France, the Arabs and the Jews

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Baker & Taylor
A critical analysis of France's middle-eastern policies argues that the French planned the development of a Franco-Arab power bloc that would one day rival the United States, discussing how France promoted Palestinian causes, supported Saddam Hussein and the Ayatollah Khomeini, and encouraged the mass immigration of Arabian citizens before sparking infighting that has compromised their regional influence.

Perseus Publishing
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.

Publisher: New York : Encounter Books, c2008
ISBN: 9781594032202
Branch Call Number: 327.44056 P955b 2008
Characteristics: xviii, 171 p. ; 24 cm


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