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Raheb's book is so biased toward the Palestinian side because the Palestinians did't have much of a voice. The West hears plenty about the Israeli side of the issue, but little or nothing from the Palestinian side.
But we must remember that Raheb published this book sixteen years ago (in 1995). Much remains the same (the oppression, restrictions, takeovers, illegal "settlements," unfair water allotments, etc.) and much has changed (Raheb's outlook and his proposed solution, for example). As for his views toward Muslims, remember that Christians make up less than 2% of the Palestinians in the West Bank, and most of the rest of the population are Muslim. Palestinian Christians are in a tough spot of having to get along with these neighbors that exponentially outnumber them.
I spent several weeks in Israel and days in the West Bank this Summer, witnessing and hearing personal testimonies from both sides of the conflict. I had the chance to meet Mr. Raheb in Bethlehem and he explained that a lot of what he wrote, especially about his optimism for a solution between Israel and Palestine, has changed.
In the end, though it is outdated now, "I am a Palestinian Christian" is a great introduction to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, especially from the Palestinian perspective. Remember that it's outdated. Read Raheb's more recent books if you want an updated and more accurate picture.