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PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out 1. Incorporated 814 North Franklin Street Chicago Illinois 60610 ISBN 1. Dare to Speak, 55652 482 X Printed in the United States of America 5 4 3 2. To our grandchildren Andrew Cameron Henry and Elizabeth May PAUL. they always be able to speak without fear FINDLEY They. Contents Dare to Speak, Preface vii Out 7, 1 Rescue and Involvement 1 PAUL. 2 King of the Hill 27 FINDLEY They, Dare to Speak, 3 Stilling the Still Small Voices 51. 4 The Deliberative Body Fails to Deliberate 81, 5 The Lobby and the Oval Office 117. FINDLEY They, 6 Penetrating the Defenses at Defense and State 147.
Dare to Speak, 7 The Assault on Assault 187, 8 Subverting Academic Freedom 209. 9 Paving the Way for the Messiah 249, FINDLEY They. 10 Not All Jews Toe the Line 281 Dare to Speak, 11 Scattering the Seeds of Catastrophe 313 Out 10. 12 What Price Israel 349 PAUL, Acknowledgments 375 FINDLEY They. Notes 379 Dare to Speak, FINDLEY They, Shortly after World War II a small band of United States partisans for.
Dare to Speak, Israel marshaled self discipline and commitment so effectively that. they succeeded in ending free and open debate in America whenever. Middle East issues are considered, FINDLEY They, file C Users efaikal Downloads they dare to s 2008 08 paul findley they dare to speak out 1 htm 2 of 30 07 May 2009 10 39 31 AM. PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out 1. Their primary goal was to assure broad substantial unconditional and. Dare to Speak, ultimately blind support for Israel by the U S government In seek ing Out 13. that goal these partisans forced a severe anti Arab and anti Muslim PAUL. bias into U S Middle East policy that has since raised costly economic FINDLEY They. political and military barriers to the American national interest The Dare to Speak. most harmful part of this process was the disappearance of unfettered Out 14. discussion of the United States relationship to the Arab Israeli conflict. FINDLEY They, These biases and restrictions though unwritten are as effective as if. Dare to Speak, they had been carved in stone Even in the legislative chambers on.
Capitol Hill the nation s highest and most hallowed halls of debate. discussion on the Middle East is virtually nonexistent. FINDLEY They, In a 1983 interview for the first edition of this book the late I F Izzy. Dare to Speak, Stone a widely respected author commentator and self styled radical. told me why many of his fellow Jews work so aggressively to sti fle free PAUL. speech He explained that because Jews in Israel seem constantly at FINDLEY They. war with Arabs Jews in America feel that they are in the same war To Dare to Speak. them free speech is a luxury that can be sacrificed where debate might Out 17. weaken U S support for an Israel at war Stone summed it up When PAUL. FINDLEY They, people are at war it is normal for civil liberties to suffer As long as. Dare to Speak, Israel is at war most U S Jews feel they have to fight and keep. fighting Nowhere has this been more obvious than in Israel s post. September 11 incursions into the occupied territories. FINDLEY They, Dare to Speak, This reaction is almost instinctive prompted by deeply felt anxi eties.
fears and outrage that arise mainly from the common bond of religion FINDLEY They. file C Users efaikal Downloads they dare to s 2008 08 paul findley they dare to speak out 1 htm 3 of 30 07 May 2009 10 39 31 AM. PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out 1. and the knowledge of unspeakable Jewish death and suffering in the Dare to Speak. Nazi Germany Holocaust during World War II It is not confined to Out 20. people of the Jewish faith To Muslims and many non Muslims world. wide the present suffering of Palestinians to them a latter day holo. caust evokes a similar reaction in which free speech and other basic. rights are sometimes casualties they dare to speak out. April 2002 provided evidence that strong passions persist on both View my complete profile. sides Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz well known for his. bias in favor of Israel received a lesson in anti Palestinian fervor when. addressing a large crowd of people gathered for a pro Israel rally at the. U S Capitol He tried to tell the crowd Innocent Palestinians are suf. fering and dying as well and it is critical that we recognize and. acknowl edge that fact His words were drowned out by boos and the. shouted slogan No more Arafat 1, A third of the way around the world U S Ambassador Donald Neu. mann was booed for making a similar plea to a crowd of Bahraini citi. zens gathered to protest Israel s latest invasion of Palestine After. standing with the protesters for a minute of silence for the victims of. the Israeli onslaught Neumann remained standing and asked for a. moment of silence for innocent Israeli victims of Palestinian terrorism. The crowd turned hostile and shouted back its refusal 2. Six weeks later the scene in Bahrain remained hostile Neumann. issued an advisory suggesting that U S citizens avoid crowds and vary. their travel routes when away from home He reported several beatings. of U S military personnel American vehicles being pelted with eggs. and local vehicles swerving near U S cyclists and pedestrians 3. file C Users efaikal Downloads they dare to s 2008 08 paul findley they dare to speak out 1 htm 4 of 30 07 May 2009 10 39 31 AM. PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out 1. Open Season on Palestinians, The Patriot Act brought about many changes in America but it did not. alter Israel s total domination of Capitol Hill In 2001 Israel quickly. endorsed President Bush s war on terrorism and Congress applauded. Israel s war on Palestinians accepting Israeli Prime Minister Sharon s. duplicitous argument that eradicating terrorists from the occupied. ter ritories was an essential part of Bush s worldwide military. Supporting Israeli wars was normal procedure on Capitol Hill Thanks. to the effectiveness of the pro Israel lobby the United States had long. been the key indispensable ally in all of Israel s military victories over. Arabs Despite frequent claims over the years that it sought only. policies that were fair to both sides the honest broker role the U S. gov ernment provided critical support to Israel s expansionist. campaigns with out interruption since President Lyndon B Johnson. gave clandestine aid to Israel s June 1967 war against the Arabs The. American people remain largely unaware of U S complicity in these. wars although it is widely recognized in all countries outside the. United States To this day Amer icans are poorly informed about the. level of U S military and economic aid to Israel not to mention our. government s record of near perfect sup port of Israel in critical votes. in the United Nations Security Council 4, In April 2002 Sharon ordered the invasion of the territories on the. pretext of rooting out the leaders who organized suicide bombings car. ried out inside Israel by individual Palestinians The bombings spread. file C Users efaikal Downloads they dare to s 2008 08 paul findley they dare to speak out 1 htm 5 of 30 07 May 2009 10 39 31 AM. PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out 1. fear throughout Israel not just in areas adjacent to the occupied territo. ries Even armed Israeli soldiers and police officers did not feel safe. The bombers could rarely be identified in advance as they were of both. sexes and varied ages, Sharon s counterattack was brutal and massive utilizing tanks heli. copter gunships and other arms all donated to Israel through the U S. government s military assistance program It left major cities in the. occu pied territories heavily damaged and the Palestinian authority. head quarters in shambles and isolated Accurate casualty statistics. may never emerge but the UN Report on Jenin put the Palestinian. death toll in Jenin alone at 52 It reported that 497 people had been. killed and 1 477 were wounded during the entire military sweep These. figures were com piled from a distance because the Israeli. government supported by Washington refused to permit the UN. inspection team to visit Jenin, The invasion did not halt suicide bombings but it left the Palestin ian.
population more tightly repressed than ever before It also left Pales. tinians and their sympathizers outraged at the crucial support provided. to the invaders by the U S government, For twelve days following the assault Israeli forces barred a UN relief. mission headed by special envoy Terje Roed Larsen from entering the. Jenin refugee camp During this period ambulances were routinely. turned away and scores of injured Palestinians bled to death After. finally being allowed to enter and tour the camp Roed Larsen said. We have expert people here who have been in war zones and. file C Users efaikal Downloads they dare to s 2008 08 paul findley they dare to speak out 1 htm 6 of 30 07 May 2009 10 39 31 AM. PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out 1. earthquakes and they say they have never seen anything like it It is. horrifying beyond belief He told reporters that 300 buildings had. been destroyed and 2 000 people were left homeless 5. The Israelis did everything they could to prevent reports of the. immense destruction from reaching American eyes and ears Riad. Abdelkarim a Los Angeles physician who writes commentaries on the. Middle East for U S newspapers and who served as a relief worker dur. ing the assault on Jenin was arrested and held for several weeks by. Israeli authorities after sending an eyewitness report on the. devastation in the camp to U S newspapers, Outraged by U S complicity in the assault Palestinian officials in Jenin. rejected a U S Agency for International Development shipment of. tents food and children s toys Their reason the camp had been. destroyed by U S donated weapons 6, A Special Relationship with Israel. During Israel s month long invasion President Bush publicly. demanded that Sharon order the immediate withdrawal of Israeli. forces Given Bush s position as chief executive of the United States. Israel s chief benefactor one would have expected Sharon to offer at. least a touch of conciliation Instead with supreme arrogance he. announced simply that his war meas ures were not finished and that. withdrawal would not occur until they were Faced with this defiance. Bush unaccountably praised Sharon as a man of peace and reminded. reporters of the obvious the United States has a special relationship. with Israel He failed to explain what this rela tionship entails letting. Israeli prime ministers defy the demands of U S presidents control. file C Users efaikal Downloads they dare to s 2008 08 paul findley they dare to speak out 1 htm 7 of 30 07 May 2009 10 39 31 AM. PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out 1. Palestinians and their land by force of arms and vio late with impunity. international laws and conventions on human rights. Sharon s 2002 war on Palestinians was in several ways reminiscent of. the bloody 1982 massacres he waged on the Palestinian refugee camps. at Sabra and Shatila Sharon called both of them assaults on terrorism. In both wars the U S president in 1982 Ronald Reagan demanded. that Israel stop the war In both the prime minister of Israel in 1982. Men achem Begin defied the presidential demand In the greatest. irony of all, when both assaults came to an end Congress promptly appropriated. funds to resupply Israels war machine 150 million in 1982 200. million in 2002 To free up funds for the bonus to Israel the House. Appropriations Committee in a curious reordering of priorities cut. 75 million from a project to reinforce cockpit doors to guard against. intrusions by hijackers 7 Sharon s war prompted huge anti Israel and. anti American protests worldwide One in Rabat Morocco drew an. estimated 1 5 million peo ple fully 6 percent of the nation s. population Surprisingly large protests also took place in Washington. D C New York and other major U S cities They received little media. Laughingstock of the World, A Time CNN poll showed that 60 percent of Americans favored reduc.
ing or completely eliminating aid to Israel if Sharon failed to withdraw. his troops from Palestinian areas The same poll showed 75 percent. favoring Bush s diplomatic initiatives for Middle East peace 8. file C Users efaikal Downloads they dare to s 2008 08 paul findley they dare to speak out 1 htm 8 of 30 07 May 2009 10 39 31 AM. PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out PAUL FINDLEY They Dare to Speak Out 1. That sentiment was not represented on Capitol Hill in Washington. where both the House of Representatives and the Senate acted as if. they were committees of the Israeli Knesset During deliberations on. Sharon s war almost all speeches were sympathetic to Israel echoing. Sharon s war of survival theme, On May 2 2002 both the Senate and the House of Representatives. adopted resolutions that praised Sharon s war and pledged full support. of Israel Although the House resolution was slightly more hostile to. the Palestinian cause than the Senate version the Atlanta Constitution. colum nist Martha Ezzard wrote that Republican leaders in the House. They dare to speak out people and institutions confront Israel s lobby Paul Findley 3rd ed p cm Includes bibliographical references and index ISBN 1 55652 482 X 1 United States Foreign relations Israel 2 Israel Foreign relations United States 3 American Israel Public Affairs Committee 4 Jews United States Politics and government 5 Zionists United States

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