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From so-called Palestine comes yet another book to warp the minds of its children, with false and easily refutable historical narratives.
The latest children's book about life in Palestine shades the history of the region. But it inadvertently illustrates how Palestinians imprison themselves.
Anne Laurel Carter's The Shepherd's Granddaughter willfully drops the context of Israeli management of Judea and Samaria, including current terrorist acts.
Linda Goudsmit, author of The Book of Humanitarian Hoaxes, grants another interview to explain her work and offer some instructive examples.
Lies continue to obscure the history of Israel and especially of Judea and Samaria, the disputed lands. Truth would show that Israel's claim is just.
Yet another deceptive children's book appears, this time excusing illegal immigration. But the author defeats her own purpose.
Ibtisam Barakat has written yet another middle-grade book that distorts the history of Israel and its neighbors. All this is part of a larger campaign.