“[S]cathing in his denunciation of the institutions and individuals who have cropped up around the issue of reparations.”—New York Press
“The most controversial book of the year.”—The Guardian
“His basic argument that memories of the Holocaust are being debased is serious and should be given its due.”—The Economist
“Finkelstein’s downright pugilistic book delivers a wallop.”—LA Weekly
“Breathtaking in [its] angry accuracy and irony.”—The Jewish Quarterly
“A lucid, provocative and passionate book.”—New Statesman
Norman G. Finkelstein is the author of A Nation on Trial (with Ruth Bettina Birn), named a notable book for 1998 by the New York Times Book Review, and Image and Reality of the Israel-Palestine Conflict.
A well researched study of the Holocaust industry. Names all the major players and leaves one feeling that for sure there is something criminal going on.Published 7 months ago by James Ginn
Documented, meticulous, and honest : a scientific approach rooted in the social context that Dr. Finkelstein knows perfectly.
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A courageous Jew telling the truth on how the Zionists are using the Holocaust to justify the expulsion of Palestinians from their homeland.Published 14 months ago by Issa Tawil
Great book that accounts for vicious tactics used by WJC to essentially extort money in the spirit of the fallen holocaust victims. Read morePublished 20 months ago by JustaPassenger
This book, is a damning relevance to modern history; in past present and future context(s). In a world so deliberately falsified, Dr. Read morePublished on June 19 2013 by James 'error' Campbell
It is not new, heard from here and there, some involved people where talking about it, but, never in a documented book form. Well-written, documented brave writing. Read morePublished on Dec 29 2012 by BELA MOLNAR
It is a well researched book and about an important, but not widely discussed topic - how the holocaust is politicized to gain money and favors for only one group of people. Read morePublished on Oct. 21 2012 by inhapagan
I read this book back to back, including apendix.
The most thought provoking book I read in years.
I did not give this text '5 STARS' as other reviewers did not because I did not find it believable, because I did. Read morePublished on March 17 2011 by Ronald W. Maron