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Fiamma Nirenstein is an Italian journalist born in Florence, Italy and based in Jerusalem. She graduated in modern history and writes predominantly on Israel and the Arab-Israeli conflict, but also on European history, the Holocaust anti-Semitism and monotheism. She is considered an expert on terrorism and the Middle East, and her work has been praised by Amos Oz and A. B. Yehoshua, among others. She has written for Commentary, La Stampa and Panorama.

Books by Fiamma Nirenstein[edit]

Israele Siamo Noi (2007) On the State of Israel as archetype for a liberal democracy at war with terror.

Le Sabbie di Gaza (2006) On the Israeli disengagement from Gaza.

Gli Antisemiti Progressisti (2004) A look at the "new Anti-Semitism".


1. Biography of Fiamma Nirenstein (Italian)[1]

2. Article from New York Sun Jan. 11, 2005 [2] New York Sun