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 Noam Chomsky - Fateful Triangle: The United States, Israel, and the Palestinians

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Fateful Triangle
The United States, Israel, and the Palestinians
Noam Chomsky
South End Press 2nd Updtd edition 1999
938 pages
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Chomsky's research is truly impressive. This book contains roughly 1,550 footnotes, with a huge range of sources, including mainstream right newspapers (i.e. Wall Street Journal) and papers on the left (i.e. New York Times). He also refers to a number of Israeli historians (i.e. Morris and Shlaim), and both liberal and conservative Jewish magazines (commentary and Dissent), also left-wing and mainstream liberal magazines (i.e. New Republic and Z mag). You can disagree with the ideology and the point of view, but you cannot deny the sheer volume of sources. It's difficult to explain the almost unanimous refusal to review this book among the mainstream press upon the time of publication, but it passed almost unnoticed. Those who have commented on the book have usually criticized Chomsky's `tone' and his apparent use of `selective quotation.' On the latter charge I can only say that all political scientists must ultimately decide which quotes and sources they are going to include, and which they are going to exclude, it's simply the nature of the field. On the former charge, I must admit that on a few occasions, Chomsky's tone is needlessly hostile. For example, while discussing the IDF's indolence with regard to monitoring Sabra and Shatila, Chomsky quotes Thomas Friedman to the fact that "whether the Israelis actually looked down and saw what was happening was unkown," adding that "it is also not clear whether this is intended as irony" (366). This is a needless and polemical reference to the Holocaust. Chomsky is Jewish and is not an anti-semite, but he applies harsh and rigorous (perhaps occasionally unfair) standards to the state of Israel, which is the product of the policy of genocide implemented against European Jewry during WWII. There is no need to compare the Israeli atrocities to the atrocities of the Nazis; it gets historians and scholars alike nowhere in penetrating into the truth of the current conflict.

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