"These three wide-ranging, highly readable,and extremely
    well-informed volumes are a real gem that should be read
    by every politically- and historically minded seeker of truth,
    justice, and enduring peace in historical Palestine."
    Journal of Palestine Studies (JPS 165), 2012

    “In this extraordinary book, Alan Hart has succeeded in elucidating for us
    the immediate and long term dangers involved in the unconditional
    Western support for Zionism and its oppressive policies against the
    Palestinians. The author provides us with a chilling exposure of how this
    embrace developed and continues to endanger the Jewish existence and
    fuels the anti-Semitism that refuses to disappear. Motivated by a genuine
    concern for peace in Israel and Palestine and beyond in the world at large,
    Alan Hart has written not only a strong indictment of Zionism, based on
    both research and personal experience, but also provided us with a
    charter for a better future.”
    Leading Israeli revisionist historican, author of The Ethnic Cleansing of

    "I hope that all who are concerned about the troubles of the Middle East
    will read this book. It is immensely readable and a magnificent piece of
    work which reflects Alan Hart’s close relationship with Israeli and
    Palestinian leaders. We are in terrible trouble in the Middle East. The book
    explains how we got here and how we could move forward. The tragedy is
    hurting Palestinians, Israelis and the rest of the world. All who wish to
    engage in finding a way forward will be helped by reading this book."
    ­ CLARE SHORT, MP-UK and International Development Secretary in Tony
    Blair's government until her resignation over Iraq

    "Alan Hart's new books about Zionism and about the Israeli-Palestinian,
    Israeli-Arab, and now the Israeli-Muslim conflicts are, taken together,
    remarkably important and timely.    His unique experiences and personal
    relationships make it possible for him to connect, and maybe even more
    notably to correct, the historical dots in a uniquely comprehensive way.  
    Doing so as a seasoned journalist as well as a passionate advocate of true
    peace and real justice makes Hart's trilogy of books covering 1948 to the
    present nothing less than extraordinary.  Taken together they represent a  
    monumental accomplishment of epic proportions.  If only responsible
    government officials around the world, especially in Washington, would
    read and ponder these books, take profound note of Hart's conclusions,
    and even at this very late date act before it is completely too late.."
    - Mark Bruzonsky, founder
    World Jewish Congress, first Washington Representative

    Hart’s readable account of history, his obviously erudite analysis and his
    ability in bringing the factual conflict to life on the page ensures the
    reader's interest is unwavering throughout. His passion and empathy with
    both sides is apparent. For the Jews, the ‘unspeakable fear’ of another
    Holocaust due to Zionist manipulation and tyranny; and for the Arabs and
    Muslims, the anger and humiliation they are feeling every day that
    Palestine is being torn apart.
    ­ Samira Quraishy, researcher, Islamic Human Rights Commission

    "Alan Hart in his chillingly revealing and very readable account of the
    intrigues of the Zionist political development has made a tremendously
    valuable contribution ."

    "These two volumes are a vital exposition of Zionist history and its
    interface with diplomacy and the Israel-Arab conflict, up until the
    assassination of President Kennedy.  Alan Hart promises another volume,
    perhaps two, and one looks forward to their publication.... an essential
    understanding of what happened in the struggle for Israel-Palestine and of
    the role of Zionism in this sad story."   
    REUEL AMDUR, The Canadian Charger, January 27, 2010

    "The scope is immense, but leavened by Hart's conversational writing
    style and his years of personal experiences and insider observations.  
    Even the most obsessive readers on this topic will learn much in its
    pages.  At a book promotion gathering in a home in Brooklyn in June, Hart
    said he wrote with two goals in mind:  to contribute to justice for the
    Palestinians and to stop anti-Semitism.  Hart is in earnest about the
    JANE ADAS, Americans for Middle East Understanding, Sept-October, 2010


    Alan Hart is a former BBC Panorama and ITN Middle East
    correspondent with a vast first-hand knowledge of the subject. He
    knew, and interviewed, many of the main players in the Israel-
    Palestine conflict on all sides (Golda Meir, Yasser Arafat and other
    PLO leaders, Moshe Dayan, Shimon Peres, Nasser, King
    Hussein of Jordan, George Habash, King Feisal - the list is long).
    He also participated at a leadership level in the secret politics of
    the search for peace in the Middle East (as an intermediary
    between Arafat and Peres when it was presumed Peres was
    headed for leadership) His first book Arafat, Terrorist or
    Peacemaker? was published by Sidgwick & Jackson in 1984 and
    subsequently in several updated editions over a decade. In the
    early 1970s, his independent production company produced the
    first ever documentary on true dimensions of global poverty and
    its implications for all. The film, Five Minutes To Midnight, had its
    world premiere at the opening of the 7th Special Session of the
    UN General Assembly (called to discuss the need for a New
    World Economic Order), and was shown on television in many
    Western countries, was versioned for schools and became a
    standard work of reference. For that effort Alan was credited with
    having played a leading role in getting the North-South issue on to
    the agenda for public debate.


    This is the third volume in the series ZIONISM, THE REAL ENEMY OF THE
    JEWS, an epic journey through the propaganda lies and the documented
    truth of history as it relates to the making and sustaining of the conflict in
    and over Palestine that became Israel. Conflict Without End? takes the
    story from the 1967 war and the creation of a Greater Israel right up to the
    present and the question: Will President Obama be allowed to deliver an
    acceptable amount of justice for the Palestinians in order to achieve peace
    for all—and if he can’t deliver, is a final round of Zionist ethnic cleansing

    The compromising of Security Council integrity, author Alan Hart argues, is
    the key to understanding everything that has happened since the 1967
    war. By allowing Israel to violate international law and settle the Occupied
    Territories, the major powers, led by America, effectively created two sets
    of rules for the behaviour of nations—one for all the nations of the world
    minus Israel and the other exclusively for it.

    Hart enables readers to grasp how PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat risked
    everything, including his life, to persuade first his leadership colleagues
    and then his people to accept his policy of compromise and peace on
    terms which any rational government and people in Israel would have
    accepted with relief.

    This third volume also includes insights Hart gained while acting as the
    linkman in a secret exploratory dialogue between Arafat and Israel’s
    Shimon Peres who, at the time, was the leader of the main opposition
    Labour Party, hoping to deny the Likud’s Menachem Begin a second term
    in office. The story of this mediation effort and of Sharon’s blood oath
    reveals why making peace may be a mission impossible for any Israeli
    leader, without sufficient outside pressure.

    Only an American President, Hart concludes, has the leverage required to
    cause enough Israelis to be serious about peace on terms most Arabs and
    Muslims everywhere could accept. In an Epilogue titled “Is Peace
    Possible?” Hart suggests the changes that must be made in America if any
    occupant of the White House is ever to be free to make the peace.

Conflict Without End?
by Alan Hart
ISBN: 978-0932863690   
392 pp.  $21.95   2010



    Chapter One
    America Takes Sides, War with Nasser Act II;
    and the Creation of Greater Israel 13

    Chapter Two
    The Liberty Affair—”Pure Murder” on a “Great Day” 79

    Chapter Three
    Goodbye to the Security Council’s Integrity 113

    Chapter Four
    When Peace Was There for the Taking 135

    Chapter Five
    Karameh—A Moment of Destiny 142

    Chapter Six
    The Regeneration of Palestinian Nationalism 149

    Chapter Seven
    “The United States Only Backs the Winning Horse” 156

    Chapter Eight
    Wasfi Tal’s Assassination—Purpose and Consequences 172

    Chapter Nine
    The Yom Kippur War and “Nuclear Blackmail” 187

    Chapter Ten
    Zionism Loses the Propaganda War and the First Goodbye
    to Rabin 196

Chapter Eleven
    “Washington—’Worst Fears Coming True’” 213

    Chapter Twelve
    The Blood Oath 220

    Chapter Thirteen
    “Tell Arafat I’ve Only Got My Atom Bomb Left” 233

    Chapter Fourteen
    Zionism as the Recruiting Sergeant for Violent Islamic
    Fundamentalism (Palestinian Style) 247

    Chapter Fifteen
    Arafat’s Oslo Initiative and Rabin’s Assassination 252

    Chapter Sixteen
    Netanyahu—The American Sponsored Fool in His
    Paradise 270

    Chapter Seventeen
    Barak and Clinton Blow It; Arafat Gets the Blame 279

    Chapter Eighteen
    A Resurrection, a Crucifixion and a Road Map to Nowhere

    Chapter Nineteen
    State Terrorism Becomes Israel’s Norm 332

    Epilogue 358

    Endnotes 378