Oct 4, 2011

New Book, endorsements, concerts and talks



The Wandering Who is Out This Week



"Gilad Atzmon decided to open Pandora's Box, and ignite a debate that has been frustratingly dormant for too long. His experiences are most authentic, views are hard-hitting, and, at times, provocative. It must be read and discussed."  Ramzy Baroud,  Palestine Chronicle


"A transformative story told with unflinching integrity that all (especially Jews) who care about real peace, as well as their own identity, should not only read, but reflect upon and discuss widely." Professor Richard Falk


"Essential to an understanding of Jewish identity politics and the role they play on the world stage." Professor John J. Mearsheimer 


"Atzmon's insight into the organism created by the Zionist movement is explosive." Professor William A. Cook


"A pioneering work that deserves to be read and Gilad Atzmon is brave to write this book!" Dr. Samir Abed-Rabbo


"Gilad's escape from spiritual claustrophobia towards a free and open humanitarianism is fearless" Robert Wyatt


"In his inimitable deadpan style, Atzmon identifies the abscess in the Jewish wisdom tooth – exilic tribalism – and pulls it out. Ouch!" Eric Walberg, Al Aharam Weekly


"It is more than an academic exercise. It is a revelation!" Lauren Booth, Press TV


"A brilliant analysis that makes what appear to be contradictions in Jewish identity based political behavior not only comprehensible but predictable." Jeff Blankfort


 "Atzmon has the courage - so profoundly lacking among Western intellectuals" Professor James Petras


"Having known Gilad for 25 years, I read the book in English, I heard it in Hebrew and reflected on it in Arabic. Gilad Atzmon is astonishingly courageous" Dr. Makram Khoury-Machool


"Gilad Atzmon is someone who encompasses what it means to be an intellectual." Kim Petersen, Dissident Voice


"Gilad Atzmon is the Moses of our time, calling all of us out of the Egypt of our boneheaded nationalisms and racialisms and exceptionalisms and chosen-people-isms toward some form of humanistic universalism."  Dr. Kevin Barrett


 "Perhaps only a musician could have written this sensitive, perceptive lament over how so many Jews, believing themselves to be doing 'what is good for the Jews,' have managed to carve the heart out of the Palestinian nation and make this tragedy look like the natural order of things." Kathleen  Christison

"Gilad's The Wandering Who? would have been a welcome delight to Albert Einstein just as it will be the irritating nemesis for Abe Foxman ideologues." Dr. Paul Balles 


"A book that will shake up a few people…." Gordon Duff


"Engaging, provocative and persuasive.' Jeff Gates


"When you finish reading this book, you may likely as well see a different face in the mirror." Professor Garrison Fewell


 "The Wandering Who deconstructs the unique political identity that shapes the reality of the Jewish Nation and the crimes committed in its name. As a non-Jew, I found it illuminating!" Sameh Habeeb, Palestine Telegraph


"The Last Jewish Prophet"  Professor William T. Hathaway

"Atzmon is an iconoclast." Dr.  Paul Larudee


"Like all truth tellers of any merit Atzmon can expect the wrath of the powers that be and their minions as a reward for what he is exposing.   People like Atzmon will have played a vital role in saving us from ourselves if indeed we do manage to survive.  Love and respect to my brother Gilad Atzmon." Ken O'Keefe


"The magical and yet extremely subtle gift that Gilad Atzmon offers through his personal journeys in The Wandering Who? is the wisdom of disillusionment." Shahram Vahdany, MWC News


 "Atzmon's writing respects no sacred cows. His wit is biting, his insight and logic compelling." Richard A. Siegel


"Sometimes a brash, abrasive provocateur is what is required as a catalyst for genuine debate." Sunny Singh


"This is a very perceptive and instructive book" Roy Ratcliffe


You can now order Gilad Atzmon's New Book on  or



A new video  about the book and beyond:


 You can now order the book on  or





Live Concerts and talks




10 Book Launch:  A Panel Discussion on 'Jewish Identity Politics'

7:30 pm, Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA


12  Gilad Atzmon & The OHE, Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple


13  The Road to Bop* / Gilad Atzmon & The OHE, Leeds Seven  Arts,


14 The Road to Bop* / Gilad Atzmon & The OHE  @ The Millennium Hall/ Polish Catholic Centre, Sheffeild


16 Gilad Atzmon, The Bell, Market Hill, Clare, Suffolk


17 With Nick Hill, The Bedford Arms, Bedford


18 The Road to Bop* /  A talk and a Concert, Unit 7 Fairfax House, Myatts Fields South, London SW9 7JR


19 Gilad Atzmon and the OHE + workshop, No.1 Shakespeare Street,  Stratford Upon Avon


20 The Road to Bop* / Gilad Atzmon & the OHE Chapel Art Centre Bath


21 The Road to Bop* /Gilad Atzmon with  Alan Barns,  Coljazz RAFA, Rochester


22  The Road to Bop* / Gilad Atzmon & The OHE Hideaway, London


23 The Road to Bop* / Gilad Atzmon & The OHE, Calstock, Devon 


24 Gilad Atzmon @ David's Bookshop, Letchworth


25 The Road to Bop* / Gilad Atzmon with Frank Harrison  @ Albion Beatnik Book Shop, Oxford


28 Gilad Atzmon & The OHE, Bimhuis, Amsterdam, Holland


29 Gilad Atzmon & The OHE, Umea Festival, Sweden


 31 Gilad Atzmon & The OHE, Trondheim, Norway



1 Gilad Atzmon & The OHE, Trondheim, Norway


*The Road To Bop- Ahead of his concert, Gilad will give a talk about his first encounter with Jazz music and its impact on his ethical and philosophical stand. The talk will explore different aspects of music and their direct link with Gilad's views on morality.

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