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wards an independent Palestinian state.
London, Zed Press, 1985.
256 p.
H
a r t
, A
l a n
.
Arafat: terrorist or peacemaker.
London, Sidgwick &Jackson,
1984. 288 p. Illus.
A study o f the P.L.O. leader written with his full cooperation.
H
ir o
, D
i l i p
.
Inside the Middle East.
New ed. London, Routledge & Kegan
Paul, 1985. 496 p.
H
u n t e r
, R
o b e r t
.
The Middle East: options fo r the West.
London, Croom
Helm, 1985. 288 p.
K
a h a l a n i
, A
v ig d o r
.
Heights o f courage: a tank leaders war on the Golan.
London, Greenwood Press, 1985. 224 p. (Contributions in Military
History).
K
a u fm a n
, G
e r a l d
.
Decline and fa l l of liberal Israel.
London, Wildwood
House, 1985. 224 pp.
L
a m b
, F
r a n k l in
P., ed.
Reason not the need: eyewitness chronicles o f Israel’s
war in Lebanon.
Nottingham, Spokesman Books, 1984. 935 p. Illus.
L
a q u e u r
, W
a l t e r
Z. and
R
u b i n
, B
ar ry
M., eds.
Israel-Arab reader: a doc­
umentary history o f the Middle East conflict.
4th rev. ed. Harmonds-
worth, Penguin, 1985. 720 p.
L
e v e n b e r g
, S
c h n e i e r
.
The Board and Zion: an historical survey.
Hull, Rare
Times
L td . ,
1985. 169
p .
The struggle to establish the State o f Israel from the author’s
viewpoint and through the eyes o f the Board o f Deputies o f British
Jews o f which he was a member.
L
o u i s
, W
ill iam
R
o g e r
.
British Empire in the Middle East, 1945-51: Arab
nationalism, the United States and post-war imperialism.
Oxford, Oxford
Univ. Press, 1984. 820 p.
L
u k a c s
, Y
e h u d a
.
Documents on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, 1967-1983 .
Cambridge, Cambridge Univ. Press, 1984. 256 p.
M
a r a n t z
, P
a u l
and
S
t e i n
, J
a n ic e
G
r o s s
,
eds.
Peacemaking in the Middle
East: problems and prospects.
London, Croom Helm, 1985. 244 p.
N
ew m a n
, D
a v id
,
ed.
The impact of Gush Emunim: politics and settlement in
the West Bank.
London, Croom Helm, 1985. 277 p.
A discussion o f the ideological roots o f the movement with a look
at its political and religious objectives.
O
v e n d a l e
,
R.
The origins o f the Arab-Israeli wars.
London, Longman,
1984. 232 p.
P
e t e r s
, J
o a n
.
From time immemorial: the origins o f the Arab-Jewish conflict
over Palestine.
London, Michael Joseph, 1985. 624 p.
P
r y
, P
e t e r
.
Israel’s nuclear arsenal.
London, Croom Helm, 1985. 224
p .
Investigates the likely size and sophistication o f the weapons pro­
gram.
R
o t h s c h il d
,
J., ed.
Forbidden agendas: intolerance and defiance in the M id ­
dle East.
London, Al Saqi Books, 1984. 400 p.