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Whose People? Wales, Israel, Palestine / Jasmine Donahaye

Swansea University Author: Jasmine Donahaye

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This monograph is the first to explore the long history of Wales's interest in Palestine and Israel, and its close interest in Jews and Zionism. It examines the relationship that Wales has with the Israel-Palestine situation in the present through a consideration of literary and other published...

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Published: Cardiff University of Wales Press 2012
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