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If Israel lost the war

by Richard Z. Chesnoff

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Published by Coward-McCann in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Israel-Arab War, 1967 -- Fiction.

  • Edition Notes

    A novel.

    Statementby Richard Z. Chesnoff, Edward Klein [and] Robert Littell.
    ContributionsKlein, Edward, 1936- joint author., Littell, Robert, 1935- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ4.C5237 If, PS3553.H4 If
    The Physical Object
    Pagination253 p.
    Number of Pages253
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5615151M
    LC Control Number68023376

    If Israel had lost any of the wars she faced there would have been a genocide. On the eve of the war, President of Egypt, Gamal Abdel Nasser said: "We shall not enter Palestine with its soil. the battle confronting Israel was not simply a religious war; it was a theocratic war. Israel was directly ruled by God and the extermination was God’s direct command (cf. Exod. ; Deut. ; Josh. ). No other nation either before or after Israel has been a .

      in Israel's past there was a time when the kingdom had split into the two nations Israel and Judea. Judea being made up primarily of 2 of the tribes of Israel and the other 10 stayed as "the nation of Israel". eventually Israel was conquered and the conquering nation had exiled them (a common practice back then to help lessen the chance of rebellion) and since they already were doing a very. That Yahweh was “a man of war” (Exod ) who brought Israel victory in battle was a fact the nation loved to commemorate in song. What is apparently another book of this type is the Book of Jashar (or “the Upright”) mentioned and quoted in Joshua f. and 2 Samuel ff.

    Israel won the war in Since then, Israel has fought some controversial wars, but this one was a war of survival. If Israel had lost the war in , there would have been no Israel afterward. On Saturday, Israel lost 24 soldiers — the equivalent, given Israel's small population, of 1, Americans. Imagine losing 1, GI's and marines in one day in Iraq. All together Israel lost people, of whom were 's the equivalent of 5, Author: DAVID TWERSKY.


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If Israel Lost the War Hardcover – January 1, by Richard Z. Chesnoff (Author), Edward Klein (Author), Robert Littell (Author) & 0 more/5(11). He essentially ridiculed and diminished the true extent of Israeli aggression in the war ofwhich was almost First of all, it was very well written, precise, concrete, and realistic.

But I also felt that it was just another piece of pro-Israeli /5. Mixing a tightly woven fabric of hard fact and plausible fiction, If Israel Lost The War goes behind the scenes and explores the decision-making process in the highest power centers from Washington to Moscow.

It us a novel that cannot fail to shock, fascinate and forewarn. If Israel Lost the War by Richard Z. Chesnoff; Edward Klein; Robert Littell and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A facile, speculative construction of the events which might have followed a quick Arab victory over Israel's army and air force in June Potential readers who would welcome the intellectual exercise will be turned off by the pseudo-precision of detail (""Nasser sat back in his black leather upholstered swivel chair and stretched"") and yellow-journalistic anecdotes in the service of pro.

War fiction Fiction War stories: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chesnoff, Richard Z., If Israel lost the war. New York, Coward-McCann [] (OCoLC) Online version: Chesnoff, Richard Z., If Israel lost the war.

New York, Coward-McCann [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction: Document Type: Book: All. Richard Ben Cramer in his book How Israel Lost took me beyond Israeli borders to witness the construction of Israel society and to understand the complexity of Israel-Palestine conflict.

The reasons I picked up this book because first, the writer is a jewish and an american journalist who lived for a long time in both Israel in Palestine/5.

As per your edit, you are fully aware aware that there would be no Israel. Good. Without Israel, I don't believe that Palis would ever have, or feel the need for, a state. We probably would have Syria expanding southward, Egypt expanding eastward.

Originally Answered: What would have happened if Israel lost the six day war. The simple answer is that Israel can not afford to lose a single war.

Arabs would, within a second, exercise their wish to drive the Jews in the sea. "If Israel Lost the War" is New York pidgin, which has no subjunctive. It apparently means, "if Israel HAD lost the war" but then it wouldn't be New York pidgin.

Is the entire book /5. Buy If Israel lost the war by Richard Z. Chesnoff, Edward Klein, Robert Littell online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now.

Genre/Form: Fiction War stories: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Chesnoff, Richard Z., If Israel lost the war. New York, Coward-McCann []. What If The Arab Nations Of Egypt, Syria, and Jordan Defeated Israel In The Six Day War.

#AlternateHistory #MonsieurZ #Israel New Videos Every Wednesday At PM EST __ Join Our Website USofZ. If Israel had lost the Six Day War. Two years after the conflict, an extraordinary novel tried to imagine that. It was written by Robert Littell, Richard Chesnoff and Edward Klein. When war came to Jerusalem inmany fleeing Palestinians left behind their beloved book collections.

Collected and catalogued by Israelis, aro books sit in the national library but. Talk:If Israel Lost the War It is a book about the Arab-Israeli Conflict, which in its time was a best seller in bith the US and Israel and aroused considerable interest and debate as part of the debate on the subject both between Israelis and outsiders and among Israelis themselves.

The war was a war of extermination. The Arab league fully intended to drive Israel into the sea. It's possible that the Jews then would have received such overwhelming public support that a new Jewish state would be created, but at the point where Israel is destroyed there are too many possible outcomes to definitively predict a specific outcome.

However, let it suffice, for the while that although Israel won not just the war, but also theand wars as well as several smaller wars, it became the only victorious nation Author: Sheldon F.

Gottlieb. I quite enjoyed a book on that very subject: "If Israel Lost the War." See what your library card can do for you. It was decades ago, but I recall that in the end, Israel ceases to exist, and the Jewish population is now in "occupied territory" where they are subject to the mercy of the Arab governments.

Book of the Wars of Yahweh, lost document referred to and quoted in the Old Testament (Num. ff.). The book is probably a collection of early Israelite war songs including hymns of victory, curses, mocking songs, and other literary genres recounting the victories of Yahweh, the God of Israel, over his enemies; it indicates that biblical books rely on both written and oral tradition.

What if Israel had lost the Six-Day War? What if the conflict that erupted 50 years ago this week between Israel and its largest Arab neighbors – Egypt, Syria, and Jordan – had gone the other way?

What if there had been no Israeli conquest of Gaza and the Sinai Peninsula, of the Golan Heights, or of eastern Jerusalem and the West Bank?

I'm pretty sure Israel didn't begin construction of nuclear weapons until shortly after the 6 Day War ( I think). Supposedly Meir had 13 ready to use during the Yom Kippur War in In they were on the way towards having them but they didn't have them yet.

Following Israel's crushing victory over Egypt, Syria and Jordan in 's Six Day War, the Arab military forces were humiliated and itching for the opportunity to get their lost land back.

Chiefly, Syria wanted the Golan Heights back, and Egypt wanted the Sinai back.