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Tel Aviv University
TAU Moshe Zuckermann appears on Tehran's CASMII (Campaign Against Sanctions and Military Intervention in Iran)

Editorial Note: 

Moshe Zuckermann, one of the most radical academics at Tel Aviv University has been profiled by IAM before.  As noted, he is a self-proclaimed anti-Zionist and a follower of Norman Finkelstein who accused Israel of creating a "Holocaust industry" to further its political goals.  In his 2010 book Antisemit!  Zuckermann, a son of Holocaust survivors from Poland, repeats the charge that Israel has used anti-Semitism and the Holocaust as an instrument of dispossessing and oppressing the Palestinian people.  Working with the radical, Munich-based Salam, Shalom: Palestine-Israel Working Group headed by Eckhard Lenner and Christoph Steinbrink, Zuckermann has propagated the notion that Israel is an extreme abuser of human rights with regard to the Palestinians.   He has also emphasized that Germany, and to a lesser degree other Western countries, was cowed into supporting Israel because of political exploitation of the Holocaust.

Like ABNAIRNA and the London-based Press TV, CASMII (Campaign Against Sanctions and Military Intervention in Iran) is known to repeat Tehran's extreme hard-line on Israel.  Asserting that Iran's nuclear program is peaceful, the group has accused Israel of fabricating evidence, misleading public opinion and pushing the United States toward a war with Iran. Zuckermann, whose writings are regularly featured on the CASMII website, has supported this view.  In an interview given to a German newspaper, he accused the Israeli government of a hysterical reaction to Tehran's nuclear project.   Zuckermann's usefulness had earned him a place in the CASMII- sponsored International Rosa Luxemburg Conference in Berlin on January 8, 2011, a show of force of the pro-Palestinian- pro-Iranian network.  By turning into a CASMII star performer, Zuckermann is on his way to becoming the "Israeli Norman Finkelstein." 








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Internationale Rosa-Luxemburg-Konferenz (Berlin)


Start: Jan 8 2011 - 11:00

End: Jan 8 2011 - 21:00


Das Programm der 16. Konferenz

URANIA-HAUS, An der Urania 17, 10787 Berlin. Einlaß ab 10 Uhr

»Mitten in der Geschichte, mitten in der Entwicklung, mitten im Kampf lernen wir, wie wir kämpfen müssen.« Rosa Luxemburg vor Gewerkschaftern, 1910 Vorträge ab 11 Uhr Imperialismus im 21. Jahrhundert: Lernen, wie wir kämpfen müssen

·         11.00 Uhr Moshe Zuckermann - Soziologe und Historiker, Israel

·         12.00 Uhr Carlos Lozano - Voz-Chefredakteur, Mitglied des ZK der KP, Kolumbien

·         13.15 Uhr Grußbotschaft von Mumia Abu-Jamal - Journalist und politischer Gefangener, USA: Robert R. Bryan - Hauptverteidiger von Mumia Abu-Jamal, USA

·         13.45 Uhr Christos Katsotis - Mitglied des PAME-Sekretariat und des ZK der KKE, Griechenland

·         15.00 Uhr Gáspár Miklós Tamás - Philosoph und Politiker, »Grüne Linke«, Ungarn

·         15.45 Uhr Irma Sehwerert Mileham, Roberto González Sehwerert - Angehörige von René González Sehwerert (Cuban Five), Kuba

·         17.00 Uhr Walter Martínez - TV-Moderator und Journalist, Venezuela

Moderation: Dr. Seltsam

• Vorstellung der »Bibliothek des Widerstands« (ca. 14.30 Uhr)
• Matthias von Herrmann, Pressesprecher »Die Parkschützer« über die Proteste gegen »Stuttgart 21«
• Workshop StreetArt mit Interbrigadas und Fotodokumentation ihrer Projekte
• Fotoausstellung der Ernst-Thälmann-Gedenkstätte Ziegenhals (Dokumentation eines Abrisses) 13 Uhr: Parallelprogramm Bildung und Ausbildung im Abschwung Eine Veranstaltung von LandesschülerInnenvertretung NRW, IG Metall Jugend Jena/Gera, SDS und SDAJ 18 Uhr: Podiumsdiskussion Wo bitte geht’s zum Kommunismus? Linker Reformismus oder revolutionäre Strategie – Wege aus dem Kapitalismus

·         Katrin Dornheim - Betriebsratsvorsitzende bei der DB Station & Service AG (Transnet), Berlin

·         Inge Viett - Radikale Linke

·         Bettina Jürgensen - Vorsitzende der DKP

·         Gesine Lötzsch - Vorsitzende Die Linke

·         Claudia Spatz - Antifa, Berlin

Moderation: Ulla Jelpke (MdB), Die Linke

Konferenzsprachen: Englisch, Spanisch, Deutsch. Simultanübersetzung

Kulturprogramm 16.30 Uhr: Solikonzert für Cuban Five Michael Weston King - Singer/Songwriter, Großbritannien
Lucía Vargas - Rapperin, Basisaktivistin, Kolumbien (mit Videoprojektion)

ab 20 Uhr: Fete im Loft 21 Uhr: Konzert mit Michael Weston King und Lucía Vargas

10.12.2010: Programa en español

10.12.2010: Program in English






Volume 2:
Moustafa Bayoumi (ed.): Midnight on the Mavi Marmara - The attack on the Gaza Solidarity Flotilla


A book by Moustafa Bayoumi, with a foreword by Moshe Zuckermann.

"We have been attacked in international waters - the Israelis are behaving like pirates [...] When she began to steer the ship towards Israel, it was a kidnapping! The whole 
action is illegal "- Henning Mankell, on board the Gaza solidarity convoys. Eastern Mediterranean, on Monday 31 May 2010, 4:30 clock: Israeli commandos, and the water coming from the air attack in international waters the six boats in the Gaza flotilla, which was on the way to the besieged Gaza to the local population with humanitarian relief supplies to . provide During the attack on the ships within a few minutes, nine activists of the international solidarity campaign organized by the Israeli army shot and wounded many others. The 700 people on board the ships should be taken to Israel spent in prison camps and later deported. Previously they all documentary photographs are taken on military action and not handed out. The Israeli army tries to to control the public image of the action. Within hours of the attack is the IDF (Israel Defense Forces), an indignant response from the world. Spontaneous demonstrations in Europe, the United States, Turkey and also in Gaza, condemned the attack. The Turkish prime minister described it as "bloodbath" and "state terrorism." Lebanese Prime Minister calls it a "dangerous and crazy step that will exacerbate tensions in the region."

In this book participants and journalists reporting from the events of the night in May and they associate with their classification of the three-year blockade of the Gaza Strip, and the decades-long conflict between Israel and Palestine.

The original 2010 is published by ORBooks in English under the title "Midnight on the Mavi Marmara."

With texts by: 
 Noam Chomsky, Sümeyye Ertekin, Norman Finkelstein, Neve Gordon, Glenn Greenwald, Arun Gupta, Amira Hass, Henning Mankell, Paul Larudee, Gideon Levy, Lubna Masarwa, Ken O'Keefe, Daniel Luban, Kevin Ovenden, Ilan Pappe, Henry Siegman, Ahdaf Soueif, Richard Tillinghast, Alice Walker, Stephen M. Walt, Philip Weiss, Norman Paech and Haneen Zoabi. 
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