What Israel-friendly version? As I mentioned earlier, the most sustained discussion of this is in Gorenberg, which is largely a critique of post-war 1967 Israel. Of course, now that even you recognize you can no longer credibly maintain your argument on the basis of facts you abandon that route and try the usual accusations of pro-Israel propaganda. If you had bothered to do the research required to discuss this competently (such as reading Gorenberg or the whole group of scholars I cited) you would know that tactic is as bound to fail as your previous effort, for example, to use Shlaim as a source and then complain if you are expected to read what he actually says. Sad.
U.S. sanctions Russia's state-owned arms exporter Rosoboronexport (Reuters)
from the article: Netanyahu should admit Israel doesn't want peace