2019-2020 King’s College London CAMERA Fellow Esther Walker

The literary work of Ghassan Kanafani is lauded by various anti-Israel activists and was recently praised by the King’s College London Action Palestine (KCLAP) society, who published a celebrated commentary on Kanafani by Lebanese public intellectual Elias Khoury, close to the anniversary of the former’s birth. Khoury himself has been accused of “Holocaust inversion” and historical negationism in his novel Children of the Ghetto: My Name Is Adam, which addresses an antisemitic canard about a massacre in Lydda (modern-day Lod) which some claim never happened.

Click here to read the full article in The Times of Israel.

Contributed by 2019-2020 King’s College London CAMERA Fellow Esther Walker.

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