Author: Roger Garaudy

A former French Communist leader, philosopher and recent convert to Revisionism and Islam, Garaudy was charged, tried and convicted for writing a semi-Revisionist book titled The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics, in which he had quoted extensively from material by Dr. Faurisson (without attribution) and by Barbara Kulaszka's book Did Six Million Really Die? (with attribution). He was condemned to a $50,000 fine. His trial was a farce and his performance in court disappointing. However, as a result, he seems to have kicked loose an avalanche of Revisionist thought and activities in the Moslem world, much to the chagrin of Israel -- a country that more and more considers Revisionism its Number One problem.

The Myth of a ‘Land Without People for a People Without Land’

Immediately following its publication in late 1995, Les mythes fondateurs de la politique israélienne (“The Founding Myths of Israeli Policy”), touched off a storm of controversy. Its octogenarian Communist-turned-Muslim author had taken aim at the historical legends cited for decades to justify Zionism and the Jewish state, including the most sacred of Jewish-Zionist icons, the…

The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics

Copyright 1996 – All rights reserved. Contents Introduction Part I: Theological Myths The Myth of the “Promise”: Promised Land or Conquered Land? In Contemporary Christian Exegesis In the Prophetic Jewish Exegesis The Myth of the “Chosen People” The Myth of Joshua: Ethnic Purification Part II: The Myths of the 20th Century The Myth of Zionist…

Right to Reply

No “Right to Reply” (yet written in our law) was granted to me by the media when they discharged the worst lies against my book The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics. I was walled up in silence. Only Abbé Pierre dared raise his great voice. By enacting laws that limit freedom of expression, the French…

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