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Dr. Sergio Itzhak Minerbi served as Ambassador of Israel to the Ivory Coast and to the EEC, Belgium and Luxembourg. He served as Senior Lecturer at the Institute for Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and Visiting Professor at the Haifa University. He is the author of The Eichmann Trial Diary, New York: Enigma Books, 2011. He has also published The Vatican and Zionism (Oxford University Press, 1990).

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In more recent years, Arendt has received further criticism from authors Bettina Stangneth and Deborah Lipstadt . Stangneth argues in her work, Eichmann Before Jerusalem , that Eichmann was, in fact, an insidious antisemite. [25] She utilized the Sassen Papers and accounts of Eichmann while in Argentina to prove that he was proud of his position as a powerful Nazi and the murders that this allowed him to commit. While she acknowledges that the Sassen Papers were not disclosed in the lifetime of Arendt, she argues that the evidence was there at the trial to prove that Eichmann was an antisemitic murderer and that Arendt simply ignored this. [26] Deborah Lipstadt contends in her work, The Eichmann Trial , that Arendt was distracted by her own views of totalitarianism to objectively judge Eichmann. [22] She refers to Arendt's own work on totalitarianism, The Origins of Totalitarianism , as a basis for Arendt's seeking to validate her own work by using Eichmann as an example. [22] Lipstadt further contends that Arendt "wanted the trial to explicate how these societies succeeded in getting others to do their atrocious biddings" and so framed her analysis in a way which would agree with this pursuit. [22] These authors have continued the modern day notions that Arendt was wrong and irresponsible in her application of the banality of evil to Adolf Eichmann.

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Dr. Sergio Itzhak Minerbi served as Ambassador of Israel to the Ivory Coast and to the EEC, Belgium and Luxembourg. He served as Senior Lecturer at the Institute for Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and Visiting Professor at the Haifa University. He is the author of The Eichmann Trial Diary, New York: Enigma Books, 2011. He has also published The Vatican and Zionism (Oxford University Press, 1990).

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In more recent years, Arendt has received further criticism from authors Bettina Stangneth and Deborah Lipstadt . Stangneth argues in her work, Eichmann Before Jerusalem , that Eichmann was, in fact, an insidious antisemite. [25] She utilized the Sassen Papers and accounts of Eichmann while in Argentina to prove that he was proud of his position as a powerful Nazi and the murders that this allowed him to commit. While she acknowledges that the Sassen Papers were not disclosed in the lifetime of Arendt, she argues that the evidence was there at the trial to prove that Eichmann was an antisemitic murderer and that Arendt simply ignored this. [26] Deborah Lipstadt contends in her work, The Eichmann Trial , that Arendt was distracted by her own views of totalitarianism to objectively judge Eichmann. [22] She refers to Arendt's own work on totalitarianism, The Origins of Totalitarianism , as a basis for Arendt's seeking to validate her own work by using Eichmann as an example. [22] Lipstadt further contends that Arendt "wanted the trial to explicate how these societies succeeded in getting others to do their atrocious biddings" and so framed her analysis in a way which would agree with this pursuit. [22] These authors have continued the modern day notions that Arendt was wrong and irresponsible in her application of the banality of evil to Adolf Eichmann.

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