Pappe is marginalized in Israel ONLY! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joe
    • 19.02.07 | 07:35 (IST)

    His views are shared by a majority of people in the world as it relates to the Palestinian/Israeli conflict. Only in Israel, in the Jewish state, where this Jewish professor is marginalized and reviled. The world appreciates his scholarly acadamic work. His books on this conflict are no different than what many others before him have said, from Israel Shahak to many other fine Jewish historians or even Rabbi's in the Neutri Karta sect, these outcasts of Zion reflect an opinion shared by the majority of world opinion. So you can trash Pappe all you want but there are thousands of other historians,professors, scientists, rabbi's, former Presidents and Nobel Laureates from all corners of the world saying the same thing? It's rather odd to observe how Zionists live in a bubble. They don't get it, they are the ones who are marginalized. Not many in the world agree with assassination as a sport for starters. They simply don't get it!

    from the article: A la intifada comme a la intifada
    First published 00:00 18.02.07 | Last updated 00:00 18.02.07
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