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They Dare to Speak Out: People and Institutions Confront Israel's Lobby Paperback – May 1, 2003
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The book is extremely well written and organized, although there are no numbers in the text to match the endnotes at the back of the book. At first, I snickered at some of the accusations Findley makes. After all, shouldn't a criticism of AIPAC be extended to ALL political action groups? Wouldn't it be just as easy to point out that this is a symptom of a larger problem, that of outside influence in politics? What quickly becomes apparent is that AIPAC uses threats and intimidation to cow any voices that speak out against what Israel is doing to the Palestinians. Those who can't be dealt with immediately are publicly branded as anti-Semites or Jew haters. Some are even compared to Nazi war criminals. The people Findley discusses are hardly goose-stepping thugs. They are people who are concerned that Israel is using American weapons to kill innocent civilians. Some oppose the Israeli theft of Palestinian land, or Israeli spying within U.S. institutions. Almost all of these people begin to receive letters, threatening phone calls and other heavy-handed tactics designed to shut them up.Read more ›
I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in understanding the importance of having balanced foreign policies, particularly at a time when the United States is trying to serve as an honest broker to resolving conflicts in the Middle East and elsewhere. It was educational and a real eye opener to me, a seeker of truth and objectivity.
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As someone on the political Left who was once quite sympathetic to Israel, I have undergone quite a radical change in my thinking in the last 15 years. Read morePublished 4 months ago by TLR
Very polemical and one-sided.....I have had some bad experiences but even so after generations of persecution what can anyone expect......Published 4 months ago by Daniel B. Goulding
Well written - lots of footnotes for people who desire to dig deeper - spot on, but that's to be expected because the author is a Washington DC insider (as a former member of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kris
Wow. They Dare To Speak Out was worth the time and effort to read. I found myself being upset often.Published 7 months ago by Big Sistah Patty
This is his Farewell Address:
Observe good faith and justice towards all nations; cultivate peace and harmony with all. Read more
To get an honest and balanced understanding of the Palestinians-Israel conflict, you must read Paul Findley's book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mary Ellen Bennett