This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion

This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion

For the Palestinians who live in the narrow coastal strip of Gaza, the December 2008 Israeli invasion was a nightmare of unimaginable proportions: in the 22-day-long action 1,400 Gazans were killed, several hundred on the first day alone. More than 6,000 homes were destroyed or badly damaged. The cost of the destruction and disruption of economic life, in one of the world? For the Palestinians who live in the narrow coastal strip of Gaza, the December 2008 Israeli invasion was a nightmare o...

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Title:This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion
Author:Norman G. Finkelstein
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Number of Pages:208 pages pages

This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion Reviews

  • Jennifer
    Sep 04, 2010

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

    how the 2008 Gaza attack and the flotilla attack have pushed international opinion close to the tipping point ...

    Probably Finkelstein's most readable work, and well-documented, as always. ...

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    This book is both informative and believable. I would consider it a must read for anyone interested the holy land and humanitarian issues. ...

    ...

  • Kevin
    Apr 20, 2010

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

  • Brian Napoletano
    Mar 31, 2010

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

  • Tijs Schelstraete
    Aug 18, 2012

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

    how the 2008 Gaza attack and the flotilla attack have pushed international opinion close to the tipping point ...

    Probably Finkelstein's most readable work, and well-documented, as always. ...

    ???? ?? ???? ????? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ?????. ??? ??? ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ???? ??????? ?????. ...

    This book is both informative and believable. I would consider it a must read for anyone interested the holy land and humanitarian issues. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Dale
    Aug 11, 2010

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

  • Reza Putra
    Sep 05, 2010

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

  • Martha
    Nov 30, 2011

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

    how the 2008 Gaza attack and the flotilla attack have pushed international opinion close to the tipping point ...

  • Gabriel
    Jun 08, 2011

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

  • Deborah
    Feb 06, 2012

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

  • Bryan putt
    Jul 13, 2011

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

  • Bilal
    Aug 21, 2011

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

  • Chaim
    Feb 19, 2012

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

  • Aimee Warrington
    Nov 20, 2011

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

  • Ricardo
    Aug 27, 2018

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

    how the 2008 Gaza attack and the flotilla attack have pushed international opinion close to the tipping point ...

    Probably Finkelstein's most readable work, and well-documented, as always. ...

    ???? ?? ???? ????? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ?????. ??? ??? ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ???? ??????? ?????. ...

    This book is both informative and believable. I would consider it a must read for anyone interested the holy land and humanitarian issues. ...

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  • Pauline
    Apr 23, 2012

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

  • Sham Issa
    Apr 08, 2012

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

    how the 2008 Gaza attack and the flotilla attack have pushed international opinion close to the tipping point ...

    Probably Finkelstein's most readable work, and well-documented, as always. ...

    ???? ?? ???? ????? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ?????. ??? ??? ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ???? ??????? ?????. ...

  • Joel
    Aug 23, 2014

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

    how the 2008 Gaza attack and the flotilla attack have pushed international opinion close to the tipping point ...

    Probably Finkelstein's most readable work, and well-documented, as always. ...

  • مشاري الإبراهيم
    Jun 22, 2012

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

    how the 2008 Gaza attack and the flotilla attack have pushed international opinion close to the tipping point ...

    Probably Finkelstein's most readable work, and well-documented, as always. ...

    ???? ?? ???? ????? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ?????. ??? ??? ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ???? ??????? ?????. ...

    This book is both informative and believable. I would consider it a must read for anyone interested the holy land and humanitarian issues. ...

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  • بینش بیگ
    Nov 20, 2012

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

  • Andrew Jones
    Jan 21, 2013

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

  • Nikita Jayswal
    May 04, 2013

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

  • Fred Grube
    May 15, 2013

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

    how the 2008 Gaza attack and the flotilla attack have pushed international opinion close to the tipping point ...

    Probably Finkelstein's most readable work, and well-documented, as always. ...

    ???? ?? ???? ????? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ?????. ??? ??? ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ???? ??????? ?????. ...

    This book is both informative and believable. I would consider it a must read for anyone interested the holy land and humanitarian issues. ...

  • Mary Ann Tavery
    Jun 26, 2016

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

  • Adam
    Jul 23, 2016

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

  • Charlotte Corbett
    May 17, 2017

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

    how the 2008 Gaza attack and the flotilla attack have pushed international opinion close to the tipping point ...

    Probably Finkelstein's most readable work, and well-documented, as always. ...

    ???? ?? ???? ????? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ?????. ??? ??? ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ???? ??????? ?????. ...

    This book is both informative and believable. I would consider it a must read for anyone interested the holy land and humanitarian issues. ...

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  • Yeong
    Dec 24, 2016

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

    how the 2008 Gaza attack and the flotilla attack have pushed international opinion close to the tipping point ...

    Probably Finkelstein's most readable work, and well-documented, as always. ...

    ???? ?? ???? ????? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ?????. ??? ??? ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ???? ??????? ?????. ...

    This book is both informative and believable. I would consider it a must read for anyone interested the holy land and humanitarian issues. ...

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  • Olesya Kalinichenko
    Nov 23, 2015

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

    how the 2008 Gaza attack and the flotilla attack have pushed international opinion close to the tipping point ...

    Probably Finkelstein's most readable work, and well-documented, as always. ...

    ???? ?? ???? ????? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ?????. ??? ??? ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ???? ??????? ?????. ...

    This book is both informative and believable. I would consider it a must read for anyone interested the holy land and humanitarian issues. ...

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  • Romanoski Mateusz
    Apr 17, 2017

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

    how the 2008 Gaza attack and the flotilla attack have pushed international opinion close to the tipping point ...

    Probably Finkelstein's most readable work, and well-documented, as always. ...

    ???? ?? ???? ????? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ?????. ??? ??? ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ???? ??????? ?????. ...

    This book is both informative and believable. I would consider it a must read for anyone interested the holy land and humanitarian issues. ...

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  • Sudarshan
    Jan 29, 2018

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

    how the 2008 Gaza attack and the flotilla attack have pushed international opinion close to the tipping point ...

    Probably Finkelstein's most readable work, and well-documented, as always. ...

    ???? ?? ???? ????? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ?????. ??? ??? ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ???? ??????? ?????. ...

    This book is both informative and believable. I would consider it a must read for anyone interested the holy land and humanitarian issues. ...

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  • Austin McCrory
    Jul 10, 2018

    The title of Norman Finklestein's latest book on the Israeli occupation of Palestine is a direct quote from a column written by Haaretz's Gideon Levy regarding the international community's response to Israel's brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. The implicit argu...

    Review of This Time We Went Too Far Norman Finkelstein draws on reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the Goldstone Report to document the war crimes committed by Israel in its December 2008 attack on Gaza. He begins with the recent history of Israeli policies,...

    For someone that only knows the basics about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, like me, I hoped this book would educate me and shed a light on the core of the dispute. That was too optimistic. The book reads like a university textbook. Each page has at least 5 notes and 5 more quotes, ...

    Norman Finkelstein begins his new book?This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion?debunking the oft-repeated claim that Israel waged Operation Cast Lead in order to stop Hamas from firing rockets into Israeli cities. If Israel's goal had been to stop t...

    Though the Alan Dershowitz-led witch hunt may have robbed him of his academic position at DePaul University in Chicago, Finkelstein has fortunately refused to fade into obscurity (in fact, Dershowitz?s infantile campaign may have raised Finkelstein?s profile). Per his usual stan...

    The purpose of this book is to provide an account of the 2009 war. Finkelstein does it by, crucially, offering up the context of the war too. Briefly, you'll learn: 1. Why Israel carried out the war 2. Why Israel is not interested in peace and how that can be proven 3. That most of...

    The ability of the author to provide stunning fact-checked arguments and ectensive evidences on the subject is brilliant. I believe this book is a must to read for every person interested in the Palistinia-Israeli conflict. Hats off. ...

    Itz really time to raise our voice against Israel crimes on Gaza.I will definitely read this book i'v marked it to read. ...

    This book is a poorly written compilation of information gathered from numerous sources. By "poorly written" I simply mean the narrative from the author's own voice is missing beyond the introduction and the quotation after quotation, citation after citation, made this a very dry, pain...

    An outstanding piece of literature with hard hitting facts. People have suggested the overuse of references throughout this book is a failure; I believe this aspect is what makes the book such a great piece of writing and shows finkelsteins expertise on the subject. I look forward to r...

    Finkelstein is a great jounalist who documents here the war crimes and attrocities carried out by the IDF in the 2008 invasion of Gaza. He also writes of the blacklisting of those who came out against the invasion. While a dry read, it is a well researched one (a third of the book is d...

    Akhirnya, kita tidak bisa lagi menggunakan embel-embel seperti paham kebangsaaan, agama, dan/atau status sosial untuk membedakan yang benar dari yang bathil. http://masihij4u.blogspot.com/2010/09... ...

    another wonderful book by Norman If you are interested in the Middle East you must read this book and you will really find out what is happening in the Israel Palestine conflict. Norman is a wonderful writer and researcher and everybody should read his stuff ...

    excellent! ...

    tantalizing facts about the 2008 invasion. ...

    "there is room for everyone at the rondezvous of victory" Aime Cesaire striving for human rights, human dignity, and human equality. ...

    how the 2008 Gaza attack and the flotilla attack have pushed international opinion close to the tipping point ...

    Probably Finkelstein's most readable work, and well-documented, as always. ...

    ???? ?? ???? ????? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ?????. ??? ??? ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ???? ??????? ?????. ...

    This book is both informative and believable. I would consider it a must read for anyone interested the holy land and humanitarian issues. ...

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