Dr. Moshe Zuckermann
Dr. Moshe Zuckermann was born in 1949 in Tel Aviv to Polish Jewish Holocaust survivors. In 1960, his family immigrated to Germany, but he returned to Israel after 21 years. He is a professor of history and philosophy at Tel Aviv University. From 2000 to 2005, Dr. Zuckermann was the director of the Institute of German History at Tel Aviv University. Since 2010, he is the scientific director of the Sigmund Freud Foundation in Vienna. He is one of the authors of Infected Landscapes: Israel----Broken Promised Land, in addition to a number of other books written in German and Hebrew.
On October 24, 2010, Dr. Zuckermann gave a lecture in Berlin where he claimed that it was only a matter of time “until the Zionist project cease to exist as a result of its wrong occupation policies and its own internal problems.” Also in 2010, Dr. Zuckermann participated in a lecture series in Norway that helped to try and influence Norway University to boycott Israel. In 2009, Dr. Zuckermann signed onto a petition to the Israeli government, calling for the “Israeli occupation, settlements, and the blockade of Palestinian territories to come to an end.” In 2008, he signed an anti-Israel petition that commemorated “Palestinians who have been depopulated, dispossessed, humiliated, tortured, and murdered by Zionists.” This petition was organized by RightiousJews.org. And Dr. Zuckermann also signed onto a petition of Israeli university professors that said that they would encourage their students to break the law by refusing to serve in the Palestinian territories during their army service.
Justice is the way to peace
|Salam Shalom Palestine-Israel Association Working Group
University of Tel Aviv
Interview | Discussion | Zionism and racism | Talk | FAQ | lecture in Vienna in 2009 | 23:10:10 in Berlin | Zuckermann Texts | Conclusion |
comes to Munich
|Fri 10 December
at 19:30 clock
|Based in Munich
Gasteig Black Box
Tickets at the box office in Gasteig
|11th SA December
and "Theresienwiese "
We sell tickets on Saturday in a world house.
|Seminar with Moshe Zuckermann to deepen the topic
(Including Zionism and antisemitism. Two things Holocaust. German sensibilities. What's solidarity with Israel?) leaflet
His latest book is just in the Vienna PROMEDIA-Verlag published "anti-Semite" - an accusation as an instrument.
Contact: Eckhard Lenner, Rottenbucher Str 3 A, 82166 Gräfelfing Tel: 089 / 85 45 95
eckhard.lenner @ googlemail.com or salamshalom.ak @ googlemail.com
|Anti-Semitism is, given its devastating consequences in the recent past, certainly the most despicable manifestations of racist ideology. His ban is a social necessity.
Problematic and counterproductive it is, however, if the fight against anti-Semitism is abused for political and anti-Semitism itself for - ideology - stabilizing rule. It has long been customary policy of force with the charge of anti-Semitism to silence critics of Israel to do and debate necessary to suppress reasonably controlled. Anti-Semitism, anti-Zionism, criticism of Israel - everything is thrown into a pot and an "anti-Semitism" overcooked mush - for any demagogic use.
Moshe Zuckermann analyzed these - of democratic politics most dangerous - development. In his view) has the improper use of anti-Semitism accusations to a "terrible epidemic" (as Theodor Mommsen on anti-Semitism will be grown. Whether the disease can be cured, to be seen. The fact that they named, explained, and all dimensions must be understood in their stands, no question.
Addendum to the Nakba exhibition in Freiburg
Date: Tue, November 30, 2010 19:47:40 +0100
From: "Dr. Gabriele Weber <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Once again Nakba Exhibition
the city government has the offer of the Cafe Palestine, organizer of the lecture given by Dr. Heinrich Schwendemann at 2:12:10 City Library to be rejected. Nevertheless, I would like to make them pay attention to this eventhttp://www.freiburg.de/servlet/PB/menu/1233507_l1/index.html .
"Supplementary Lecture to the Nakba Exhibition" at 02:12:10 by 20 clock in the city of Freiburg, Cathedral Square
Our request to the mayor, talking to him to lead a personal, was not met, as you can see the following quote:
"Mayor Dr. Solomon asked for understanding that in his view, none more personal exchanges in the circumstances of the Nakba exhibition at the public library needs to." (Mail by Bernd Fuchs, Department of OB-29.11.10).
We content ourselves therefore with satisfaction that the Nakba exhibition one of the most visited exhibition of the city library and the other was very well received by the visitors to hit.
Have a nice evening wishes from Freiburg
'Next round of conflict over the Nakba Exhibition "
"Strange dealing with critical comments by Professor Hans Peter Herrmann