Still Life with Bombers: Israel in the Age of Terrorism
When peace talks between Palestinian and Israeli leaders collapsed at Camp David in 2000, a conflict as bloody as any that had ever occurred between the two peoples began. Now David Horovitz—editor of The Jerusalem Report—explores the quotidian and profound effects this conflict and its attendant terrorism have had on the lives of ordinary men, women and children.
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published December 18th 2007 by Knopf
(first published March 2nd 2004)
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This is written by an Israeli journalist living in Israel with his family. An insider's account of what is it like to live with the everpresent danger of suicide bombers and the complexities of life there that we seldom get from the news. Although written in 2000? not current but I am sure still relevant. OK ps I may be confusing this book with his other book here on my list. I am terrible about remembering book titles.