Nothing could be further from the truth unless you read his book about the Holocaust.
In the ensuing debate, the best Zweig could do was claim that Finkelstein had taken statements made in his book out of context.
Nonetheless, Finkelstein claims that Jewish suffering is being exploited by powerful Israeli lobbyists in the US.
A most revealing read. More than I imagined. Greed is an amazing thing, indeed.Published 5 days ago by Vishnu
This book confirms that old motto: the coin always has 2 sides....just like the history told by the winners! I fully recommend its reading!Published 1 month ago by weverton
An amazing book full of facts about the exploitation of a genocide. Full of examples on how certain groups can blow things out of proportion for a political agenda. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Khazar
This is an engrossing work, shocking in its conclusions and written with clarity and great rigour.
Finkelstein has risked offending his readers to produce a searingly honest... Read more
This book should be a required reading for all Americans (i.e. people who have the interest of the USA at heart - not some foreign nation). Read morePublished 4 months ago by RePainted Bird
That individuals try to scam the world by pretending suffering is not a surprise. The insurance companies have been fighting this scourge from immemorial times. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Adrian Marchidann
This is one of those rare books that is bound to have an impact on how you look at the world. That is, if you take the time to read it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by thomas conner
It took a great deal of courage to write this book. The thesis is that the Holocaust has become a shakedown industry,
and the Holocaust is also used to deflect any and all... Read more
I get it. Norman Finkelstein doesn't like people who exploit the Holocaust. Who does? But it would be nice if along with all the useful research and analysis he didn't insist on... Read morePublished 6 months ago by brxbrxx