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 “An incisive view inside Israeli politics at the highest level and a unique insight into Israel’s relations with the United States during a turbulent period, ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ will be a primary source for students and supporters of Israel.” 

— Michael Oren, former Israeli ambassador to the United States and New York Times bestselling author.

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“‘My Brother’s Keeper’ is an essential read for anyone interested in the intricacies of Israel-U.S. relations… In his book, Harow masterfully unveils the intricacies of this unique alliance, revealing both the shared values and interests, but also the challenges that have bound our two nations together.”

— Natan Sharansky

 

My Brother’s Keeper tells the behind–the–scenes story of how the American President and the Israeli Prime Minister clashed about peace, war, and the future of the region.

Barack Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu viewed the world — and especially the Middle East — differently. The US president wanted to end what he saw as America’s perpetual war against the Muslim and Arab worlds, use diplomacy to bring about a Palestinian state coexisting peacefully with Israel, and apply his signature foreign policy vision to reward the Islamic Republic of Iran in exchange for the scaling back of their nuclear pursuits. The Israeli premier wanted his country to thrive without the senseless bloodshed of terror and violence, and he was determined to protect the Jewish state from threats of annihilation by a member of the axis of evil that would one day be armed with nuclear weapons. Netanyahu wanted peace for peace, as well as the acceptance of Israel as a full–fledged part of the Middle East. In 2014, during a pivotal summer of terrorist violence, a war in Gaza, and the advancement of a nuclear deal with Iran, the two men clashed, threatening the US–Israeli strategic alliance and the future of the region. The Middle East would never be the same.

Complete the form below to reserve your signed copy at the discounted price of $22, to be collected at his talk on Monday February 12th at SSTC.

 

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