Amazon has updated its e-book catalog, with a number of new titles including a new book and a collection of books about Israel and its history.

In addition, the company has added a collection to its online store, called The Book of Israel.

In a post on its blog, Amazon said the collection was created as part of a book-scanning process and included books from a variety of Israeli and Israeli-American authors, which was added in the fall of 2017.

Included in the collection are two books about the 1967 war in Israel.

The book “The Israeli Experience: A Comprehensive Guide to the 1967 War” was published in June of 2018, along with a book called “The Israelis’ War on the Palestinians” in August of that year.

It is set in the context of a 1967 Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

The other book is “The War of Independence: The Battle for the Occupied Territories,” written by the late Israeli-born journalist Yehuda Bauer, who was born in Tel Aviv.

The new book, The Palestinians, was published by the Hebrew publisher The Barakah in September of 2018.

The Book of the Israelis, meanwhile, was originally published in August 2018, and is set during the Israeli-Arab conflict of 1967.

It is set against the backdrop of the 1967 Israeli invasion of the West Bank, as well as the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.

It was published to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the end of the first Palestinian uprising.

A post on the book’s Amazon page on Wednesday announced the addition of “The Arabs’ War” to the book collection.

“It is with great pleasure that we are pleased to announce that The Arabs’ Wars, the story of the Arab-Israel War, is now available for purchase in The Book Store,” the company wrote in a post.

“The Book Store is a special bookseller located at the center of the Amazon Webstore.

You can find all the books in The BarAKah’s Book Store, and we hope that The Book Of The Arabs will be available in The Amazon Store for the first time!”

Amazon said it will also launch an online version of the books for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.