Press TV discusses ‘Palestinians in Israel’ and ‘Erasing Iraq’

Press TV’s Epilogue programme recently discussed Ben White’s Palestinians in Israel: Segregation, Discrimination and Democracy. You can watch the full programme here:

Nearly ten years on from the Iraq war, Epilogue also discussed Erasing Iraq: The Human Costs of Carnage, by Michael Otterman, Richard Hil and Paul Wilson, describing it as “a comprehensive and moving account of the Iraqi people’s tragedy.” You can watch the full programme here:

Palestinians in Israel

Segregation, Discrimination and Democracy

Ben White. Foreword by Haneen Zoabi

Argues that Israel’s insistence on declaring itself a Jewish state leads to discrimination, segregation and a guarantee of continued conflict.

“This book debunks convincingly and forcefully the myth of Israel being ‘the only democracy’ in the Middle East. As this book shows, the treatment of the Palestinians in Israel is the ultimate proof that the Jewish State is anything but democratic.” – Professor Ilan Pappe, University of Exeter and author of The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine and Out of the Frame

“Essential reading to understand why there can never be peace unless Palestinian citizens of Israel are granted full equality, something they are systematically denied by Israel’s aggressive, and increasingly unrestrained Zionist ethnocracy.” – Ali Abunimah, Co-founder of Electronic Intifada, author of One Country

£14.99 only £13.00 on the Pluto site

Erasing Iraq

The Human Costs of Carnage

Michael Otterman, Richard Hil and Paul Wilson. Foreword by Dahr Jamail

Reveals the true human costs of war in Iraq, an unfolding tragedy that has yielded millions of dead and displaced Iraqis since the first Gulf War.

“If I could only recommend one book that provides a comprehensive
overview of both the situation in Iraq today, and the decades of
US-backed policy it took to create this nightmare scenario,
Erasing Iraq is it.”
– Dahr Jamail, from the foreword

£14.99 only £13.00 on the Pluto site

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