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1.0 out of 5 stars Appalling even by drive-by anti-Israeli standards, 31 July 2010
A Kid's Review
This review is from: The Question of Zion (Paperback)
This is a book literally packed with factual errors. It makes some noise about the differences between the Penteuch and the Tanach, except they are the same thing just one is the greek name and one is hebrew. We also have a recounting of a speech by made Jabotinsky on the eve of the 1948 war which is a pretty impressive feat given he died in 1940. Needless to say, given she can't get even basic, indisputable facts right that her analysis is shot to pieces.

I guess she is lucky to have written a book in a field where poor scholarship, a contempt for facts and out and out fraud is widely accepted and doubly lucky to be Jewish so she can jump on the "Jews against Zionism" bandwagon, the latter day useful idiots of such bastions of human rights as Syria, Iran, Pakistan, Hizbollah controlled Lebanon and Hamas controlled Gaza. The bottom line is that if you are already hopelessly biased against Israel then you are going to have your prejudices confirmed and what little she does say is clearly false - unless you also believe in ghosts.
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Initial post: 2 Dec 2010 02:35:52 GMT
Last edited by the author on 2 Dec 2010 02:37:04 GMT
Ben Alofs says:
To A Kid's Review
Regarding the Penteuch and the Tanach I must tell you that they are not the same thing. The Penteuch, being the Five Books of Moses and the Torah are the same thing. The Torah is only the first of three parts of the Tanakh.
This however is a minor thing compared to the real blunder you made and that is your allegation that Rose got the date wrong when quoting Vladimir Jabotinsky from a speech he supposedly made in 1948. I checked the book and indeed Jacqueline Rose quotes Vladmir Jabotinsky twice, on p. 56 and again on p. 124. I quote Rose on p. 124: ..."These lines from the speech he delivered to the socialist youth movement in Warsaw on July 12, 1938...." On p. 56 the same speech in the same year: 1938.
I must conclude then that you are an idiot and a fraud. Let's hope your are just a kid. You have a lot to learn. And now apologize to Jacqueline Rose!
Ben Alofs

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Apr 2013 16:19:22 BDT
R Ali says:
A great rebuke of a very malignant and/or stupid zionist.
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