book touted as "Indispensable"

The eye-opening and exceptional new book Nations United from Alex Grobman noted on is a MUST READ for all Jews, Christians, students, and scholars.

Nations United is a fascinating bit of research that doubles as critical analysis and gripping narrative! 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.

Concerned about the often volatile relationship between the U.N. and Israel as well as the United States? This one-of-a-kind book compares the historical and currently evolving role of the U.N. has taken in its involvement with the issue of terrorism.

"This book is a valuable tool for all students on campuses where the Arab/Israeli debate needs to be defanged. Even Muslim and Arab students can learn truth from this book, and see how callously contemporary Arab dictators of the Muslim world have manipulated them and deformed Islam in order to promote their anti-Israeli and anti-Jewish agenda."
Sheikh Abdul Hadi Palazzi, Sheikh Professor Abdul Hadi Palazzi,
Director of the Cultural Institute of the Italian Islamic Community

Alex Grobman is an historian with an MA and Ph.D. in contemporary Jewish history from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He is president of the Institute for Contemporary Jewish Life, a think tank dealing with historical and contemporary issues affecting the Jewish community. He 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. He also served as director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angles where he was the founding editor-in chief of the Simon Wiesenthal Annual, the first serial publication in the United States focusing on the scholarly study of the Holocaust. He is the author of several other books and a contributor to a number of scholarly periodicals and media sites.

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