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The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics

The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics



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The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics by Roger Garaudy
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 Roger Garaudy
The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics
2 [Source of the text: CODOH:http://codoh.com/  
© 1996 All rights reserved.
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IntroductionPart I: Theological Myths
The Myth of the "Promise": Promised Land or Conquered Land?a.
In Contemporary Christian Exegesisb.
In the Prophetic Jewish Exegesis2.
The Myth of the "Chosen People"3.
The Myth of Joshua: Ethnic Purification
Part II: The Myths of the 20th Century
The Myth of Zionist Antifascism2.
The Myth of the Justice of Nuremberg3.
The Myth of the Holocaust4.
The Myth of "A Land Without a People for a People Without a Land"
Part III: The Political Use of the Myth
The Israeli-Zionist Lobby in the United States2.
The Israeli-Zionist Lobby in France3.
The Myth of the Israeli Miracle: The External Financing of Israel
Letter from Abbé Pierre to Roger Garaudy, 15 April, 19962.
Letter from Pastor Roger Parmentier to Roger Garaudy, 11 May, 19963.
The Cry of a Deportee
by Gaston Pernot, Doctor of Law, Commander of the Legion of Honor, Paris
 ("Le Figaro," Friday, May 3, 1996)4.
Indignation of an Israeli Writer
by Ari Shavit/Haaretz/New York Times Syndication
(Translated from Hebrew in "Liberation" of May 21, 1996.)

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