The Charney Report: Confronting the Israeli-Arab Conflict

The Charney Report: Confronting the Israeli-Arab Conflict
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Tags: Q-Z-2, Recommended Books
Publication Year: October 2001
Format: Hardcover
Length: 320 Pages
ASIN: 1569802041
ISBN: 9781569802045

The Charney Report provides perspective on the peace process and gives hope that peace may yet come to the conflicted Middle East.

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About the Book

The Leon Charney Report, the nationally syndicated, cable interview show, has long been one of the favorite stops in America for statesmen, journalists, and others who play a vital part in the Mideast. The Charney Report: Confronting the Israeli-Arab Conflict reveals why. The Charney Report provides perspective on the peace process and gives hope that peace may yet come to this conflicted region. With the rise of fundamentalism and the continued struggle over Jerusalem, the region now faces as many challenges as it has before—and yet, talks continue. As Charney notes in his Afterword, ‘”The Middle East is the genesis of all religions and the cradle of civilization. It also has been a consistent source of conflict … One must never forget that the Holy Land is a place of miracles. And it has been said that to live in the Middle East is to believe in miracles over reality.”

About the Author
Leon Charney

Leon Charney holds a BA and BHL from Yeshiva University and a JD from Brooklyn Law School. He is a former U.S. presidential advisor and worked closely with Jimmy Carter to help broker the Israeli-Egyptian peace agreement. He is the author of four books and hosts "The Charney Report", a weekly national television show. He is the recipient of numerous awards and holds many honorary doctorates, including ones from Yeshiva University and the University of Haifa. Mr Charney resides in New York City.

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