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The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine

Phes are concealed from the public eye And yet Ilan Pappe unveils one such crime has been erased from the global public memory the ethnic cl I first read The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine by Ilan Pappe one of the Israeli New Historians who looked at the archived materials from Cabinet meetings politician diaries Israel Defence Force orders etc after they were eventually released forty years after 1948 I read Pappe following the a challenge by an politically anti Israel Jewish friend of mine who teaches in Philosophy at UNSW I found Pappe s book painful as he outlined the atrocities committed by Israel even though I was mindful of the one sided non contextual facts that Pappe was describing and the conseuent one sided idealistic anti Israel interpretation It was painful because as a Jew I couldn t help feeling ASHamed as a Jew to be just like all the other racist nationalists the world over Christian Buddhist Leftist Rightist or MuslimI followed Pappe up with Benny Morris book knowing that Morris was one of the first of the New Historians to look at the historical material Morris offers the balanced contextual background to Pappe s propaganda diatribe with a 19th century starting point instead of one which commences in 1948 Morris accepts Pappe s atrocities but he also outlines the earlier Arab atrocities he describes the self delusion corruption and moral bankruptcy of Arab leadership as well as the errors of strategy and internecine rivalries of the Arab elites and he writes his history aware of the dynamics and uncertainties that are integral to war in contrast to Pappe s simplistic interpretation of evil conseuence being a result of evil desire Following the reading of both books I have come to the conclusion that there will NOT be any peace between Israel and the Palestinians until both sides recognise the atrocities and the errors of judgement that they have committed At this stage each side only looks at the atrocities the other side has committed though I suspect that because of freedom of speech and political commercial transparency accountability there are Jews Israelis and Westerners who recognise the evils of their ways than there are Muslims Arabs and Palestinians who recognise the evils of their waysWar is evil no doubt about that War is two sided no doubt about that either The tit for tat strategy that both sides use has not produced peace in the near term and there is no reason to believe tit for tat will bring peace in the long term It is well to keep in mind that existence and honour seem to be two infinite values Jews and Israelis see this conflict following centuries of oppression and last century s attempt at liuidation in terms of existence Simultaneously Muslims and Arabs see the past century in terms of humiliation and loss of honour At this stage in our history non indigenous Westerners in general and non Aboriginal Australians in particular have little understanding of either existential threat or humiliation and so it is that when I discuss the Middle East with them I have a sense that they are cluelessReading Morris after Pappe is a good ways to become clued up Marriage by Deception yet Ilan Pappe unveils one such crime has been erased from the global public memory the ethnic cl I first read The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine by Ilan Pappe one of the Israeli New Historians who looked at the archived materials from Cabinet meetings politician diaries Israel Defence Force orders etc after they were eventually released forty A Tangled Affair (The Pearl House years after 1948 I read Pappe following the a challenge by an politically anti Israel Jewish friend of mine who teaches in Philosophy at UNSW I found Pappe s book painful as he outlined the atrocities committed by Israel even though I was mindful of the one sided non contextual facts that Pappe was describing and the conseuent one sided idealistic anti Israel interpretation It was painful because as a Jew I couldn t help feeling ASHamed as a Jew to be just like all the other racist nationalists the world over Christian Buddhist Leftist Rightist or MuslimI followed Pappe up with Benny Morris book knowing that Morris was one of the first of the New Historians to look at the historical material Morris offers the balanced contextual background to Pappe s propaganda diatribe with a 19th century starting point instead of one which commences in 1948 Morris accepts Pappe s atrocities but he also outlines the earlier Arab atrocities he describes the self delusion corruption and moral bankruptcy of Arab leadership as well as the errors of strategy and internecine rivalries of the Arab elites and he writes his history aware of the dynamics and uncertainties that are integral to war in contrast to Pappe s simplistic interpretation of evil conseuence being a result of evil desire Following the reading of both books I have come to the conclusion that there will NOT be any peace between Israel and the Palestinians until both sides recognise the atrocities and the errors of judgement that they have committed At this stage each side only looks at the atrocities the other side has committed though I suspect that because of freedom of speech and political commercial transparency accountability there are Jews Israelis and Westerners who recognise the evils of their ways than there are Muslims Arabs and Palestinians who recognise the evils of their waysWar is evil no doubt about that War is two sided no doubt about that either The tit for tat strategy that both sides use has not produced peace in the near term and there is no reason to believe tit for tat will bring peace in the long term It is well to keep in mind that existence and honour seem to be two infinite values Jews and Israelis see this conflict following centuries of oppression and last century s attempt at liuidation in terms of existence Simultaneously Muslims and Arabs see the past century in terms of humiliation and loss of honour At this stage in our history non indigenous Westerners in general and non Aboriginal Australians in particular have little understanding of either existential threat or humiliation and so it is that when I discuss the Middle East with them I have a sense that they are cluelessReading Morris after Pappe is a good ways to become clued up

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Since the Holocaust it has been almost impossible to hide large scale crimes against humanity In our communicative world few modern catastro This book doesn t need a review It s a piece of living history it should be school material instead of the lies and rubbish TV churns out on a daily basis So well documented so much empathy So much respect for this man having the courage to write the truth

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Eansing of the Palestinians in 1948 But why is it denied and by whom The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine offers an investigation of this myste Must read non fiction detailing the founding ideas of Israel and the impact of Zionism as an ideology that led to the systematic removal of the Palestinian people from the land


About the Author: Ilan Pappé

Ilan Pappé is a professor with the College of Social Sciences and International Studies at the University of Exeter in the UK director of the university's European Centre for Palestine Studies co director of the Exeter Centre for Ethno Political Studies and political activist He was formerly a senior lecturer in political science at the University of Haifa 1984–2007 and chair of the Emil Tou



10 thoughts on “The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine

  1. says:

    They say the truth is a bitter pill to swallow Actually it is than that Reading this book as an extremely painful journey in a way that exceeds your worst nightmares I wasn't able to read than 20 pages per day not because of its richness with information but because my brain needed time to absorb all the atrocities PLEASE

  2. says:

    This book doesn't need a review It's a pie

  3. says:

    The author's thourough and honest discourse is both immaculate and sobering Pappe proves authoritatively that the actions by a group of supposed Zionists in Israel beginning in 1947 constitute ethnic cleansing This perpetrated atrocity serves as a prototype for ethnic cleansing similar to that by the Nazis in Germany According to Pappe “More than half of Palestine’s native population close to 800000 had bee

  4. says:

    What's ethnic cleansingAccording to the final report of a United Nations Commission of Experts who investigated Yugoslavia's violation of humanitarian laws in 1994 ethnic cleansing is a purposeful policy designed by one ethnic or religious group to remove by violent and terror inspiring means the civilian popu

  5. says:

    I first read The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine by Ilan Pappe one of the Israeli New Historians who looked at the archived materials from Cabinet meetings politician diaries Israel Defence Force orders etc after they were eventually released forty years after 1948 I read Pappe following the a challenge by an politically anti Israe

  6. says:

    Zionist views have been overwhelmingly influential in the United States The Story of Israel that I place in uotation marks to indicate its mythological nature has been presented repeatedly but most famously in the novel and

  7. says:

    I thought I knew the history of Israel's annexation of Palestine but this was a totally shocking account I can't believe B

  8. says:

    Must read non fiction detailing the founding ideas of Israel and the impact of Zionism as an ideology that led to the systematic removal of the Palestinian people from the land

  9. says:

    An insightful and deeply disturbing account of the events leading up to 194748 in the ArabIsraeli war Prior to reading this book I had always accepted the official Israeli viewpoint of an Israeli David fighting an Arab Goliath Israel's constant wars against Arab nations after that seemed to be a continuance of t

  10. says:

    This is the type of book wealthy hipster kids and trustafarians like to read to feel good about themselves The book is incredibly manipulative and tugs at the emotional strings of clueless readers to indoctrinate them with anti Israeli and Islamist aligned propaganda There are some truths in the book and there's no doubt Israel has had it's share of committing atrocities but this book completely glosses over all of the

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