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This book is a chapter-by-chapter analysis and documentation of the power of Israel via the Israeli, Jewish or Pro-Zionist Lobby on US Middle East policy.

This book is a chapter-by-chapter analysis and documentation of the power of Israel via the Israeli, Jewish or Pro-Zionist Lobby on US Middle East policy. It raises serious questions as to the primary beneficiary of US policy, and its destructive results for the United States. The extraordinary extent of US political, economic, military and diplomatic support for the state of Israel is explored, along with the means whereby such support is generated and consolidated.

Petras challenges Noam Chomsky concerning his treatment and interpretation of Israel's influence in the . Start reading The Power of Israel in the United States on your Kindle in under a minute

Petras challenges Noam Chomsky concerning his treatment and interpretation of Israel's influence in the . This will spark a major debate among progressives, given the stature of both parties. Start reading The Power of Israel in the United States on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

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Clarity Press, 2006, paper. p14 The basis of the Lobby's PAC power is rooted in the high proportion of Jewish families among the wealthiest families in the United States. p13 former President Ariel Sharon once boasted, regarding his influence over President Bush "We have the US under our control". According to Forbes, 25 to 30 percent of US multi-millionaires and billionaires are Jewish.

Petras' 2006 book The Power of Israel in the United States, published by Clarity Press, described the power of the Jewish lobby over American foreign policy, and was extremely controversial for its close parallels to historic.

Petras' 2006 book The Power of Israel in the United States, published by Clarity Press, described the power of the Jewish lobby over American foreign policy, and was extremely controversial for its close parallels to historic neo-Nazi arguments describing Jews as a loathsome, conspiratorial force seeking to oppress others. Petras particularly singles out Noam Chomsky as "apologist the US Jewish lobby", asserting that Chomsky loses his power of analysis when it comes to addressing "the role of his own ethnic group"

This book is a chapter-by-chapter analysis and documentation of the power of Israel via the Israeli, Jewish or Pro-Zionist Lobby on US Middle East policy.

The Power of Israel in the United States, James Petras. exclusively on isolated and sporadic Palestinian attacks and ignoring Israel's. daily systematic executions has become the daily fare offered by the US. political elite and the mass media to the American public. This serves to. legitimize and justify the Lobby's advocacy for starving the Palestinian people.

James Petras (born 17 January 1937) is a retired Bartle Professor (Emeritus) of Sociology at Binghamton University in Binghamton, New York and adjunct . The Power of Israel in the United States, Clarity Press, Inc. (2006).

James Petras (born 17 January 1937) is a retired Bartle Professor (Emeritus) of Sociology at Binghamton University in Binghamton, New York and adjunct professor at Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada who has published on political issues with particular focus on Latin America and the Middle East, imperialism, globalization, and leftist social movements.

This book is a chapter-by-chapter analysis documenting the power of Israel via the pro-Zionist lobby on US Middle East policy. It explores the extraordinary extent of US political, economic, military and diplomatic support for Israel along with the means whereby such support is generated and consolidated

James Petras - Power of Israel in the United States - pdf [TKRG]

This book is a chapter-by-chapter analysis and documentation of the power of Israel via the Israeli, Jewish or Pro-Zionist Lobby on US Middle East policy. It raises serious questions as to the primary beneficiary of US policy, and its destructive results for the United States. The extraordinary extent of US political, economic, military and diplomatic support for the state of Israel is explored, along with the means whereby such support is generated and consolidated. Contending that Zionist power in America ensured unconditional US backing for Israeli colonization of Palestine and its massive uprooting of Palestinians, it views the interests of Israel rather than those of Big Oil as the primary cause of the disastrous US wars against Iraq and threats of war against Iran and Syria. It demonstrates and condemns US imitation of Israeli practice as it relates to conduct of the war on terrorism and torture. It sheds light on the AIPAC spying scandal and other Israeli espionage against America; the fraudulent and complicit role of America’s academic “terrorist experts” in furthering criminal government policies, and the orchestration of the Danish cartoons to foment antipathy between Muslims and the West. It questions the inability in America to sustain or even formulate a discourse related to the subject of Israeli influence on the United States. It calls for a review of American Mid East policy with a view to reclaiming US independence of action based upon enlightened self-interest and progressive principles.

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James Petras - Power of Israel in the United States - pdf