An Issue of Justice: Origins of the Israel/Palestine Conflict

An Issue of Justice Origins of the Israel Palestine Conflict Finkelstein lays out the history of the Israel Palestine conflict with clarity and passion arguing that any other similar conflict would be perfectly understood yet this one exists beneath a blanket

  • Title: An Issue of Justice: Origins of the Israel/Palestine Conflict
  • Author: Norman G. Finkelstein
  • ISBN: 9781904859239
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Finkelstein lays out the history of the Israel Palestine conflict with clarity and passion, arguing that any other similar conflict would be perfectly understood, yet this one exists beneath a blanket of ideological fog Finkelstein cuts through the fog with indisputable historical facts, optimistic that the struggle is winnable, and that it is simply an issue of justiceinkelstein lays out the history of the Israel Palestine conflict with clarity and passion, arguing that any other similar conflict would be perfectly understood, yet this one exists beneath a blanket of ideological fog Finkelstein cuts through the fog with indisputable historical facts, optimistic that the struggle is winnable, and that it is simply an issue of justice.Norman Finkelstein was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1953 He is the son of two Holocaust survivors He received his doctorate from Princeton University for a thesis on the theory of Zionism He is the author of four books, including The Holocaust Industry His writings have also appeared in many prestigious journals Currently he teaches political science at DePaul University in Chicago.

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    • Ray says:

      Finkelstein's discussion brings a much needed perspective to the causes and reasons of the on-going Israel conflict. We hear pro-Israeli viewpoints on a fairly regular basis, which tend to condemn and group the majority of Palestinians as terrorists. Admitedly, there are enough situations to sustain that viewpoint. Palestinian perspectives are less frequently offered in mainstream U.S. publications. If a Palestinian perspective is offered, such as ex-President Carter's book "Palestine, Peace not [...]

    • Mirko Kriskovic says:

      What can you say about this book? Only that you will find faultless research, a sharp wit and eye for detail, clear prose, only apply to read if you feel that The Law applies to everybody alike, apologists may be better off sticking to Benny Morris version of history

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