Israel: The Will to Prevail
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Israel: The Will to Prevail

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Since its inception, the state of Israel has had a tumultuous relationship with its neighboring nations. Years of political fallout and military conflict have created continual tension in the region. Meanwhile, the United States continues to use Israel as a subordinate satellite at the same time as it imposes policies to be enforced by the State without thought to whether...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published November 26th 2013 by Palgrave Macmillan Trade (first published September 4th 2012)
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Karyn
Sep 23, 2012 Karyn marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Advanced Praise for Danny Danon's Israel: The Will to Prevail

"Danny Danon is one of Israel's emerging leaders and a force for keeping Israel free and strong. He unabashedly rejects the notion of making concessions and capitulations to terrorists, whether individuals or rogue nations. His skills as a political figure are exceptional and matched by his keen intellect and commitment to a strong and stable Israel. You will love the strength, thought, and clarity of his book."

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Jim
Danon is a young rising star in the Israeli Likud Party. His is a bold review of Zionism, why Jews have every right to claim Israel as their own. He reviews the history, politics, and religion of the most controversial real estate in the world.

The underlying theme is a new, confident Israel ready to defend her borders entirely on her own if need be. The mixed messages and two-state philosophy put forward by the Obama administration are taken to task.

I have a much better understanding of the hist...more
Rayan Ashary
Hilarious book with an extremist ideas or point of views which the writer holds to his country Israel, he didn't seem to write events which were against Israel in a professional way like his storytelling on youm al kappour war where Israel was defeated by Egypt and somehow syria beside many other events, I believe if you're Zionist extremist then you will just like this book otherwise you'll find it silly and brutal.
Jason Diehl
Danny Danon gives a great resource into the historical, biblical, and modern day reasons that Israel has a sovereign right to be a recognized nation state. It is amazing to see how the Jewish people have been treated throughout history, yet they continue to seek peace with those who wish only the worst for them.

May the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob bless His people and those that support her!
Susan
A quick read. The overall theme is how to move forward to a secure, confident Israel. One that is willing and able to defend itself if need be. Contains a mix and history, current issues and some ideas for achieving the goal the author presents. An interesting read.
Elke
Devotes eleven pages to solving the problem? WHAT THE HECK? Seriously, it's a book about the past, not the future. I like the idea of Jordan and Egypt stepping in to help solve the current conflict but that's not enough. Seriously, some more details would have been helpful.
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