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The Anti-Israel Agenda : Inside the Political War on the Jewish State - Alex Ryvchin

The Anti-Israel Agenda

Inside the Political War on the Jewish State

Hardcover Published: 8th August 2017
ISBN: 9789652299147
Number Of Pages: 320

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Since 1948, Israel has withstood three full-scale invasions on multiple fronts, bloody wars with Palestinian militias, deadly bombings of its diplomatic missions, and hundreds of terrorist attacks within its territory and against its citizens abroad.

This violence has inflicted immense suffering and loss on the people of Israel, but the country has emerged from armed conflict with more territory rather than less, while its permanent preparedness for war has ensured that the full weight of Israeli innovation has been thrown behind the country's military, turning it into the most formidable fighting force in the region. In light of Israel's military prowess, its enemies have opened a new front in their war of annihilation: a full-scale political assault on Israel's legitimacy. The Anti-Israel Agenda reveals how the institutions of greatest moral and political influence including Western governments, the campus, the United Nations, and the Church are being turned against Israel in an effort to isolate and cripple the state until it can no longer defend its interests or its people.

Bringing together the finest minds devoted to the Arab-Israeli conflict, including Alan Dershowitz, Alan Johnson, Col. Richard Kemp, and Hillel Neuer, this powerful and timely exposé reveals how the conflict with Israel has shifted from the battlefield to the corridors of power, the media we consume, the campuses we attend, and every forum that touches our lives. Engrossing and authoritative, The Anti-Israel Agenda is essential to understanding war and conflict in today’s Middle East. Book features:

  • Latest analysis of global events concerning the Middle East including at the United Nations, in government and on campus.
  • Full exposé of the methods and goals of the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement.
  • Relates to a topic that is always in the news and a source of intense commentary and debate.

About the Author

Alex Ryvchin was born in Kiev, Ukraine. His family left the Soviet Union as refugees in 1987, when Alex was three years old, and settled in Sydney, Australia. He studied law and politics before working in the state legislature and practising law at two of the world’s largest firms, in Sydney and in London. He served as a spokesman for the Zionist Federation UK, and was awarded the prestigious Israel Research Fellowship to work as a research fellow and staff writer at a Jerusalem-based think-tank.

In 2013 he returned to Australia and joined the Executive Council of Australian Jewry as Director of Public Affairs. A prominent speaker and writer on the Arab-Israeli conflict, foreign and national affairs, he writes for leading publications throughout the world and has appeared on numerous TV and radio programs.

Industry Reviews

Chilling, essential reading.
Seth Mandel, New York Post

Powerful, compelling, and meticulously researched. The most important book on Israel since Alan Dershowitz's The Case for Israel.
Mike Huckabee, 44th Governor of Arkansas

A must-read to understand the anti-Israel agenda and how Israel operates within today's complicated international community.
Jerusalem Post

An outstanding, well-reasoned exposé that strikes at the rotten heart of the anti-Israel movement.
Brendan O Neill, author and editor, Spiked Online

ISBN: 9789652299147
ISBN-10: 9652299146
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 8th August 2017
Publisher: Gefen Publishing House
Country of Publication: IL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 16.51  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.5

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