Palestine Sixty Years Later
(Americans for Middle East Understanding, 2010)
Palestine sixty years later combines 171 photographs and commentary into a vivid glimpse of modern-day Palestine. An Introduction summarizes the origins of partition, discusses methods of Zionist expropriation used in 1948 and in use today, and analyzes how Israel has exploited Judaism and the collective Western subconscious for its political ends.
• "A beautiful, evocative book. Suarez's marvellous photographs capture more eloquently than any words the essence of what it means to live under Israeli occupation. The accompanying text is authoritative and to the point. An aesthetic and educational experience not to be missed."
— Ghada Karmi
• "A moving, fact-filled and insightful portrait of a people under relentless siege."
— Prof. Norman Finkelstein