Monday, April 06, 2009


According to Wikipedia:
Antony Loewenstein is a Jewish-Australian political activist, atheist, Sydney-based freelance journalist, author and blogger.

Loewenstein has written for The Guardian, Haaretz, The Washington Post, Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Sydney's Sun-Herald, The Bulletin, ZNet, The Big Issue, Crikey, CounterPunch and others. He writes a regular column for online magazine and is a board member of Macquarie University’s Centre for Middle East and North African Studies. He appears regularly on radio, in public and at universities discussing current affairs and politics.
He's also written two books, one a best-seller.

The guy's drawing power is phenomenal with "at least 120 people packed into the lecture theatre " at Melbourne University to hear a Palestine Solidarity Week lecture. His blog is equally unpopular.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Loweee needs a career path so he has an idea of where he's going. My bet is in a few years he'll still be addressing the same small, tired groups of Uni career students. His books will still be selling 10 copies a year and the SMH and the ABC will continue to support him. Sadly, I predict Pilger and Fisk will have moved on claiming mentorship of more exciting young prospects who will attract more credit to their associations. Mehaul.

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