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Image and Reality of the Israel-Palestine Conflict (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 17. Mai 2003

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“... the most revealing study of the historical background of the conflict and the current peace agreement.”—Noam Chomsky, Guardian

“Norman Finkelstein is one of the most radical and hard-hitting critics of the official Zionist version of the Arab-Israeli conflict and of the historians who support this version ... The book makes a major contribution to the study of the Arab-Israeli conflict which deserves to be widely read, especially in the United States.”—Avi Shlaim

“Anyone interested in seeing justice brought to the Middle East must read this book.”—Charles Glass

“... this thoroughly documented book is guaranteed to stimulate and provoke. It will be required reading in the continuing war of the historians.”—William Quandt, Foreign Affairs

“... a thought-provoking work which calls into question many of the accepted ‘truths’ associated with the Israel-Palestine conflict.”—Middle East Journal

“... both an impressive analysis of Zionist ideology and a searing but scholarly indictment of Israel’s treatment of the Arabs since 1948.”—London Review of Books

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First published in 1995, this highly acclaimed study scrutinizes popular and scholarly representations of the Israel-Palestine conflict. It begins with a novel theoretical interpretation of Zionism, and then moves on to critically engage the influential studies of Joan Peters, Benny Morris, and Anita Shapira. Carefully rehearsing the documentary record, Finkelstein also challenges the dominant images of the June 1967 and October 1973 Arab-Israeli wars. In a comprehensive new introduction, he provides the most succinct overview available in the English language of the Israeli-Palestine conflict, while in several new chapters he juxtaposes Israeli policy in the Occupied Territories against South African apartheid, and demolishes the scholarly pretensions of Michael Oren's recent bestseller on the June 1967 war.

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First of all, I'd like to say that this book is not without bias. History texts, especially in regard to this conflict, rarely represent both sides equally. However, it is quite possible for both "Arabists" and their Israeli counterparts to agree on some basic points. First, Palestine was not "depopulated" in 1850 - it was an area governed by the Ottoman Empire with a population somewhere in the neighborhood of 450,000, mostly Arabs. Approximately 25,000 Jews lived there at that time. Second, in regard to expulsion, Israelis will argue that the Arabs left at the behest of the Jordanian or Egyptian governments. That has never been substantiated, and the idea that they left simply because someone told them to is also utterly ridiculous. Why would someone just get up and leave EVERYTHING behind? It was because of the threat of Israeli aggression - and their departure prior to seeing a soldier could be called prudent. Better to flee than be shot. The idea that the Israeli Irgun and Haganah had nothing to do with the Palestinians leaving is the sign of a misinformed and delusional viewpoint on history. Third, the size of the police force agreed to in the Oslo peace agreement is woefully insufficient. If Israel continues to demand security for peace, the only way for the Palestinian Arabs to actually meet that demand is to recruit and train a police force sufficient to enforce the law. When the Arabs finally have their independence, then perhaps they might start working on building roads. Right now, paying for roads would only facilitate the destruction of Palestinian homes by Israeli tanks and bulldozers. And finally, the quarrel over historical points is very important. How else are people to wade through the vast amounts of propaganda circulated by both sides?Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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I value books that hit hard, books that go to the bottom of problems and demolish the myths and ideologies that have been woven around them in efforts to obfuscate historical truth. Finkelstein's "Image and Reality" is such a book. It relentlessly exposes the legends of the Near East conflict, esp. the Zionist version of the settlement of Palestine in the first half of the 2oth century. As the author meticulously demonstrates, the popularized version of Palestine as a land devoid of people consists largely of fabricated lies and political falsehoods. There lived, roughly , a quarter of a million Arabs in the area, none of whom left their home voluntarily in reponse to the impact of Jewish immigration. Most of them were systematially expelled by the Haganah and the IDF. As even Israeli officials have admitted,atrocities and human rights violations were committed that were nothing short of the crimes perpetrated by the Nazis. From the political accounts of Ben-Gurion to Joan Peters's bestseller "From Time Immemorial" the Jewish version of the Israel-Palestine conflict offers a biased picture that operates in the service of Jewish self-interests and ideology. Finkelstein, a dedicated truth-seeker, impressive scholar and conscientious albeit controversial historian, deserves praise for setting the record straight. Not only does he analyze and reinterpret the history of Palestine's settlement, he also corrects the prevalent notion that the successive wars fought by Israel against her Arab neighbors were purely self-defensive, preemptive strikes necessitated by the aggressive conduct of Eypt and Syria. Not so, says Finkelstein. Israel was, if not the aggressor so at least the provocateur always acting with the tacit approval of the American government.
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Finally someone not afraid to tell it like it really is. Since the Arabs are not allowed to speak for themselves in this country, Finklestein steps in to take up the mantle. If you want to know the unvarnished truth about what's happening in Palestine, read THIS
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This book is a meticulous exposition of the multitude of
propaganda theories that have been peddled as truth, and
are now accepted as the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict. It is concise and very well researched. An
essential read for anyone who is interested in the history of this conflict.
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