My Israel Question

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Melbourne University Press, 2006 - Political Science - 340 pages
A fearless look at the Israel–Palestine conflict, this study investigates how large a factor Zionism plays in this intractable conflict. Spanning the globe from New York and London to Paris and Melbourne, this source discusses Israel–Palestine issues that stem from suicide bombings, military aggressions, and passionate public debates by Holocaust survivors, Zionist organizations, Arab advocates, newspaper columnists, and politicians. This study also considers the historical rationale for Zionism, including the centuries of virulent European anti-Semitism from which it grew, and asks how relevant and sustainable Zionism is in the 21st century.

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A gutsy book by an Australian of Jewish ancestry. He calls it as he sees it, in spite of the spiteful personal attacks by Zionists. Very insightful. Read full review

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\Antony Loewenstein is a journalist and author. His work has appeared in The Australian, The Sun-Herald, and The Sydney Morning Herald. He is a board member of Macquarie University's Centre for Middle East and North African Studies.

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