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Israel: Stripped Bare is a book about the brutal reality of Israel’s existence, written from a perspective of an Arab-Jew. Some of these articles were already published in Sephardic Heritage Update, and some have been added over the years. It becomes crucial to see Israel’s existence through the eyes of the Levantine prison, outside of the European perspective of the Jewish State. The book provokes serious ideas and thoughts concerning the future relationship between Arabs and Jews in the Middle East and the possible contribution of Jews born in Arab and Muslim countries to the future cultural symbiosis of this historical crossroads.

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