Middle East Issues - A Deadly Global Virus
Middle East issues can no longer be considered an “isolated virus” that can be contained or controlled. Whether we want to admit it, we’re all in this struggle together.
Perhaps it’s fitting that the area in the world where the Old and New Testament purportedly had their roots should be the battlefield over basic humanitarian questions.
Should every man, woman and child have a right to live and realize their manifest destinies?
Two of Dandelion’s books, Tracking Deception, by
William A. Cook
and Ben-Gurion's Scandals: How The Haganah and
The Mossad Eliminated Jews, by Naeim Giladi focus on these moral and ethical aspects of the Middle East conflict.
Both men are humanitarians.
Dr. William A. Cook is an academician who has been Chair, Dean and Vice President of seven U.S. colleges/universities and Naeim Giladi (Khalaschi) is a former Iraqi, Israeli and American journalist.
"…Suicide bombings are acts of desperation and mean that a people have been pushed to the brink.
About Tracking Deception, Alexander Cockburn, co-editor of
states: "By rights this book's cover should show Bill Cook, triumphant on the flight deck of Truth, with a big sign behind him saying Mission Accomplished. He nails Bush's lethal Middle East rampages fair and square."
“Bill Cook offers elegant prose and literary references to his penetrating insights into the key issues of our time. Dante and John Ciardi help the reader understand the criminal minds of Bush and Sharon that will lead readers to act and read more,: writes Saul Landau, Director of Digital Media & International Outreach Program, College of LSA & SS, California Polytechnic University.
Naeim Giladi (Khalaschi) was born in Iraq to a family of farmers who grew dates and rice.
Since early childhood he absorbed the rich Arabic culture which included prose and poetry.
After the massacre of Jews in Baghdad, which was organized by the British, he joined the underground Zionist movement.
At the end of World War II he moved to southern Iran where his family owned farm land. There he engaged in the smuggling of Iraqi Jews via Iran to Israel.
With his arrival in Israel he was faced with ethnic discrimination which he fought against and organized thousands of others to resist.
Giladi’s crusade against Israeli ethnic discrimination angered the Israeli government and they retaliated by denying him and his family members any government jobs. Despite the economic hardship, Giladi did not give up.
He continued his struggle for social equality and justice and called for an Arab/Israeli peace based on true understanding and recognition of the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people.
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