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Wednesday, 3. June 2009


DEBATING MIDDLE EAST CONFLICTS IN POST-NAZISTIC SPACES?


15:30
AUDIO RECORDING: Zweierlei Israel
Audioaufnahme der Buchpräsentation am 18. April 2003 in Hamburg.
Moshe Zuckermann: Zweierlei Israel?
Auskünfte eines marxistischen Juden an Thomas Ebermann, Hermann L. Gremliza und Volker Weiß
142 Seiten
Konkret Literaturverlag, 2003
ISBN 3-930786-39-7
Verwirrender war die Lage nie: Deutsche Kommunisten ergreifen wie die deutsche Rechte im Kampf gegen Israel die Partei
der Palästinenser. Antideutsche Linke verteidigen Israels regierende Rechte, israelische Kommunisten gelten ihr als Handlanger
islamistischen Terrors. Man hört Rufe: "Antisemiten", "Zionisten", "Philosemiten", "Rassisten", "Imperialisten". Der in
Israel geborene Moshe Zuckermann, Direktor des Instituts für Deutsche Geschichte der Universität Tel Aviv, ist mit 21 Jahren
von Frankfurt nach Israel emigriert. "Es war", sagt er, "die erwachsene Entscheidung eines jungen linken Zionisten". Inzwischen
hat er sich vom Zionismus verabschiedet. Heute wird Zuckermann von Gegnern Israels als Antizionist in Anspruch
genommen. Im Gespräch mit den Konkret-Autoren Thomas Ebermann, Hermann L. Gremliza und Volker Weiss räumt er mit
Missverständnissen dieser Art auf.
19:00
SCREENING: Bil'in Habibti - Bil'in My Love
Director: Shai Carmeli Pollak
Israel 2006, Digital Beta/Beta SP, 84 min.
Arabic, Hebrew with English subtitles
BIL'IN MY LOVE tells the story of a small Palestinian village trying to save itself and to break the occupation in a non-violent
resistance against the Israeli Army. Under the pretext of security, the village of Bil'in is about to lose more than half of its lands
to the Israeli separation fence and to the neighboring Israeli settlement. In an attempt to stop the bulldozers, tear gas, beatings,
arrests and live ammunition, the villagers confront the army in creative weekly demonstrations.
It's not an ordinary documentary, because after following the struggle, in dozens of other villages, Shai Carmeli-Pollak arrives
in Bil'in first and foremost, as an activist fighting the occupation and only then as filmmaker. He stays for more than a year and
accompanies the village's struggle, focusing on two people that become real friends: Mohamed, a member of the village's
local committee against the fence, and Wagee, an olive tree farmer and father of ten, who is losing the majority of his land to
the fence.



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