Betrayal: France, the Arabs, and the Jews

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Encounter Books, 10. okt. 2013 - 171 sider
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David Pryce-Jones believes that France has done more damage to the Middle East than any other country. France encouraged the mass immigration of Arabs and that huge and growing minority in the country now believes that it has rights and claims which have not been met. This minority also believes that Israel should not exist. Middle East geo-politics are spreading from French soil to an increasingly Islamized Europe.
 

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The Harvest
3
The Quai dOrsay
16
Jews in the View of the Quai dOrsay
19
The Catholic Factor
25
Zionism versus French Designs
28
Between the Wars
37
Writers Take Sides
50
The Rescue of the Mufti of Jerusalem
60
Men and Matters
100
Interests and Hearts
110
The Pursuit of the Ayatollah
123
Ins and Some Outs
131
Pillars of Unwisdom
137
CONCLUSION
147
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
153
BIBLIOGRAPHY
155

The Mystique of Louis Massignon
68
A Pernicious Example and a Great Peril
75
Taking Advantage
87

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David Pryce-Jones has worked as a journalist and author. He was Literary Editor at the Financial Times from 1959-61, and The Spectator from 1961-63. He currently works as senior editor at National Review magazine and contributes to The New Criterion and Commentary. He is the author of nine novels and numerous works of non-fiction.

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