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The UN, Israel-Palestine and 9/11 Scholarship: A Discussion with Professor Richard Falk

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In this discussion, Professor Falk gives his assessment of the political context of the criticisms he is facing for identifying Israeli crimes in the treatment of Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank, and for referring positively to the scholarly contributions of Professor David Ray Griffin and other academics who have identified serious shortcomings in government and mainstream media interpretations concerning the contested events of 9/11.

Part One:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OEgnJuqPxQ&

Part Two:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kb6JQq08oDY

Part Three:

http://www.youtube.com/embed/J_OvmdZqA-c

Dr. Falk’s article that originally kicked off this matter:

Interrogating the Arizona Killings from a Safe Distance

by Richard Falk

January 13, 2011

Foreign Policy Journal

…The arguments swirling around the 9/11 attacks are emblematic of these issues. What fuels suspicions of conspiracy is the reluctance to address the sort of awkward gaps and contradictions in the official explanations that David Ray Griffin (and other devoted scholars of high integrity) have been documenting in book after book ever since 2001. What may be more distressing than the apparent cover up is the eerie silence of the mainstream media, unwilling to acknowledge the well-evidenced doubts about the official version of the events: an al Qaeda operation with no foreknowledge by government officials. Is this silence a manifestation of fear or cooption, or part of an equally disturbing filter of self-censorship? Whatever it is, the result is the withering away of a participatory citizenry and the erosion of legitimate constitutional government. The forms persist, but the content is missing. …