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Atzmon, Gilad

 

Songs of the Metropolis

Gilad Atzmon & the orient house ensemble

(5)

Atzmon, Gilad

 

The Wandering Who? A study of Jewish Identity

“A transformative story told with unflinching integrity that all (especially Jews) who care about their own identity, should not only read, but reflect upon and discuss widely.” Richard Falk

(5)

 

Cook, William A.

  

The Chronicles of Nefaria

This historical literary work of fiction draws upon current events happening in the middle east, metamorphosed into a surreal world that captures the horror of leaders devoid of humanity. The world portrayed here is vicious, ruthless, merciless, yet is dressed in the euphemisms we coddle ourselves with, righteousness, freedom, liberty, peace, and justice.

(2)

Cook, William A.

  

The Rape of Palestine: Hope Destroyed, Justice Denied

“Not only does Cook challenge the fallacious discourse of Israel’s victimization supposedly, by Palestinians and Arabs, but he pushes the envelope even further. He challenges the Zionists over what he considers their exploitation of Judaism for purely political reasons.” Ramzy Baroud

(2)

Davidson, Lawrence

 

America’s Palestine

Popular and Official Perceptions from Balfour to Israeli Statehood.

(1)

Davidson, Lawrence

  

Cultural Genocide

“Davidson provides us with a unique and creative way of looking at the phenomenon of collective violence and constructs a provocative, carefully argued, and at times unsettling critique of the simplistic models.” Gary Fields, University of California.

(1)

Davidson, Lawrence

  

Foreign Policy, INC. Privatizing America’s National Interest

“This is a comprehensive, well developed, extensively documented study illuminating the fallacies in American foreign policy. It represents a major contribution to our knowledge and understanding of one of the most important aspects of foreign policy, manly the historical role of domestic lobbies in the policy making process.” Cheryl Rubenberg

(1)

Jackowski, Rosemarie

  

Banned in Vermont

The true story of one of the largest arrests in the history of a small New England town-as seen through the eyes of one of the defendants.

(5)

Polya, Gideon

Jane Austen and the Black Hole of British History

This carefully documented “J’accuse” addresses what the author terms the “Austenizing” of history or the deletion of awful realities from historical writing.

(1)

Polya, Gideon

Body Count: Global avoidable mortality since 1950

Body Count exposes the horrendous extent of Global Avoidable Mortality that has totaled about 1.3 billion since 1950, a figure consonant with an independent estimate of post-1950 Under-5 Infant Deaths totally about 0.9 billion.

(2)

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