Israeli activist-author Jeff Halper
is in the US to present his new book —
War Against the People:
Israel, the Palestinians and Global Pacification
Northampton: Sunday, March 6, 3-4:30 pm at the Edwards Church
Greenfield: Monday, March 7, 12:30-2pm, GCC Downtown Center – 270 Main Street, Greenfield
Amherst College: Monday, March 7, 7:30pm, Amherst College, Paino Lecture Hall, Beneski Building
UMass Amherst: Tuesday, March 8, 4pm, 160 West, Commonwealth Honors College
South Hadley: Tuesday, March 8, 7pm, at Odyssey Books
An American-Israeli anthropologist, former head of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD) and author of An Israeli in Palestine andObstacles to Peace, Jeff Halper offers a knowledgeable voice and critical, constructive analysis of what is happening in Israeli/Palestine. He is touring the US to help broaden the discussion to include what he calls “global Palestine,” Israel’s export of the ‘tools of Occupation’ world-wide.
Jeff Halper currently coordinates the War Against the People project of The People Yes! Network (TPYN).
Links of interest:
Jeff Halper, ‘War Against the People’ (Pluto, 2015) – Book trailer Part 16:47 min. Halper talks about his new book, ‘War Against the People’
http://inthesetimes.com/article/18741/israel-palestine-occupation-jeff-halper-war-against-the-people Israel’s Occupation Continues Because Economic and Political Elites Around the World Benefit From It. In These Times, by Marc Daalder, Jan. 19, 2016.
The book is published by the Univ. of Chicago Press Books
This event is sponsored by the Traprock Center for Peace & Justice.
See our Calendar for details.
TOUR SPONSORS: American Friends Service Committee of Western Massachusetts; ARISE; Ashfield Congregational Church, UCC; Amherst United Left; Charlemont Federated Church, UCC; Kairos/Franklin County Justice for Palestine; Traprock Center for Peace and Justice; Western Mass Jewish Voice for Peace; UMass Amherst: Department of Anthropology, Department of History, Social Thought and Political Economy, American Studies Program, Office of Civic Engagement and Service Learning, Students for Justice in Palestine