Revised Edition | Unveiling Tyranny: The Genocide In Gaza & False Zionist Narratives On Palestine

About the book

Many media outlets and commentators simply recite unestablished claims and provide a misleading picture concerning the present tragedy in Gaza, and misrepresent the Palestinian struggle for liberation. Unveiling Tyranny responds to this misinformation and speculation by providing an accurate, moral and intelligent contribution.

This book addresses false narratives and squarely bases itself on the hard facts. It logically weaves together a coherent narrative and refers to the background drivers and antecedents of the Palestinian crisis. Notwithstanding, its arguments are universal and not just restricted to contemporary Zionist brutality.

This book exposes Zionist Israel’s tyranny, apartheid and genocidal intent, and responds to popular and academic objections. After reading this book, readers will develop a sound and contextually-sensitive understanding of the decades-long injustices being meted against the Palestinians and why their emancipation is a burning necessity.

With this revised edition significant updates have been made to the chapter on genocide. Throughout the book relevant updates have been made to reflect the ongoing tyranny.

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About the authors

Hamza Tzortzis is the founder and CEO of Sapience Institute. He is the author of the best-selling book, “The Divine Reality: God, Islam and The Mirage of Atheism”, which has been translated into over 10 languages. He has an MRes, MA and a PgCert in Philosophy from the University of London. He is currently pursuing his PhD on the Qur’ān and its verses pertaining to nature. Hamza converted to Islam in 2002 and has studied Islamic Thought and Theology under qualified scholars.

Massoud Vahedi is an academic and researcher based in Toronto, Canada. His background predominantly centres around political science and ethics, but he also holds a keen interest in the Islamic sciences as well, such as Islamic law and the hadith sciences. In the latter fields, he has succesfully published articles in academic journals. He is Head Editor at Wordsmiths, an Islamic editing and translation company.


1st Print / PDF Errata

Page 1: Remove "After completing this section, the reader will have the baseline degree of information required to appreciate the vital theoretical arguments found in Section Two."

Page 8: "the oppressor as the oppressor" should be "the oppressor as the oppressed".

Page 46: "can be disturbing" should be "can be disturbingly".

Page 74: "as fire as" should be "as far as".

Page 99: "October 6" should be "October 7".

Page 116: "uttered" should be "utterly".