Ilan Pappé

Professor Pappé is a Jew who tells the truth about the evil of Israel [ sometimes ]. The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine is just part of it. This annoys the perpetrators, the Zionist Occupation Government. The Wikipedia manages to sound fairly even handed in their biography but be aware that it was set up by Jews with an agenda. He also wrote The Forgotten Palestinians.

Pappé's Halo Slips
Gilad Atzmon, who is also a Jew explains all. Palestinians really do exist. They really do have human rights.


The Forgotten Palestinians - A History of the Palestinians In Israel
Ilan Pappé has once again proven that he is one of the best historians on the Palestinian plight which has been disregarded and distorted by the embedded Western media and their mendacious mob. I highly recommend this insightful book along with his other wonderful work, "The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine" Your reward will be knowing that you are on the right side of history.
A Jew writes about his very own. They hate him for telling the truth.


Ilan Pappé - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ilan Pappé (Hebrew: אילן פפה‎; born 1954 in Haifa, Israel) is a professor with the College of Social Sciences and International Studies at the University of Exeter in the UK, director of the university's European Centre for Palestine Studies, co-director of the Exeter Centre for Ethno-Political Studies, and political activist. He was formerly a senior lecturer in political science at the University of Haifa (1984–2007) and chair of the Emil Touma Institute for Palestinian and Israeli Studies in Haifa (2000–2008). He is the author of The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine (2006), The Modern Middle East (2005), A History of Modern Palestine: One Land, Two Peoples (2003), and Britain and the Arab-Israeli Conflict (1988). He was formerly a leading member of Hadash, and was a candidate on the party list in the 1996 and 1999 Knesset elections.

Pappé is one of Israel's "New Historians" who, since the release of pertinent British and Israeli government documents in the early 1980s, have been rewriting the history of Israel's creation in 1948, and the corresponding expulsion or flight of 700,000 Palestinians in the same year. He has written that the expulsions were not decided on an ad hoc basis, as other historians have argued, but constituted the ethnic cleansing of Palestine, in accordance with Plan Dalet, drawn up in 1947 by Israel's future leaders. He blames the creation of Israel for the lack of peace in the Middle East, arguing that Zionism is more dangerous than Islamic militancy, and has called for an international boycott of Israeli academics.

He is a prominent supporter of the One State Solution envisaging one state for Palestinians and Israelis.

His work has been both supported and criticized by other historians. Before he left Israel in 2008, he had been condemned in the Knesset, Israel's parliament; a minister of education had called for him to be sacked; his photograph had appeared in a newspaper at the centre of a target; and he had received several death threats.
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