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Gilad Atzmon

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Gilad Atzmon was born in the state of Israel and served in the Israeli military. He lives in London, and is an editor at Palestine Think Tank, and author of two novels: A Guide to the Perplexed and the recently released My One and Only Love. Atzmon is also one of the most accomplished jazz saxophonists in Europe.


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Articles de cet auteur

  • Israeli Economy for Beginners

    dimanche 14 août 2011
    We learn from the press and political analysts that, against all odds and in spite of the global financial turmoil, Israel’s economy is booming. Some even suggest that Israel is one of the strongest economies around. ‘How come ?’ you may ask ; besides maybe avocado, oranges, and some Dead Sea beauty products, none of us has actually ever seen an Israeli product on the shelves. They don’t make cars ; nor do they make electric or electronic appliances, and they hardly manufacture any consumer (...) suite suite
  • The Tide Has Changed

    samedi 20 février 2010
    London is ‘angry’ over the use of stolen identities by the Dubai assassins and points its finger at the Jewish state and its notorious Mossad espionage agency. The Israeli ambassador to Britain, Ron Prosor, was summoned yesterday by the foreign minister to “share information”. In practice Britain has stopped short of accusing Israel of involvement in the scandalous assassination, however to signal its displeasure the Foreign Office ignored an Israeli plea to keep the summons secret. "Relations (...) suite suite
  • Ahmadinejad : “Read My Lips”

    mardi 21 avril 2009
    Once again I find myself saluting Iranian President Ahmadinejad, in full support of his words. No one could do better bringing to light European racial discriminatory sentiments. What we saw yesterday at the UN Anti Racism Forum was crude collective institutional Islamophobic racism in its making, a coordinated show of rabid western chauvinism. A bunch of European diplomats behaving as a herd of sheep, exhibiting complete denial of the notion of freedom of speech and the culture of debate. (...) suite suite
  • The Grand Illusion

    mardi 10 février 2009
    A few days ago, Noam Shalit, the ‘father of’ slammed the Hamas for holding his son for no real reason. Miraculously, he managed to forget the fact that his son Gilad was actually a combatant soldier who served as a post guard in a concentration camp and was captured in a fortress bunker overlooking Gaza. Father Shalit called upon Hamas to : “stop holding us as hostages of the symbols of yesterday’s wars". He also claimed that the Hamas is engaged in no less than ’imaginary resistance’. (...) suite suite
  • Living on Borrowed Time in a Stolen Land

    mardi 6 janvier 2009
    Communicating with Israelis may leave one bewildered. Even now when the Israeli Air Force is practicing murder in broad daylight of hundreds of civilians, elderly persons, women and children, the Israeli people manage to convince themselves that they are the real victims in this violent saga. Those who are familiar intimately with Israeli people realise that they are completely uninformed about the roots of the conflict that dominates their lives. Rather often Israelis manage to come up (...) suite suite
  • Vivre en sursis sur une terre volée

    mardi 6 janvier 2009
    Ceux qui sont intimement familiers du peuple israélien réalisent que ce dernier n’est absolument pas informé des racines du conflit qui domine son existence. Assez souvent, les Israéliens en viennent à des arguments d’un genre bizarre qui ont tout leur sens dans le discours israélien, mais sont dénués de toute signification hors la rue juive. Un de ces arguments est le suivant : ’ces Palestiniens, pourquoi insistent-ils pour vivre sur notre terre (Israël), pourquoi ne s’installent-ils pas tout (...) suite suite

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