In death, as in life, Joan Peters draws the fire of leftists.
"From Time Immemorial is an embarrassment that taints anyone who embraced it as well as those who continue to do so."
Her 1984 book, “From Time Immemorial: The Origins of the Arab-Jewish Conflict Over Palestine,” drew accolades and also outrage by arguing that claims of a historical Palestinian homeland in Israel were invented.
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