Khalil Bendib interviews Shlomo Sand

October 17, 2009 § 2 Comments

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Sand Invention-of-the-Jewish-smallFollowing an interview earlier this year, Khalil Bendib once again speaks with Tel Aviv University historian Dr. Shlomo Sand about his brand-new book, The Invention of the Jewish People. The book has become a best seller both in Israel and in France: Did the world’s Jewry truly originate in Palestine, and if not, why does that myth persist to this day?

Sand is currently touring the US: see also an interesting review of Shlomo Sand’s recent NYU lecture by Philip Weiss here.

In the same audio clip, Voices of the Middle East and North Africa also presents “In Honor of a Hero,” Bay Area-based Algerian Berber singer/songwriter Moh Alileche’s newest CD, which came out two months ago.

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§ 2 Responses to Khalil Bendib interviews Shlomo Sand

  • [...] Said (1950-2009) | Obit of the late Egyptian scholar, leftist and founding Kifaya member. ✪ Khalil Bendib interviews Shlomo Sand « P U L S E | Author of "The Invention of the Jewish People." ✪ Orascom Is Building Hotel Of Doom | [...]

  • eliezer says:

    Sand is a pseudo-historian whose specialty is the French cinema and who knows nothing at all about Jewish history. He is also a hardcore Stalinist. His “theories” about the Jewish people are recycled myths he has copied from Neo-Nazi groups and web sites.

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