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"This new book describes Israeli attitudes toward the phenomenon of genocide in general, including Biafra, Tibet, the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. Taken together with [Auron's] earlier book, The Banality of Indifference, both works offer an opportunity to explore a subject of great contemporary relevance."
—The Armenian Weekly
"Auron has written a well-informed, very enlightening, and courageous bookà. Chapters on how Israeli media, high school and university education, and research treat--or decline to discuss--the Armenian genocide are exemplary. Because the study of genocides and related violationsàis an increasingly important part of high school and university curricula, this is a timely and indispensable book."
"The Banality of Indifference and The Banality of Denial are groundbreaking works of scholarship and will soon become essential reading for students in a wide range of fields, including global politics, genocide studies, Zionism, and international ethics."
—Middle East Journal