Israel’s 60th Birthday

Finkelstein in Edinburgh UK: The Israel/Palestine conflict by Dave

In this lecture at Edinburgh University Norman Finkelstein tackles the most controversial topics in the Israel – Palestine conflict. Examining what the record and world consensus shows he explains that most of the controversy is fake and that the issues are actually very simple to understand.

Norman Finkelstein: Controversies and the Israel / Palestine conflict

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  • Recorded 25/01/2008 Edinburgh

“Peace will come to Palestine and the Middle East when Israel finally obeys international law and withdraws to its legal borders.” Finkelstein Quoting Former President Carter

Picture from BBC

“God helps those who help themselves”
Finkelstein on current Gaza Situation(Photo from the BBC not under cc license).

In the 2 hour lecture he covers the following –

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Thanks for recording and posting this. I thought it was a fantastic lecture and look forward to hearing it again.

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More audio from his UK tour here

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