The left is trashing the Vietnam documentary by Ken Burns on PBS. Though it is didactic and middle-brow and America-centric, the documentary is majestic in its depiction of murderous arrogance, and should educate millions to the horrors of occupation and the ferocity of a subjugated people’s resistance.
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Yoav Litvin reviews Moshe Menuhin’s “Not by Might, nor by Power”: The Zionist betrayal of Judaism” a ground-breaking critique of Zionism first published in 1965. Litvin writes, “In ‘Not by Might, nor by Power,’ Menuhin dissects the crimes and fallacies inherent within Zionism and obliterates its propagandized selling points, while maintaining his love for his version of Jewish identity.”
Zohra Drif’s first-hand account of Algeria’s fight for independence against French occupation has vital lessons for Israel/Palestine.
“If we want people to change their hearts and minds, to dig deep and shift their feelings about the mythology of Israel, we might just start with a story,” writes Liz Rose in a review of Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman’s book “Kingdom of Olives and Ash.”