|" : 315 Moreover, in the Afterword to the 1995 edition of the book, Said replied to Lewis's criticisms of the first edition of Orientalism 1978||The administrative domains of the Palestinian Authority red In 1995, in response to Said's political criticisms, the PA banned the sale of Said's books; however, the PA lifted the book ban when Said publicly praised Yasir Arafat for rejecting Prime Minister 's offers at the 2000 in the U|
|In The Impact of "Biblical Orientalism" in Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Palestine 2014 , the historian , presented the concept of "Biblical Orientalism" with an historical analysis of the simplifications of the complex, local Palestinian reality, which occurred from the 1830s until the early 20th century||Hughes, Robert 21 June 1993|
Simon Springer, "Culture of Violence or Violent Orientalism? Moreover, the history of European colonial rule and political domination of Asian civilizations distorts the writing of even the most knowledgeable, well-meaning, and culturally sympathetic Orientalist.
|Newman's Unquiet Grave: The Reluctant Saint||In such imperial circumstances, the Orientalist scholars of the West wrote the history of the Orient—and so constructed the modern, cultural identities of Asia—from the perspective that the West is the cultural standard to emulate, the norm from which the "exotic and inscrutable" Orientals deviate|
|Besides managing the West—Eastern Divan Orchestra, the Barenboim—Said Foundation assists with the administration of the Academy of Orchestral Studies, the Musical Education in Palestine Project, and the Early Childhood Musical Education Project, in Seville||In Beginnings: Intention and Method 1974 , Said analyzed the theoretical bases of literary criticism by drawing on the insights of , , , , , , and|
In the mid-1990s, Said wrote the foreword to the history book 1994 , by , about Jewish fundamentalism, which presents the cultural proposition that Israel's mistreatment of the Palestinians is rooted in a requirement of permission for Jews to commit crimes, including murder, against Gentiles non-Jews.14