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British and US Zionists in panic over book on Jewish identity politics

Related: Israel’s crimes against Christianity | Christianty – in pictures By Gilad Atzmon |  25 September 2011 | Redress Information & Analysis Gilad Atzmon muses over how Israel’s stooges in Britain and the USA have been thrown into a state of panic over distinguished Professor John Mearsheimer’s endorsement of Atzmon’s thought-provoking book – The Wandering […]

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Israeli Rejectionism – Book Review

By Ludwig Watzal | Palestine Chronicle | Sept 23, 2011 (Zalman Amit/Daphna Levit, Israeli Rejectionism. A Hidden Agenda in the Middle East Peace Process, Pluto, London-New York, pp 208.) After having negotiated for 20 years with different Israeli governments about a solution to the conflict in the Middle East, the Palestinian leadership is sick and […]

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Focusing on Zionist Myths | Book Review

by Kim Petersen | September 12th, 2011 |  Dissident Voice I first met Greg Felton during the Halifax Symposium on Media and Disinformation in 2004 where he was one of the featured speakers. Armed with a plethora of facts and knowledge surrounding the Zionist Jew’s dispossession of the Palestinian people, his presentation was informative and […]

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Pappe reassesses legacy of Palestinian dynasty

Asa Winstanley | The Electronic Intifada | Thursday, September 8, 2011  Ilan Pappe is an Israeli historian and dissident living in semi-voluntary exile in the UK. He is most famous for The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine, a seminal work which, although based on his own research, was more original for the sweep of its historical […]

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Refusing to Be Enemies – Book Review

By Jim Miles | Palestine Chronicle | Aug 11, 2011 Refusing to be Enemies – Palestinian and Israeli Nonviolent Resistance to the Israeli Occupation.  Maxine Kaufman-Lacusta.  Ithaca Press (Garnet Publishing, Reading, UK), 2011. Israel has always indicated that there is no partner for peace in its relationships with the Palestinian people.  Refusing to be Enemies […]

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Who’s the boss here? What well-off Israelis refuse to know about their rule

Aug 9, 2011 | Jews for Justice for Palestinians Two book reviews, 1st what soldiers say about controlling the OPT, 2nd how the prison system and Shin Bet maintain a security state Soldiers’ testimonies on the occupied territories The main significance of the testimonies published by Breaking the Silence is not in the descriptions of […]

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BDS: Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions by Omar Barghouti – Book Review

By Theresa Wolfwood (Barghouti, Omar. BDS: Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions: The Global Struggle for Palestinian Rights. 2011. Haymarket Books, USA.) “The BDS campaign is among the most important forms of such ‘resolute struggle’ by the great majority of Palestinians, who resist the colonization of their land and minds and demand nothing less than self-determination, freedom, justice […]

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Schlomo Sand Writes Book about “The Invention of the Jewish People” – video”

JEWISH HISTORIAN SCHLOMO SAND WRITES A BOOK “THE INVENTION OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE”         Source

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Women and the Israeli Occupation

Tamar Mayer (ed.) 1994 Women and the Israeli Occupation, Routledge, London. ISBN 0-415-09546-8 BETWEEN NATIONAL AND SOCIAL LIBERATION The Palestinian women’s movement in the Israeli occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip Souad Dai’ani HOMEFRONT AS BATTLEFIELD Gender, military occupation and violence against women Simona Sharoni ISRAELI WOMEN AGAINST THE OCCUPATION Political growth and the persistence […]

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Popular Resistance in Palestine – Book Review

By Theresa Wolfwood | Palestine Chronicle | May 27, 2011 (Qumsiyeh, Mazin B. Popular Resistance in Palestine: A History of Hope and Empowerment. 2010.  Pluto Press. UK &USA) ‘…the reality is that popular resistance in Palestine developed indigenously, organically, naturally and beautifully. And it has accelerated in the past two decades.’ Qumsiyeh is a committed […]

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