Books about Israel and the conflict

3/03 Queen Noor's Book
Queen Noor's book number 1 on NY Times bestseller list under non-fiction - Though I haven't yet read it, I highly recommend this book. I first saw Her Majesty sitting in between Hannity and Colmes on their Fox News Channel program some time after 9-11. I was impressed with her intellect, poise, and outspokenness then, and I still am. I saw her on Book TV Cspan2 a week or so ago on the book tour discussing some of the issues of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and I couldn't agree more with her viewpoint. I'm glad to see that Americans are picking up this book and getting a different perspective.

3-30 - Queen Noor on Book TV on Cspan2 I watched some of this tonight and she is good. The former Queen of Jordan who was born in America offered valuable insight into the reality of the ME conflict, Islam, democracy and more.  Story on book Her book is number 3 in the nonfiction category of the WallStreet Journal list of bestsellers.
*A Newsweek interview with Queen Noor - She's right - there cannot be peace in the Middle East until there is justice.

Leap of Faith: Memoirs of an Unexpected Life by Queen Noor

Other Recommended Books

The Israeli Holocaust Against the Palestinians by Michael Hoffman II, Moshe Lieberman

Bitter Harvest, Palestine Between 1914-1979 by Sami Hadawi

Fateful Triangle: The United States, Israel, and the Palestinians (South End Press Classics Series) by Noam Chomsky, Edward W. Said

They Dare to Speak Out by Paul Findley about the Israeli lobby's influence over our government.

Deliberate Deceptions: Facing the Facts About the U.S.-Israeli Relationship by Paul Findley - I've read some of Mr. Findley's articles on the web, and he is good.

One Nation Under Israel by Andrew J. Hurley

By Way of Deception by Victor Ostrovsky

Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel by Israel Shahak, Norton Mezvinsky

Invisible Enemy by Edward Abboud