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IMAGE AND SOUND / Ali Abunimah on History & Culture
Date of publication at Tlaxcala: 11/04/2012
Translations available: Español  Français 

Ali Abunimah on History & Culture

Gilad Atzmon جيلاد أتزمون گيلاد آتزمون

 

In the above clip I elaborate on Ali Abunimah’s attitude towards history and culture.

 
I contend that since Israel defines itself as the Jewish State and its tanks are decorated with Jewish symbols, we are entitled to ask ourselves who are the Jews and what is Judaism and Jewishness? In my work I try to grasp the role and the impact of Jewish culture on Israeli and Jewish politics - something I believe necessary to bring peace to the region and beyond.
 
But Ali Abunimah doesn’t agree. In reference to a talk I gave at the Stuttgart One State Conference (Dec 2010), he suggested that history and politics are detached from culture - an unusual approach which contradicts all recognized, intellectual and philosophical understandings of humanity, history, politics as well as culture.
 
Abunimah says “Talking about Jewish culture, is wrong because such arguments can be made about anyone. We could blame German culture for the history of Germany...”
 
Someone should tell Abunimah that this is exactly what intellectuals, historian and political scientists do. They search for the origin of political thoughts in culture, ideology, religion and heritage. For instance, those who study the Nazi era try to comprehend the impact of Wagner, the German symphony, Protestant culture, German philosophy, Martin Luther’s “The Jews And Their Lies”, Hegel and the German Spirit, German Early Romanticism, Lebensphilosophie, Heine, Athens vs. Jerusalem and so on.
 
It is obvious to me that, Abunimah didn’t think it through. However, it is never too late to admit a mistake and get it right.




Courtesy of Gilad Atzmon
Source: http://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/ali-abunimah-on-history-culture.html
Publication date of original article: 03/04/2012
URL of this page: http://www.tlaxcala-int.org/article.asp?reference=7107

 

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