By Yann Martel

ISBN-10: 030740207X

ISBN-13: 9780307402073

From the mailbox of the top Minister's workplace on your bookshelf, an inventory of greater than a hundred books that each Canadian may still learn. This principally one-sided correspondence from the "loneliest e-book membership within the world" is a compendium for bibliophiles and those that persist with the Canadian political scene. clever, subversive, signed, sealed, and now to be had to you...even in case your handle isn't eighty Wellington road.

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In many ways Israel’s current reality resembles the worst of Canada’s colonial past. Still, this book is not about Israel, or the nature of Zionism. 1 In recognition that this analysis is controversial in some quarters, a short explanation is necessary. S. ”2 On numerous occasions Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu has compared the treatment of Palestinians to Blacks under South African apartheid. The 1973 UN International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid described the “inhuman acts” of apartheid as: “Denial to a member or members of a racial group or groups of the right to life and liberty of persons...

Herman Abramowitz, noted in 1918: “Another star, the star of Jacob, will now shine brilliantly from the British constellation. It will be good for Great Britain because it would put in Palestine a friendly people, who would act as a buffer state, protecting the Suez Canal, India, Egypt, and trade to those countries. S. counterparts. “The First World War accentuated differences between Canadian and American Jewry. ”47 And Canada’s “established Jewish community ... , it was beneficial to one’s standing among the elite to support Zionism.

Pearson and Mr. Justice C. Rand ... did their utmost to impose upon the Arabs the infamous partition scheme. ”45 Why did Canada push for partition? Some believe Ottawa supported Zionist aspirations under pressure from a Jewish lobby. Many Jewish Canadians, including prominent businessman Samuel Bronfman, did call for the creation of Israel. 46 The notion, however, that a Jewish Zionist lobby forced an unwilling Ottawa to support partition is exaggerated. Most accounts confirm that Jewish organizations were unable to convince government officials to lobby Great Britain to support Zionism.

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