No Man’s Land, Richard Crowley
The creation of a Jewish state in the Holy Lands after World War Two and the consequent disappointment and displacement of the Palestine people has had long-term and violent consequences for all parties in the region. No Man's Land draws on Richard Crowley s extensive experience as a correspondent in the region since 2001, and his interviews with a broad cross section of people representing the huge diversity of opinions and involvement in this most complex conflict.
From Irish Jews who have emigrated to Israel and even moved into the contentious settlements, to Palestinians who lived in Ireland as well as more high-profile protagonists from both sides; the book poses the vexed question, to the residents themselves, of how to solve this long-standing dispute for land and the Holy City of Jerusalem and seeks to imagine the consequences if the issue continues to remain unresolved.
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Author: Richard Crowley