Honigman: The Quest for Justice

Gerald A. Honigman is a good friend of mine and a leading historian on the Middle East.

His book, The Quest For Justice In the Middle East…The Arab-Israeli Conflict In Greater Perspective, made its academic debut in Washington, D.C. in October 2009 at the Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (ASMEA) Conference.

According to him,
The Quest for Justice in the Middle East is an endeavor to place the struggle between Arab and Jew into a much broader and far more accurate context, providing that greater perspective needed for this to occur and for all peoples in the region–not only (but not excluding) Arabs–to obtain their own fair share of justice.

Comments from some leading analysts and tv personalties follow.

    Jerry Honigman’s The Quest For Justice In The Middle East… is a must read to anyone who wants a greater, in-depth understanding of one of the most challenging conflicts in the world today…

Brigitte Gabriel, Lebanese-American Act! For America’s 2-time New York Times best-selling author of Because They Hate and They Must Be Stopped.

    Jerry is a friend and a great writer. His book is a cry for justice which shouts from the heart to a world that has shut its ears to the suffering of the Jewish people and to other non-Arab peoples in the region too often ignored as well…

Egyptian-American Nonie Darwish, Former Muslims United’s author of Cruel and Usual Punishment and Now They Call Me Infidel.

    Gerald Honigman presents his own case to demonstrate the problems with Middle East Studies on campuses in America today and has distilled decades of thought about the Arab-Israeli conflict into this very intensely personal and passionate book…

Dr. Daniel Pipes, Director, Middle East Forum.

    We want justice for all, meaning that all peoples of the region need to be considered for any peace deals and undoing past sins. Mr. Honigman’s book presents a look at justice in the region from a much broader perspective than the view that is so prevalent today, one which only addresses the Arab cause…

Dr. Sherkoh Abbas, Kurdistan National Assembly of Syria.

    The Imazighen (Berbers of North Africa) struggle every day for their most basic rights, denied to tens of millions of native Amazigh people on their own land by Arabo-Islamist dictatorial states in North Africa. Thanks to my dear friend, Gerald Honigman, for writing this book…

Yugurten, Publisher, Afrique-du-Nord.com


October 17, 2010 | Comments »

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