Anti-Semitism and the Beirut Pogrom (1982) & Palestine, mon amour (Texts from 1987-1995)

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Anti-Semitism and the Beirut Pogrom (1982) & Palestine, mon amour (Texts from 1987-1995)


Anti-Semitism and the Beirut Pogrom (1982): People who don’t understand human freedom might think the terrible revelations could have only one effect, they could only turn people against the perpetrators of such atrocities, they could only make people empathize with the victims, they could only contribute to a resolve to abolish the very possibility of a repeat of such dehumanizing persecution and cold-blooded murder. But, for better or worse, such experiences, whether personally lived or learned from revelations, are nothing but the field over which human freedom soars like a bird of prey. The revelations about the decades-old Pogrom have even been turning up as justifications for a present-day Pogrom.
Palestine, mon amour (Texts from 1987-1995): A possible solution would be the dissolution of the Israeli State and the prevention of the birth of the Palestinian State, all parallel to the formation of free communes and other structures selfmanaged by Palestinians and Jews together all with a right to the land and, principally, reciprocal respect in the name of freedom. Although the present and future enemies of the Palestinian and Israeli people are many, there can be no doubt that it’s necessary to do something to help the revolt of the Palestinians against Israeli militarism. To do something means to move, to act here, immediately, everywhere, striking Israeli interests and not stand arguing until the last Palestinian is killed.

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SKU: 42717 Category: Tags: , ,
Subtitle: Double book
Author: Fredy Perlman & Alfredo M. Bonanno
Year: 2024
ISBN: Zonder
Pages: 136
Language: English
Publisher: Compass Editions
Publisher's city: Marseille
Publication date: 2024-02-04
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