We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land

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We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land: A Plan That Will Work
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Author Jimmy Carter
Cover artist Michael Accordino
Country United States
Language English
Subject Political Science
Genre Non-Fiction
Publisher Simon & Schuster
Publication date
February 9, 2010
Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback) AudioBook (Audio CD)
Pages 256
ISBN 978-1-4391-4069-7
OCLC 264039129
LC Class DS119.76.C354
Preceded by Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid

We Can Have Peace In The Holy Land: A Plan That Will Work[1] is a New York Times Best Seller book written by Jimmy Carter, 39th President of the United States (1977–1981) and winner of the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize. It was published by Simon and Schuster in February 2009. It came as a sequel to his previous book Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid believing that U.S president Barack Obama said he will make a personal effort for Middle East Peace from the beginning of his administration.

While President, Carter hosted talks between Menachem Begin of Israel and Anwar Sadat of Egypt that led to the Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty. In this book Carter argues that Israel's continued control of Palestinian land has been the primary obstacle to a comprehensive peace agreement in the Middle East.

Table of Contents[edit]

  • Introduction: Storm Over a Book
  1. From Abraham's Journeys to the Six-Day War
  2. My Early Involvement with Israel
  3. Peace at Camp David
  4. Reagan, Bush I, and Clinton, 1981-2000
  5. The Early Bush II Years, 2001-2005
  6. Withdrawal from Gaza and Its Aftermath
  7. Spasmodic Peace Efforts, Long Overdue
  8. How Close Is Israel to Its Major Goals?
  9. A Search for Information
  10. Can Hamas Play a Positive Role?
  11. Assessment of the Region
  12. Challenges to Israelis and Palestinians
  13. An Agenda for Peace

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