Dhimmi and Rosalynn Carter with future Jihad Watch Director Robert Spencer, 1984: Mr. Carter, I’ll be glad to advise you on Israel
Kenneth W. Stein has had enough of Dhimmi Carter’s distortions. “Former Aide Parts With Carter Over Book,” by Brenda Goodman and Julie Bosman in the New Duranty Times, aka the New York Times, with thanks to all who sent this in:
ATLANTA, Ga., Dec. 6 “” An adviser to former President Jimmy Carter and onetime executive director of the Carter Center has publicly parted ways with his former boss, citing concerns with the accuracy and integrity of Mr. Carter’s latest book, “Palestine Peace Not Apartheid.”
The adviser, Kenneth W. Stein, a professor of Middle Eastern history and political science at Emory University, resigned his position as a fellow with the Carter Center on Tuesday, ending a 23-year association with the institution.
In a two-page letter explaining his action, Mr. Stein called the book “replete with factual errors, copied materials not cited, superficialities, glaring omissions and simply invented segments.” Mr. Stein said he had used similar language in a private letter he sent to Mr. Carter, but received no reply.
“In the letter to him, I told him, “˜It’s your prerogative to write anything you want when you want,” ” Mr. Stein said in a telephone interview Wednesday. “That’s not why I”m resigning.”