Norman Finkelstein

UK politicians adopt Israeli-style tactic to scare voters over Scotland

Election accusation that Scottish nationalists seek “destruction of the UK” echoes Israeli rhetoric.

Understanding why scholars get silenced for defending Palestinian rights

Marcy Newman
19 December 2014

Two new books provide valuable insight into why freedom of speech can be suppressed at American universities.

On Western "left" appropriation of Palestinian Nakba

“Radical” publisher Verso Books promotes Nakba Day reading list — without any works by Palestinians.

Dershowitz and Finkelstein: comrades at heart?

Steven Salaita
28 June 2013

Despite their well-known hostility, the two men espouse the same views on some key issues.

EI's Rami Almeghari joins Norman Finkelstein and others to debate Palestine UN bid on RT's CrossTalk

Now that the Palestinians have had their international legal status upgraded at the UN, what difference will it make?

Book review: Finkelstein airbrushes Palestinians out of their own struggle

Asa Winstanley
11 July 2012
In his latest book, Norman Finkelstein superbly criticizes Zionist revisionist historians but ignores Palestinian agency.

Finkelstein renews attack on BDS “cult,” calls Palestinians who pursue their rights “criminal”

In an interview on Democracy Now, Norman Finkelstein renewed his attack on Palestinians and the BDS movement in strident terms. A response.

Why are Palestinians paying for Germany's sins?

Susan Abulhawa
14 April 2012
While Palestinians continue to be robbed of their land, heritage and human rights to atone for Germany’s sins, Germany unreservedly supports Israel.

Transforming Finkelstein BDS attack into opportunity

David Letwin
28 February 2012
Norman Finkelstein’s attack on the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement is an opportunity — particularly for those of us who are Jewish — to affirm our unequivocal support for Palestinians’ fundamental rights.

Apartheid conference goes ahead in Paris despite university ban

The University of Paris 8 is traditionally one of the more left-wing third-level institutions in France. Alas, its current president Pascal Binczak is seeking to negate this legacy.


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