Oren Kessler on Palestine 1936: A Virtual Jewish Book Council Author Talk 

Monday, March 11 at 1:00 P.M. ON ZOOM

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About Palestine 1936

One of the Wall Street Journal's 10 Best Books of 2023
Named a Booklist Editors' Choice in History: Adult Books, 2023

"[Kessler] has done an exceptional job and opened new vistas on troubles past and present." — Wall Street Journal

"Kessler’s history is key to understanding the current situation between Israelis and Palestinians." —Booklist, Starred Review

A gripping, profoundly human, yet even-handed narrative of the origins of the Middle East conflict, with enduring resonance and relevance for our time.

Click below to read a review at the Jewish Book Council website:


Oren Kessler is a jour­nal­ist and ana­lyst based in Tel Aviv. He was for­mer­ly deputy direc­tor for research at the Foun­da­tion for Defense of Democ­ra­cies in Wash­ing­ton, a research fel­low at the Hen­ry Jack­son Soci­ety in Lon­don, Arab affairs cor­re­spon­dent for The Jerusalem Post, and an edi­tor at Haaretz. Pales­tine 1936 is his first book.