Paul Berman

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Paul Berman is a prominent liberal hawk and a Zionist activist. He is best known for his book Terrorism and Liberalism in which he equates Islamism with Fascism. He was a prominent defender of Israel's Cast Lead operation which killed more than 1,400 Gazans.[1]

Paul Berman is a writer on politics and literature whose articles and reviews have appeared in The New York Times, the New Republic (where he is a contributing editor), the New Yorker, Slate, the Village Voice, Dissent, and various other American, European and Latin American journals. He has reported at length from Europe and Latin America. He has written or edited eight books, including, most recently, Power and the Idealists: Or, the Passion of Joschka Fischer and Its Aftermath, with a new preface by Richard Holbrooke for the 2007 paperback edition; Carl Sandburg: Selected Poems, edited with an introduction, published in 2006 by the American Poets Project of the Library of America; and Terror and Liberalism, a New York Times best-seller in 2003. [2]



  1. Michelle Sieff, Gaza and After: An Interview with Paul Berman, Z Word, March 2009
  2. Journalism at NYU - Faculty - Paul Berman, accessed 16 April 2007.