'Shahak has the courage to to say what most Israelis do not dare to say and definitely do not want to hear ...[He] is a knowledgeable insider who builds his argument carefully on the best information ...The lessons to be drawn from what Shahak tells us are self-evident ...Open Secrets and Jewish History, Jewish Religion are two remarkable, powerful and provocative studies offering a penetrating examination of Israeli strategic foreign policies and Jewish religion and history.' London Review Of Books 'As a critic of Zionism and as an opponent of Jewish exclusivity, Israel Shahak is special. He possesses in-depth knowledge of Israeli society, Jewish culture and the history of his people. His humanitarian concerns and commitments are extensive; his work as a human rights campaigner ...is enormous ...Shahak provides insights [in Open Secrets] that are often far more penetrating than what has been written by others ...Little of the information and few of the insights in Open Secrets can be found in other books that focus on Israel and the Middle East ...Open Secrets is an excellent book for required reading in History, political science and/or international affairs courses in which there is consideration of Israel in the Middle East. ' The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs 'Outstanding ...A must not only for the Palestinians, but for anybody interested in Israeli politics' The Jerusalem Times 'Offers readers an interesting insight into the mentality of the Zionists, based largely on Hebrew sources which non-Jews are unable to access.' Crescent International
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Israel Shahak was a resident of the Warsaw Ghetto and a survivor of Bergen-Belsen. He arrived in Palestine in 1945 and lived there until his death in 2001. He was an outspoken critic of the state of Israel and a human rights activist. He was also the author of the highly acclaimed Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel (Pluto Press 1999) and Jewish History, Jewish Religion (Pluto Press 1994).Contenuti:
Foreword by Christopher Hitchens Introduction Part I Censorship 1. The Struggle Against Military Censorship and the Quality of the Army Part II Foreign Relations 2. Israel Strategic Aims and its Nuclear Weapons 3. Syrian Cities and Relations with Saddam Hussein 4. Israel Versus Iran 5. Israel Foreign Policy After the Oslo Agreement 6. Coalition Building Against Iran 7. Israeli Foreign Policy, August 1994 8. Israeli Policies Towards Iran and Syria Part III Israeli Foreign Trade 9. Trade Between Israel and the Arab States 10. Israel Trade with Arab Countries: Drugs and Vegetables Part IV American Jews 11. Israel and the Organised American Jews 12. The Pro-Israeli Lobby in the US and the Inman Affair Part V Oslo and After 13. The Real Significance of the Oslo Accord 14. Analysis of Israeli Policy: The Priority of the Ideological Factor Index
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Descrizione libro Pluto Press, 1997. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0745311512
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