The Hundred Years’ War on Palestine is a landmark history from a foremost US historian of the Middle East, told through pivotal events and family history. Drawing on a wealth of untapped archival materials and the reports of generations of family members—mayors, judges, scholars, diplomats, and journalists—Rashid Khalidi upends accepted interpretations of the conflict, which tend, at best, to describe a tragic clash between two peoples with claims to the same territory. Instead, he traces a hundred years of colonial war on the Palestinians, waged first by the Zionist movement and then Israel, but backed by Britain and the United States, the great powers of the age.
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This event is hosted by the Institute for Palestine Studies - USA in collaboration with the Centre for Palestine Studies, SOAS.
Rashid Khalidi: is the Edward Said Professor of Modern Arab Studies at Columbia University and most recently the author of The Hundred Years' War on Palestine.
Raja Shehadeh: is a leading Palestinian writer. He is also a lawyer and the founder of the pioneering Palestinian human rights organization Al-Haq, and the author of the recently published book Going Home.