Against Zionism: Jewish Perspectives

The papers published herein were presented at the conference ‘Against Zionism: Jewish Perspectives’ at the Brunei Gallery, School of Oriental and African Studies, London on 2 July 2006, organised by the Islamic Human Rights Commission and NEDA.

The audio of all the papers presented can be heard here.

The publishers hope that the content of this volume will inspire discussion and thought at a time when such critical thinking is being demonised and pushed to the margins. All those whose work is contained in this volume, come from different and dynamic backgrounds through a spectrum of Orthodox to secular, from political ‘left’ and ‘right’.

Yet all speak of a world that recognises and yet transcends difference to achieve real peace based only on full justice.  Their focus in this volume is Palestine and opposition to the idea of Israel as a Zionist dream.  The potentialities go well beyond.

We hope that is inspiration enough for the reader to begin and continue a journey of critical reflection and solidarity with the oppressed.

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