At an international conference in London dubbed 'Terrorism: alternative global perspectives', Alan Hart, the author of 'Zionism: The Real Enemy of the Jews' , stated that 'The United States is supporting Israeli-sponsored terrorism in the Middle East'.
In his latest book, Zionism: The Real Enemy of the Jews, Hart expands on how such a collusion is leading to a countdown between civilizations and how it could be prevented. He is a firm believer of the notion that what peace-making needs above all else is some truth, ‘about many things but, especially, the difference between Zionist mythology and real history, and, the difference between Judaism and Zionism and thus why it is perfectly possible to be passionately anti-Zionist without being in any way, shape or form anti-Semitic.’
Hart’s words should be seriously considered by those who would like to get to the truth behind Middle East politics and understand how the US has gradually fallen from grace among the Arab masses, as his words come as no surprise to most of us in the region....
When asked if the Israeli lobby would not seek to discredit him as they had done so with many scholars before him when it came to protecting their interests and preventing the truth from being told, Hart’s answer was: “I have three children and, when the world falls apart, I want to be able to look them in the eye and say, ‘Don’t blame me. I tried.’”
Hell, he says, “is when you know that the end of your life is approaching and that you have not used your talents and resources as well as you could have done to make a difference – i.e. when you realize upon reflection that you have wasted your life. Heaven is contemplation of the approach of death without fear because you know that, on balance, you’ve done your best to make a difference.”