“International Law & the State of Israel: Legitimacy, Responsibility and Exceptionalism” is little more than the recycling of aged terrorist conflict-propaganda in an academic setting.
Antisemitism is bad for Jews, obviously, but it is also bad for antisemites. It renders them stupid, impotent and unable to overcome their real problems. Arguing that Muslims working to reduce anti-Muslim hatred should not cooperate with Jews who have experience in tackling antisemitism is a perfect example.
(See updates to this post below) A University of Southampton conference designed for the sole purpose of providing activists academic assistance in the political fight to de-legitimize Israel has been cancelled, based on […]
This is a cross-post from The Warped Mirror by Petra Marquardt-Bigman In an article on “Europe’s New Anti-Semitism,” Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks argued a few years ago that it was important to […]