|The 1972 Munich Olympics Massacre and Israel's Deadly Response Aaron J. |
Klein. cited. Nobody could sit still. Whispers were exchanged. This was their first
face-to-face meeting. Seated around a rectangular table, they learned the ...
|A hostage account of the September 1970 airplane hijackings traces the author's seventeen-year-old experiences during which he was separated from his family and held captive in an Amman refugee camp, in a dramatic retelling of his survival ...|
|The "New York Times" chief correspondent in Israel examines the Arab and Jewish cultures and probes the ways in which the two peoples have sought to accomodate themselves in living together.|