The Hashemite-Zionist Connection
This chapter examines King Abdullah's political relationship with the Zionists. This relationship was the least well understood by his fellow Arabs and the most damaging to his reputation. His motives for seeking such a relationship was his fear of Zionism and his perception of the opportunity it offered him to realize his own goals in Palestine. In his personal dealings with the Zionists, Abdullah was never hampered by any racist prejudice. Hatred of the Jews did not burn in his heart and he stood above the fanatic anti-Jewish prejudices common among some members of his race.
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