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The Wandering Who Paperback – September 16, 2011
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The author's credentials were smeared in a very glaring way by the Zionist extremists, but his book is anything but what they claim. Their insults regarding his credentials are meaningless, particularly since people like Dershowitz have never served as the author has, in the Israeli army. This notion of the Holocaust having been turned into a religion all unto itself is also quite an interesting perspective.Read more ›
There is nothing mysterious about Atzmon's writings since most of what he discusses is fairly common knowledge within Israel and the Zionist community itself. What's more it is well documented primarily by Israeli historians, sociologists, and even in parts of the mainstream, Israeli press.
And the idea of "Jewish Identity" politics has no differing symptoms than any other nationalistic fervor that grips a small group or even a large one in many respects. For example, the myth of American Exceptionalism is as much a similar dynamic as that of the concept of "choseness" by the Jewish Community which is fiercely supported by Israeli political endeavor. Both came about for the same exact reasons where the American symptom was provided for by early, fervently, religious Protestants who came to the American shores in the 17th century while the Jewish\Israeli symptom was provided for by their own Judaic belief system.Read more ›
I have just finished reading 'The Wandering who". There is only one critcism I have to make and that is that the book is too short. His reasoning is sublime and supported by an impressive bibliography of references from a variety of sources. On the whole I found his reasoning clear and easy to follow. There are parts I had to reread twice before I could grasp the meaning. It is a book that one has to read several times. I have read scores of books on the history of the Israeli/Palestine conflict and find this one of the best. It is a must reading it and is in particular recommended to politicians and news paper review editors. But before I am accused of anti-semitism one should know that during WW2 I lived in Nazi occupied Europe and my parents were harbouring Jewish people to save them from the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps and by doing so putting their own lives on the line. They were also active in the resistance. When I went to school we learned during our geography lessons about a country called Palestine; we had to locate Jaffa, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem on the map. Nobody had ever heard of a country called 'Israel'. They are these experiences which have coloured my political views of the present ME conflict and the legal right of people all over the world to resist occupation of their land. I am well aware of the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps, they can never be denied and no one is denying that, not even Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Yet I am still a 'Holocaust denyer'. The problem is that the meaning of this expression is misunderstood by most people.Read more ›
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Having grown up with the King James Version of the Christian Bible, I have always wondered why we had to constantly read the Old Testament, which was about the insanity and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by StevenBlue
Gilad Atzmon has been accused of anti-Semitism and while his views as an Israeli Jew are important to understand when relating to Palestine I would agree that he is at best... Read morePublished 2 months ago by ZulfikarShahnawaz
Just finished reading this fascinating book for the third time.
This is a text to be read and pondered. There's a lot under the hood here. Read more
Beyond the repulsive effort Gilad Atzmon makes to sow suspicion and resentment towards Jews (which, predictably, has earned him the admiration and active support of David Duke),... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Preston C. Enright
I didn't have much expectations about this book because I don't quite consider Gilad an scholar of the caliber of Finkelstein or Chomsky, the latter a target of his derision. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Carlas jimenez
I like Atzmon and I agree with most of what he has to say. In particular I agree with his premise that Israeli's are traumatized more by their possible future and their stories... Read morePublished 7 months ago by D. Waterman
Frankly, there's nothing new here that an objective observer of the world did not suspect strongly, but yet as a goyim one can only guess, and from the outside, attempt to peer in... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Stream