The Case for Israel

Dershowitz addresses the thirty-two most commonly heard accusations against Israel and provides answers in the form of a legal brief.

Dershowits Alan, The case for Israel, New-Jersey:Wiley, 2003

In his book "The Case for Israel", Alan Dershowitz addresses the thirty-two most commonly heard accusations against Israel and provides answers in the form of a legal brief. He attempts to rebut what he views as the more general and discriminatory criticisms of Israel as a state and culture.

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