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Middle East Christians

- Living Under The Palestinian Authority & Hamas

Authors: Daniel Pipes, Geoffrey Smith

Product code: BT101

A compendium of three articles by Geoffrey Smith and Daniel Pipes, examining life for Christians in areas controlled by Hamas and the Palestinian Authority.

This series of booklets draws together previously published single subject articles on similar themes. They have been written by and for Christian Friends of Israel, and are being re-issued to enable a better understanding of Israel in relation to the Bible, current affairs, history, prayer, and the Church`s Jewish roots.

Topics covered in this compendium:

  • Disappearing Christians in the Middle East
  • Palestinian Believers Under the Palestinian Authority
  • Hamas and the Christian Community


About the Authors

Daniel Pipes

Daniel Pipes is an American historian, writer, and political commentator. He is the founder and director of the Middle East Forum and its Campus Watch project, and editor of its Middle East Quarterly journal. His writing focuses on the American foreign policy, the Middle East, Islam and Islamism.

After graduating with a PhD from Harvard and studying abroad, Pipes taught at a number of universities. He then served as director of the Foreign Policy Research Institute, before founding the Middle East Forum.

Pipes has written or co-written more than a dozen books, and has written columns or opinion pieces for many newspapers. He frequently participates in discussion panels on television, and has lectured prolifically in the U.S. and abroad.

Geoffrey Smith

After over 10 years of service with Christians Friends of Israel (UK), including the post of UK Director of he retired in the Spring of 2010. In the early 1990s he and his wife lived and worked in Jerusalem for three years at Christ Church.

Prior to that he worked in Africa and the Pacific, and was a member of the Secretariat team for meetings of Commonwealth Education, Law and Health ministers, as well as Deputy Secretary of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund.