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By Susan Boyle

This definitive biography of George Antonius tells the existence tale of a guy who lived in the course of a dramatic interval of historical past, amid problem that is still unresolved: the Palestine-Zionist clash. Betrayal of Palestine is a crucial and leading edge paintings concerning the carrying on with controversy of empire and nationalism. This publication strains Antonius's contribution and ideas on country development and solid governance and resonates for modern seekers of peace within the heart East. As an archaeology of rules and that means, the ebook can be of serious importance for the millennium. It speaks to the paradigm of a conqueror's code, and to the ever-present threat of distinct pursuits shooting public coverage and corrupting stable governance.By rediscovering Antonius's message approximately associations and kingdom development, and the genuine that means of morality, moral sense and public carrier, Betrayal of Palestine speaks to modern humans in a voice that reconnects the prior with the current. The e-book bargains wish to a quarter the place many ideas have failed, and a reminder that the recommendations were there all alongside, within the humans and traditions of the center East, yet they've been obscured by way of a conqueror's code of empire and nationalism. it's a reminder of the genius of democracy and the facility of first ideas: that normal everyone is vital, that energy has to be shared, and that society as country transcends tribalism and its extra virulent modern shape: nationalism.

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371, 23228, p. O. 371,23221. 73. O. 371,23230, p. 129. 74. O. 371,23228. 75. O. 371,23230. The British government proposed to make Palestinian independence contingent upon Jewish consent because, as Porath notes, "since the chances of such an agreement were slim indeed, this formula could serve as a means to ensure the continuation of rule in Palestine" (Porath, The Arab National Movement, p. 286). 76. O. 371,23230. 77. O. 371,23233, p, 159. 22 Facing the Truth, 1939 78. Ibid. Suwaidi, whom Antonius met during his work on the British government missions In 1925, became the principal Iraqi delegate when a few days into the conference Nuri had to return to Iraq suddenly to deal with urgent problems; Maher and Hamza, the Saudi delegate, were both members of the Egyptian delegation.

EO. 371,23223. 26. Letter from Antonius to Rogers, 15 February 1939, vol. 3, Antonius papers, ICWA. 27. Antonius, The. Arab Awakening, p. 389. 28. O. 371,23224. 29. Ibid. 30. Letter from Antonius to Rogers, 6 April 1919, vol. 3, Antonius papers, ICWA. 31. O. 371,23227. 32. , p. 141. See texts of correspondence in Antonius, The Arab Awakening, pp. 413-427. 33. Antonius, The Arab Awakening, p. 179. 34. O. 371,23227, p. 138. 35. , EO. 371,23231, p. 319. 36. , EO. 371,23231, p. 339. 37. See text in Antonius, The Arab Awakening, pp.

The British government proposed to make Palestinian independence contingent upon Jewish consent because, as Porath notes, "since the chances of such an agreement were slim indeed, this formula could serve as a means to ensure the continuation of rule in Palestine" (Porath, The Arab National Movement, p. 286). 76. O. 371,23230. 77. O. 371,23233, p, 159. 22 Facing the Truth, 1939 78. Ibid. Suwaidi, whom Antonius met during his work on the British government missions In 1925, became the principal Iraqi delegate when a few days into the conference Nuri had to return to Iraq suddenly to deal with urgent problems; Maher and Hamza, the Saudi delegate, were both members of the Egyptian delegation.

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