Posted September 20, 2018 10:19:29A new book by a former diplomat and ambassador to the United Kingdom will give a more detailed account of how some countries treat cultural artifacts in a way that, to some extent, might be considered disrespectful to the cultural heritage of others.
The book, Cultural Sensitivity: How to Be a More Erotic, Empathetic, and Creative Citizen, is written by the former British ambassador to Israel, John Fennelly.
In it, Fennetta, who has worked on several high-profile issues in Israel, describes how the country treats cultural objects that are found in its public spaces.
“There are a lot of museums, there are a few museums that are located in areas where Jews have a history and a lot more where it’s not so much about that history, but rather about the way it is represented in the public space,” he said in a recent interview.
Fennarty also writes about how, when it comes to Israel’s cultural heritage, the country has developed a culture of secrecy, and he hopes it will inspire others to do the same.
“I think it’s the best book we could ever write on the subject,” Fennery said.
“I think there’s a real sense that there is something missing, that we haven’t had a conversation about this.”
The book is the latest in a series by Fenneny, a former ambassador to Germany, and the founder of the Israeli Cultural Council, a nonprofit organization that promotes the Israeli heritage and culture in the country.
He is the author of many books on issues such as the state of Israel, Israeli politics, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and Israel’s relationship with the U.S. and its allies.
Fence between Israel and the world of Western culture is particularly tight, he said.
Fenian is a longtime critic of Israel’s policy toward cultural artifacts.
He also criticized the way in which Israel treats the archaeological sites that the country finds in its possession.
“Israel is like a thief, stealing from the Palestinians, stealing all of the artifacts,” he told Al Jazeera.
“And they take them and they put them on the street.
It’s not the same.”
Fennette has written several books about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, including a 2016 book that was widely criticized for portraying Israel’s occupation of the West Bank as a humanitarian act.
Fearing an Israeli boycott, Israel in recent years has closed the sites of some archaeological sites to prevent Israeli archaeologists from digging, Fenicys book says.
Ferenies book also criticizes the way Israel has handled the destruction of archaeological sites in the West bank and Gaza, which he says have become “pests for Israeli settlers”.
“Israel has destroyed over 30,000 archaeological sites since the establishment of the state, and over 70% of the Palestinian archaeological sites,” he writes in the book.
“The Palestinian people have suffered so much for over three hundred years.
I think that there should be a cultural boycott, and that it should not be a secret to Israel.”
Ferenys book was a response to a long list of high-level recommendations from a U.N. report that called for Israel to be more transparent about the fate of its archaeological sites, and to stop using its own antiquities for purposes other than preserving and protecting them.
Fefnelly, a prominent cultural critic and former Israeli diplomat, said he believes that Israel is the only country in the world that has not yet committed to this.
“It’s very difficult to get rid of all of these artifacts,” Ferenish said.
He added that Israel should not simply ignore the recommendations.
“For Israel, this is a political issue, and for the Israelis, this has become a very personal issue,” Fefin said.
The U.K. and other Western nations are still grappling with the legacy of World War II, when Britain and the United States occupied the West and annexed parts of the Jewish state.
Fiddlers book is being published by Simon & Schuster, a division of Penguin Random House, and is available for pre-order.
Fonfynie, who served as Israel’s ambassador to Great Britain, said in an interview that the British government has done a “terrible job” of dealing with the situation, and needs to change.
“They need to do more to bring these issues up to date,” he explained.
Fferny said he has also received a lot support from other former diplomats and ambassadors.
He has met with the Prime Minister of France, the Foreign Secretary of the United Arab Emirates, the European Parliament’s Deputy Head of Mission to Israel and other senior officials.
“A lot of them have been extremely kind and supportive,” he noted.
Ffoerys book is part of a larger series of books that Fennys has written on a variety of issues, including his research on how Israel has treated the Palestinian people.
He said that while the