Tag Archives: Norman Finkelstein

Aaron Maté’s Martyrdom

Aaron Maté has been a brave journalist. He had worked for DemocracyNow! and is now  host at TheRealNews (TRN). He was born in Canada to Jewish parents but is a supporter of the Palestinian cause. So, he might be the right … Continue reading

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How Finkelstein Broke the Trauma Bond?

  Finkelstein is not just a public intellectual, however: there is something too explosive about the subjects he writes about for that category to completely contain him. He acts out a role that is Grecian in its cosmopolitanism, Abrahamic in … Continue reading

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Alan Dershowitz’ Long Reach

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 … Continue reading

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Auschwitz and the Germans

After World War II, a Russian, a Pole and a German are asked by a journalist, “Excuse me, what is your opinion about the current meat shortage?” The Russian asks, “What’s an opinion?” When the journalist asks the Pole, he … Continue reading

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Joan Peters RIP

Update below. Just when writing the previous post, the author of From Time Immemorial of 1984, Joan Peters (or what was her later name, Joan Caro) passed away at the age of 78. The book tried to entertain two popular … Continue reading

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