SOURCE: Socialist Worker
"Fear works if you cave in.”
SOURCE: IMEMC News
Palestinians are better off without the U.S., he argues.
SOURCE: Tehran Times
Zionism has reduced Judaism "into a narrow minded ethno-nationalism that depended on the success of a colonialist project."
SOURCE: MWC News
"I think Israel in 2014 made a decision that it prefers to be a racist apartheid state and not a democracy," Pappé says.
SOURCE: Al Jazeera
The work of Professor Ilan Pappe - an advocate for an international boycott against Israel and the establishment of a single state for Israelis and Palestinians - has drawn praise as well as harsh criticism in academic and political circles.The criticism is not surprising, given that Pappe's work has sought to challenge the accepted truths of a divided land, and led to him being forced to resign from the University of Haifa in 2007....Al Jazeera and Professor Pappe discussed the stalled "peace process", along with Palestinian unity and the successes of the push for a one-state solution.Al Jazeera: How do you assess the recent efforts of US Secretary of State John Kerry to restart negotiations between the Israelis and Palestinians?
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