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Amos Harel , Avi Issacharoff


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This is the first comprehensive account of the progression of the Second Lebanese War, from the border abduction of an Israeli soldier on the morning of July 12, 2006, through the hasty decision for an aggressive response; the fateful discussions in the Cabinet and the senior Israeli command; to the heavy fighting in south Lebanon and the raging diplomatic battles in Paris, Washington and New York. The book answers the following questions: has Israel learned the right lessons from this failed military confrontation? What can Western countries learn from the IDF's failure against a fundamentalist Islamic terror organization? And what role did Iran and Syria play in this affair? 34 Days delivers the first blow-by-blow account of the Lebanon war and new insights for the future of the region and its effects on the West.

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'...a gripping account of the events on the ground with a trenchant, even brutal, dissection of the decisions of Israel's political and military leadership...for readers keen to understand how Israel's leadership stumbled unprepared into one of the most devastating wars of recent years, this admirably slim volume provides all the answers.' - Tobias Buck, Financial Times 'Based on hundreds of interviews with players on both sides, the book is a thorough, clear-eyed (neither side escapes hard censure) view a of short-lived war, the influence of which is, and will continue to be, widely felt.' -- Globe and Mail, Canada Praise for Harel and Issachorff's The Seventh War: 'In this book, journalists Harel and Isacharoff trace the trajectory of the conflict. Though the authors are Israeli they take both sides to task.' - Newsweek 'Perhaps the most valuable aspect of Amos Harel's and Avi Isacharoff's excellent book, The Seventh War is that for the first time in more than four years of warfare, one can take a break and read a comprehensive work of journalism which allows a degree of perspective.' - Jerusalem Post

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12 人中、9人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 3.0 Neutral Text providing mostly Israeli political coverage 2009/5/25
By Munawar Ali - (Amazon.com)
形式:ハードカバー
An insightful book, which appears to be modeled after Bob Woodard's "Bush at War" series, tackling the Lebanese War 2006 primarily from the the offices of the Israeli Prime Minister.

The book covers all aspects of the war from UN negotiation, events leading to the war, minimal details of what happened militarily during the war, and how it ended. The entire book moves chronologically: Prewar, war, Ceasefire, future.

I was looking for something providing details on the actual military excursion, but that was not forthcoming in this text.

I gave a 3 star rating because the book was confusing at times, jumping back and forth in time and place. So organization was a problem. As well, the focus on Olmert was annoying. I was not interested in why Omlert did this or Olmert did that. Many times, his actions were recorded which had only minimal relation to the war.
4 人中、3人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 5.0 Good basic overview 2012/3/16
By David M. Rosenberg - (Amazon.com)
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I've been looking for a general overview of the 2nd Israel-Lebanese war and this book delivered. The authors are Israeli, but they do a good job of maintaining a distanced, neutral perspective and stick to a plain accounting of events without deep commentary. A good starting off point for learning about the conflict and understanding the central themes and events of the war like the initial Hezbollah raid and kidnapping, the incident at bint jbayel, the bombing of northern Israel, and Olmert's fateful late ground war.
5つ星のうち 4.0 Good coverage on Hezbollah 2014/4/20
By scott bailey - (Amazon.com)
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Trace the commander of this organization and the many operation that was conducted against israel by this terroist organization One interesting part is the infighting conducted by the organization on how to set its goals out and who is the majoe leader in this organization.
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5つ星のうち 3.0 LACKING IN CLARITY AND BIASED 2014/4/22
By Arturo A. Revelo - (Amazon.com)
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This book was obviously written for those who are fans of Israel and would like to see it victorious on every war, simply because it is l'Armée de défense d'Isral. Sorry, no can do. The butchering caused by the Israeli invasion of Lebanon is depicted as a natural consequence of the life of a free Jewish state in Palestine. It also leaves no doubt as to why the Iranians should be very concerned about the aggressiveness of the Israelis and the retarded giant the US is in this modern version of The Tempest. The battle of Wadi Saluki, the climactic event in the war is completely overlooked, leaving little room for the reader to understand the limits of an endless and needles war that serves no purpose other than feeding an incredibly hungry military complex both in the US and Israel. The Americans are portrayed as a finicky empire, unwilling to accept the butcher bill tendered by their hyper warrior allies in Tel Aviv. Where the book is apt is at detailing the inner workings of a democracy that places itself in a constant state of siege in order to justify its expansionist policies. There was another empire not far from where the ruins of the temple fly an Israeli flag, that should serve as a constant reminder that he who those who bring trouble on their families inherit the wind. Constantinople by any other name....
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5つ星のうち 4.0 No achievable aim 2010/11/1
By BernardZ - (Amazon.com)
形式:ペーパーバック
This is not a military study but a political study of a short war between a divided democratic government and a paramilitary political group Hezbollah with very limited support from the locals.

The problem often that democracies have is that they have too many decision makers. I am reminded of a general who said "With one leader, I can do wonders and with many nothing."

What seemed to have happened according to this book is that too many Israeli leaders went into Lebanon with different views on what was to be done. As the conflict progressed Israel kept changing the goal post. No where was an overall achievable objective goal made. As such Israeli troops were killed for nothing. As such to their credit officers in the Israeli army sometimes refused to carry out some of their orders. Since no achievable goal was established, Israel finally ended with what many argued was a defeat.

One point I was struck about in the book was a comment that no other government would have gone to war over the kidnapping of its soldiers. This saids much about Israel.

Another point the writers do not make through that should be made, is that no-one has kidnapped Israeli soldiers since and it also ended much of Hezbollah's independence in Lebanon so it was not as useless a conflict as the writers seem to feel.

However, the clear lesson from this book is that before going to war a country should have a unified leadership with an achievable aim.
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