9/11 Truth and the Sound of Silence in Academia: “Critical Perspectives on 9/11 are Systematically Excluded from Universities.”
Independent German financial journalist Lars Schall talked with Adnan Zuberi, the director / producer of the documentary movie “9-11 in the Academic Community.“ Zuberi says: “Critical perspectives on 9-11 are systematically excluded from universities.”
I hope that this material will be made available to the wider international academic community in order to foster a wider, fact-based discussion among researchers and students alike.
Professor of Physics at Salzburg University
Former Co-Director of the NATO ARW on Catastrophic Terrorism
Past Chairman, US/German Transatlantic Expert Group on Terrorism
This documentary confronts the academy’s uncritical response to the defining event of our times. It is an essential viewing for everyone in academe.
Professor of Public Administration and Policy at Florida State University
Former President of the Florida Political Science Association
Academic freedom protects scholars who report inconvenient truths from the uninformed, but, as Adnan Zuberi reminds us, academic freedom is also the responsibility of scholars to pursue the truth.
Dr. Roger W. Bowen
Served as General Secretary of the American Association of University Professors,
Professor of Political Science and President of the State University of New York.
“9-11 in the Academic Community”, awarded for “Documentary Achievement” at the University of Toronto Film Festival, can be ordered through its website.
“9-11 in the Academic Community” takes a critical look at the academic community’s treatment of critical perspectives on 9-11 by exploring the taboo that shields the American government’s narrative from scholarly examination. Its director / producer Adnan Zuberi is 26 years old and graduated from the University of Toronto and the University of Waterloo (theoretical physics). He lives as an independent filmmaker in Toronto, Canada.
Preview: 9/11 in the Academic Community
Read the entire transcript HERE
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