Norman G. Finkelstein

Norman G. Finkelstein received his doctorate in 1988 from the Department of Politics at Princeton University.

For many years he taught political theory and the Israel-Palestine conflict. He currently writes and lectures.

Finkelstein is the author of nine books that have been translated into 50 foreign editions

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Those Dastardly, Duplicitous Arabs!

As Israel braces for border clashes, Palestinian militants call for nonviolent protests

As Israel&;s army geared up for a return to brutal clashes along the Gaza border on Friday, Palestinian militants called on its people to demonstrate peacefully as a return to violence threatened to plunge the region into an all-out war.

Barking Yenta Dame Margaret (Hodge) Tells Packed News Conference: “I Obey My … Uh … I mean… Israel’s Leader: I’m leaving for the Philippines.” Guardian (5 September 2018)

Barking Yenta Dame Margaret (Hodge) Tells Packed News Conference: “I Obey My … Uh … I mean… Israel’s Leader: I’m leaving for the Philippines.”  Guardian (5 September 2018)   At a packed news conference, Barking Yenta Margaret Hodge praised Prime Minister Netanyahu’s embrace of Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte.   She then shocked reporters: “I’m auto-deporting to the Philippines.”  

Norman Finkelstein sur l’assaut meurtrier d’Israël contre les manifestants non-violents à Gaza

Interview de Norman Finkelstein par The Real News, le 11 mai 2018.
Norman Finkelstein affirme que les forces israéliennes ont mené une agression meurtrière contre des manifestants non-violents de la Grande Marche du Retour de Gaza parce que la protestation non-violente menace non pas Israël, mais son occupation.

Norman Finkelstein : Israël n’a aucun droit de se défendre contre Gaza

Selon le droit international, tout type de recours à la force à Gaza est interdit à Israël, quelles que soient les circonstances. Par Norman Finkelstein & Jamie Stern-Weiner


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Is Antisemitism a Real Problem in the UK?

I have been reading this article by Barnaby Raine:

A letter from Sana Kassem on the Athens fire

We are at home. I was a bit worried because my house is very close to a forest that luckily did not catch the fire. Athens feels just like Beirut during the war days. Streets are empty, people are in shock and the atmosphere is heavy. The death toll is rising it is now almost 100 dead and dozens are missing.
Comrade Panagiotis Sotiris wrote this on his facebook page and it is very true: