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    ... From: Chris Doyle (CAABU) To: Chris Doyle (CAABU) Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2005 2:14 PM Subject: Reminder:
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      From: "Chris Doyle (CAABU)" <doyle@...>
      To: "Chris Doyle (CAABU)" <doyle@...>
      Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2005 2:14 PM
      Subject: Reminder: Meeting: Zionism: Past, Present and Future

      > Arab Media Watch, the Council for Arab-British Understanding, Pluto Books
      > and the LSE Palestine Society
      > cordially invite you to an event entitled:
      > Zionism: Past, Present and Future
      > Date: Tuesday February 1, 2005
      > Time: 7pm
      > Venue: Room D602, Clement Building, London School of Economics, Houghton
      > Street, London WC2A 2AE
      > Free entry, all welcome
      > Events over the last few years have re-focused attention on the nature of
      > Zionism. Demographic trends and Israeli practices, most notably
      > settlement
      > expansion and barrier construction, have called into question the
      > viability
      > of the two-state solution and, thus, Zionism itself. Furthermore, the
      > refusenik movement against Israeli involvement in the occupied
      > territories,
      > while welcome, has brought about the myth that Zionism was a benevolent
      > movement until Israel's expansion in 1967.
      > To discuss Zionism's past, present and future, we are proud to feature two
      > prominent authors of recent books on the subject, published by Pluto
      > Books,
      > which will be sold at a 20% discount at the event:
      > John Rose is author of "The Myths of Zionism", and teaches Sociology at
      > Southwark College and London Metropolitan University. Rose was a student
      > at
      > the London School of Economics during the great radical upheaval of the
      > late
      > 1960s. He arrived as a Zionist in 1966 and left in 1969 as a committed
      > pro-Palestinian and anti-Zionist. Why? "Simple," he says, "I heard the
      > Arab
      > case for the first time and it was, and remains, unanswerable."
      > Norton Mezvinsky is co-author, with the late Israel Shahak, of "Jewish
      > Fundamentalism in Israel", and is a Professor of History at Central
      > Connecticut State University. He has been appointed a University Professor
      > by the Connecticut State University Board of Trustees (in the more than
      > 150-year history of this university, only six University Professors have
      > been appointed). He has published extensively and lectured in many parts
      > of
      > the world on various aspects of the Arab-Israeli conflict, Zionism, US
      > policy in the Middle East and religious fundamentalisms. He is currently
      > writing a book on Christian Zionism.
      > Chair: Sharif Hikmat Nashashibi, Arab Media Watch chairman
      > For further information, please contact:
      > AMW: info@..., 07956 455 528
      > Pluto Books: hester@..., 0208 374 6424
      > Chris Doyle
      > Director
      > CAABU (Council for Arab-British Understanding)
      > 1 Gough Square, London, EC4A 3DE
      > Tel: 020 7832 1310
      > Fax: 020 7832 1329
      > www.caabu.org
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