The Twisted Logic of the Jewish ‘Historic Right’ to Israel

If George Santayana is correct, “that those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” then what’s going to happen when the past is remade to benefit those in power?

For more on how the Jewish narrative has been re-constructed over time, and how the Holocaust and anti-Semitic violence are being used to alter the historical record, also read Norman Finkelstein’s books on the topic.

The Twisted Logic of the Jewish ‘Historic Right’ to Israel

By Shlomo Sand

Bridging the gap between the public and the academy.

Posted in Global politics, Uncategorized

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