David Rubin’s new book, “Peace For Peace: Israel In The New Middle East”, exposes the false premises on which past peace plans have been based, resulting in thirty years of wasted effort, billions of dollars spent, and thousands of lost lives.
Many books have been written about the ongoing peace process between Israel and its neighbors, but none have succeeded in explaining why, despite all the sincere efforts, the peace process always fails. InPeace For Peace: Israel In The New Middle East, David Rubin explains the reasons why the great hopes of peace negotiations have never been realized.
Rubin describes the greatly promoted and publicized, yet disappointing summits and the various peace plans that have blown up and resulted in years of terrorism and recurring wars and urges us to draw the necessary conclusions:
“The time has come for Israel and all peace-makers to take a step back and examine the peace process with open eyes, without ignoring the religious-cultural turmoil in the new Middle East.”
Rubin also presents us with the framework for a bold, practical peace plan, which he calls Peace for Peace. With his comprehensive analysis and lucid description, Rubin shows us how Peace for Peace, built on strong biblical principles combining historical justice and common sense, can eventually bring a realistic and lasting peace arrangement to this fascinating, but troubled part of the world.