Red Star Over Jerusalem

Red Star Over Jerusalem : Communist-Islamist-Arab Conquest Plans for Israel

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During the Cold War, Israel was the target of sustained Soviet subversion and conquest efforts. The Soviets utilized their proxies amongst the Israeli Left, the Communist Party (Rakah), and the PLO to chip away at the fabric of the Israeli nationalist consensus. Meanwhile, the PLO built up a massive military force in Lebanon and a terrorist infrastructure in the Israeli-held territories in the West Bank. In the "post-Cold War" years, the PLO and other Palestinian terror groups continued their efforts to subvert Israel and encourage the Israeli Left in their efforts to appease the enemies of the Zionist state. Meanwhile, profit-hungry Israeli companies and naive political elites sought to engage Egypt, Iran, Red China, and other adversaries of the Jewish state. Lastly, author Nevin Gussack issues a brief list of recommendations for the Israeli state to confront the subversion plans of its enemies and disengage from economic relations with nations such as Red more

Product details

  • Paperback | 40 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 2.54mm | 154.22g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514140675
  • 9781514140673

About Nevin Gussack

Nevin Gussack is a professional librarian, political commentator, and writer. His works appeared on the webpages of the Center for Intelligence Studies, Accuracy in Media, Economy in Crisis, and He also appeared on America's Survival Roku television program, WEI's Make the Call radio program, and the veteran broadcaster Chuck Harder's radio program For the People. Nevin earned a double major from the State University of New York at Albany in History and Political Science. Since that time, he also earned two Master's Degrees in Social Studies Education from Florida Atlantic University and Library and Information Science from the University of South Florida. A native of New York, Nevin lives with his wife, daughter, and eight cheerful, chirping birds in more