"A very solid, important and highly informative book. Norman Finkelstein provides extensive details and analysis, with considerable historical depth and expert research, of a very wide range of issues concerning Israel, the Palestinians, and the U.S." - Noam Chomsky, author of Hegemony or Survival "The scholarship is simply superb. Finkelstein has clearly done his homework, and consulted and mastered a breathtaking range of material: primary sources and documents, scholarly works, reports old and new, correspondence with relevant individuals, and numerous other sources too. He has left no stone unturned." - Mouin Rabbani, Contributing Editor, Middle East Report "Accurate, well-written, and devastatingly important." - Daniel Boyarin, author of Unheroic Conduct and A Radical JewFrom the Publisher:
In this long-awaited sequel to his international bestseller The Holocaust Industry, Norman G. Finkelstein moves from an iconoclastic interrogation of the new anti-Semitism to a meticulously researched expose of the corruption of scholarship on the Israel-Palestine conflict. Bringing to bear the latest findings on the conflict and recasting the scholarly debate, Finkelstein points to a consensus among historians and human rights organizations on the factual record. Why, then, does so much controversy swirl around the conflict? Finkelstein's answer, copiously documented, is that apologists for Israel contrive controversy. Whenever Israel comes under international pressure, another media campaign alleging a global outbreak of anti-Semitism is mounted. Finkelstein also scrutinizes the proliferation of distortion masquerading as history. Recalling Joan Peters' book From Time Immemorial, published to great fanfare in 1984 but subsequently exposed as an academic hoax, he asks deeply troubling questions here about the periodic reappearance of spurious scholarship and the uncritical acclaim it receives. The most recent addition to this genre, Finkelstein argues, is Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz's bestseller, The Case for Israel. The core analysis of Beyond Chutzpah sets Dershowitz's assertions on Israel's human rights record against the findings of the mainstream human rights community. Sifting through thousands of pages of reports from organizations such as Amnesty International, B'Tselem, and Human Rights Watch, Finkelstein argues that Dershowitz has misrepresented the facts. Thoroughly researched and tightly argued, Beyond Chutzpah lifts the veil of controversy shrouding the Israel-Palestine conflict.
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Descripción University of California Press, 2005. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Acknowledgments Introduction PART I. THE NOT-SO-NEW "NEW ANTI-SEMITISM" 1. From Jesus Christ Superstar to The Passion of the Christ 2. Israel: "The Jew of the World" 3. Exaggeration, Diversion, Spillover PART II. THE GREATEST FRAUD EVER SOLD Introduction Trampling Rights: Preliminary Remarks 4. Casualties 5. Political Liquidations 6. Torture 7. Willful Destruction of Property 8. Economy 9. Supreme Court 10. Of Crimes and Misdemeanors Trampling Rights: Concluding Remarks Appendix I: History of the Israel-Palestine Conflict Appendix II: Peace Process Index. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0520245989
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