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The controversy of ‘From Time Immemorial’

ISRAEL HAYOM by Nadav Shragai February 13, 2015 …Joan Peters, a journalist, television producer, and political commentator, was a pro-Palestinian human rights activist during those years. She had even made frequent visits to the Middle East. Something unusual happened to … Continue reading

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Joan Peters and the Perils of Challenging the Palestinian Narrative

COMMENTARY by Jonathan Tobin January 13, 2015 Peters’s intention was to write a book sympathetic to the Palestinian refugees. But in the course of her research, she stumbled across an important fact that had hitherto received no notice from Westerners … Continue reading

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The Peters Principle on the Middle East Conflict

Joan Peters Caro, author of From Time Immemorial, died earlier this week AMERICAN THINKER by Michael Curtis January 9, 2015 …..The main theses of [Joan] Peters’s book need to be reiterated as a healthy corrective to the fallacious Palestinian Narrative … Continue reading

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Joan Peters Caro, author of From Time Immemorial, has passed away in Chicago

Joan Peters was a friend, a fellow Chicago CAMERA and StandWithUs board member and a courageous, articulate advocate for Israel. She was well-known in both the pro- and anti-Israel communities because of her groundbreaking and controversial book From Time Immemorial: The Arab-Jewish Conflict … Continue reading

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