War Against The Palestinians, is the work of Ariel Sharon and Baruch Kimerling.
Political destruction is a process that includes various social, political and military activities and its purpose is to destroy the political and national existence of a nation and deny their autonomy. Murder, mass murder, the elimination of elite leaders and groups, the destruction of public facilities and infrastructure, land grabbing, starvation, social and political segregation, retraining and ethnic cleansing are all major tools to achieve this.
The political destruction of the Palestinian people did not begin with the election of Ariel Sharon, but rather the aftermath of the 1967 war and, in part, the nature and basis of the Zionist movement, which has been strengthened and supported by some regional and global processes and events.
The author, Baruch Kimerling, who is himself an Israeli, criticizes Ariel Sharon’s autobiography and how he was appointed Prime Minister of Israel in 2001, criticizing his performance and the social situation of Palestinian Arabs and generations. It has expressed and analyzed the Palestinian genocide, as well as the main factors underlying the current situation of the Israeli government and the Jewish community.
Regarding the author of the book Political Destruction, the Palestinian Genocide in Israel, Ariel Sharon:
He joined the Haganah in 1942, when he was just 14 years old. The Haganah group had planned and implemented a number of measures at the time to evict Palestinians from their homes and lands, and to kill dissidents in the event of opposition. Such groups formed the first nuclei of the Israeli army after the establishment of the government.
Sharon joined the Jewish town police in 1947, then at the age of 20 participated in the 1948 war and became commander of the infantry in Alexandria, where he was wounded in the abdomen.
At the beginning of 1949, he commanded an infantry battalion, and in 1951 he became an officer in command of the Central Intelligence Battalion. In 1952, he asked the commander-in-chief of the army to form a military battalion of prisoners sentenced to death, which was somewhat unacceptable to the chief of staff because of their unfamiliarity with military techniques, but Sharon insisted. Sharon named the battalion and, as his first military operation, attacked the border village of al-Qabiya, killing 69 Palestinians and destroying 41 homes.
Sharon began studying history and Middle East affairs at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1952 and then went on to study law at Tel Aviv University.
In 1964 he decided to go to France to continue his studies to study political science.
Ernesto Che Guevara was one of the leaders of the Cuban Communist Revolution, his cousin.
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