Norman Finkelstein: Six-Day War, 50-Year Occupation: What Really Happened in June 1967? Parts 1-3

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Dandelion Salad

with Norman Finkelstein

TheRealNews on Jun 3, 2017

In the first of an extended three-part interview on the 50th anniversary of the June 1967 Arab-Israeli war, author and scholar Norman Finkelstein debunks the enduring myths surrounding that historic confrontation — myths that have sustained​ the ensuing Israeli ​occupation of Palestinian lands​.

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Why American Jews Embraced Israel After the June 1967 War

TheRealNews on Jun 5, 2017

In the second part of our three-part interview special, author and scholar Norman Finkelstein analyzes the material, emotional and psychological factors behind the American Jewish embrace of Israel after the June 1967 war.

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50 Years After Since June 1967 War, Israel Continues World’s Longest Military Occupation

TheRealNews on Jun 6, 2017

In the third and final installment of our special on the 50th anniversary of the June 1967 war, author and scholar Norman Finkelstein argues that the U.S.-backed “peace process” was never intended to end the Israeli occupation.

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from the archives:

Abby Martin and Eran Efrati on Institutionalized Israeli War Crimes and Oppression of Palestinians

Balfour Apology? by Clive Hambidge

Abby Martin: How Palestine Became Colonized, Part 1

Chris Hedges and Miko Peled: Apartheid Israel

Demystifying US and Israeli Power by Susan Cain and Mark Mason (must-read)

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6 thoughts on “Norman Finkelstein: Six-Day War, 50-Year Occupation: What Really Happened in June 1967? Parts 1-3

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  3. The Real News’ interview of Norman Finkelstein separates TRNN from other news/media groups for its decision to pursue truth on the Israeli occupation while all others turn away, by collaborating with men and women often vilified for speaking truth in the most courageous manner.

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