Finkelstein is the master at defending Palestinian rights.
If Finkelstein didn’t have such an irritating voice (no offence) and if pro Israeli cowards would debate him, his knowledge is a devastating weapon. 81 more words
with Norman Finkelstein
TheRealNews on Jun 3, 2017
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In the first of an extended three-part interview on the 50th anniversary of the June 1967 Arab-Israeli war, author and scholar Norman Finkelstein debunks the enduring myths surrounding that historic confrontation — myths that have sustained the ensuing Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands.
June 5 1967 was the day Israel launched an allegedly pre-emptive attack on Egypt, starting what came to be known as the ‘six-day war’.
I have no memory of the event, in which the Egyptians were swiftly routed by Israel, as I was only one year-old when it took place, but since that time, the pre-emption defence has been widely refuted. 2,119 more words
*edit, April 4, 2017 – I am adding in additional material. It won’t be much. But it’s very pertinent. And I’m utilizing, in one instance, the same source I’ve already used, namely Yves Engler, who points out that Pearson seemed to hold racist views toward First Nations. 4,916 more words
When Halle’s (Germany) Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Social Anthropology had invited Norman Finkelstein for a public lecture on freedom of expression in academia (see description below) and hosting a closed workshop on his new book project, Gaza – an Inquest Into its Martyrdom, they had certainly not expected an uproar. 1,059 more words
Zanim przejdę do dowodów popierających moje twierdzenia, chcę tu nadmienić, że wielki problem blokujący zrozumienie niszczycielskiej działalności Żydów leży w naszym programie oświatowym, który zresztą jest doskonale kontrolowany przez syjonistów. 3,436 more words