Ibrahim Matar has had a long history working for Palestinian rights. Having studied at Freres College, the University of Beirut and Indiana University, he's built a career in working on social and economic development of the West Bank. Previously, he's written multiple articles about the rights and land ownership of the people of Palestine and is furthering this discussion with his new book.
"Jewish Migrant Forces Conquest of West Jerusalem in 1948 and East Jerusalem in 1967" is the culmination of his work and research, all aimed at showing the rights owed to the native people of Palestine. Going into the history and laws in the region from the 1940s to the present, Matar hopes to bring to light the wrongdoings done then and continuing today.
Readers looking to learn more about this ongoing conflict can purchase "Jewish Migrant Forces Conquest of West Jerusalem in 1948 and East Jerusalem in 1967" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iBooks Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: From Ibrahim Matar, 'Jewish Migrant Forces Conquest of West Jerusalem in 1948 and East Jerusalem in 1967' is a Historical Look at Land Ownership in Jerusalem