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The General's Son book. Read 72 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In , a tragedy struck the family of Israeli-American Miko Pel. Reviewed by Ludwig Watzal – Bonn. In , a tragedy struck the family of Israeli -American Miko Peled. His year-old niece Smadar was killed by suicide. download The General's Son: Journey of an Israeli in Palestine by Miko Peled, Alice Walker (ISBN: ) from site's Book Store. Everyday low prices .

The General’s Son – Book Review

Miko Peled makes it also very clear that Israeli policy has to be blamed. His mother, Nurit Peled-Elhanan, is a well-known professor for language and education at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

This manipulation occurs at different fields like images, maps, layouts and use of language in History, Geography and Civic Studies textbook, The manipulation by education aims at the marginalization of Palestinians and reinforces Jewish-Israeli identity.

The author himself was a victim of Zionist indoctrination that stigmatized a whole people to enemies he has had no opportunity to really know. With these meetings began a journey from darkness to enlightenment.

Everybody, who is not a partisan, knows that it was a war of aggression, planned by the military establishment, the second generation, against the will of the political leadership, the immigrant generation.

One should read the statements by Israeli politicians like Menachem Begin or other top brass of the military elite. But neither the US nor European academics incorporate their statements into their analysis because it would destroy the myth about the Six-Day War that Zionist Hasbara propaganda has created. The Early Years 1.

Book Review: ‘The General’s Son: Journey of an Israeli in Palestine’

Roots 2. My Father Was Matti Peled 3.

Against the Current: Academia and Activism Part 2: A Long Way From Home 4. The Red Beret 5. Karate 6. Black September Part 3: The Road to Palestine 7. A Journey Begins 8. Two Flags 9. The Fear Virus Who Will Speak for Gaza? Abu Ansar Defiance Part 4: Hope for Peace The Next Generation Abu Ali Shahin The Zionist state has to be replaced by a democracy.

A fascinating book.

Ludwig Watzal works as a journalist and editor in Bonn, Germany. He contributed this article to PalestineChronicle. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.

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All donations are tax deductible. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Two Flags 9. The Palestinians have been enduring their holocaust for decades more.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. It tells the story of a man and his son whose experience in the Israeli army awakened them to the horrible reality of Israeli occupation.

The experience of meeting Palestinian was comforting, liberating and heart wrenchingly difficult.

But the cabinet was hesitant. Table of Contents.

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Feb 02, Zee1 rated it it was amazing. Increasingly, he perceived Israel's army and bombing as disproportionate in size to the Palestinians' response e.

Miko Peled's account is nowhere near as graphic, nor written dramatically, but in it's quiet earnestness, it is just as effective.