Tom Suárez

Tom Suárez’ early experience in historical research was in the field of early mapmaking. A violinist by training, his long interest in Palestine heightened when he joined the faculty of Palestine’s National Conservatory of Music, first at its Jerusalem branch, and then unsuccessfully in Gaza City — ‘unsuccessfully’ because Israel blocked him from ever reaching his students.

His 2009 book, Palestine 60 Years Later, was followed by his recent State of Terror, how terrorism created modern Israel, which documents the campaign of violence waged by the Zionist movement to force its still-unrequited goal of an ethnically ‘pure’ settler state in all of historic Palestine.

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