Antisemitism in Ireland - the report

Antisemitism in Ireland – an exclusive report on anti-Jewish hatred

Today I publish a 202-page report on antisemitism in Ireland. It is the result of several years of intense research that involved 1000s of hours of online swimming in extremist sewers. The examples and findings presented in the report should sicken anyone interested in combatting antisemitism. What makes it even worse is the level of ‘antisemitism denial’ coming from the Irish politicians, academics and activists. … Continue reading Antisemitism in Ireland – an exclusive report on anti-Jewish hatred

relentless - weekend at David's

Weekend at David’s. Relentless attacks – on Jews, Zionism and Israel

The current attacks on Jewish people, Zionism and Israel are relentless. Zoom provides a cheap and easy option to hold an endless stream of events and anti-Israel activists are making the most of it. This is the story of my weekend: Weekend – Friday night starter On Friday night, just before I sat down to eat dinner and welcome the Shabbat with my family, I … Continue reading Weekend at David’s. Relentless attacks – on Jews, Zionism and Israel

David Miller

David Miller’s antisemitism – Bristol University shares the blame

David Miller must live in a dark world and his recent comments about Zionism and the Bristol University Jewish Society were outrageous. But none of this is new. Miller has been dripping this type of poison for well over a decade. Given his history, the University of Bristol must take responsibility for having given him a role in the first place. David Miller Before David … Continue reading David Miller’s antisemitism – Bristol University shares the blame

The Guardian

The Guardian – lost between antisemites and oblivion

The Guardian newspaper is on a mission. Over the last few days, it has published several ‘Jew-hostile’ news and opinion pieces. For example, two that attempted to discredit the EHRC (the statutory body that conducted the investigation into Labour’s antisemitism), and two more that set out to undermine the IHRA definition of antisemitism. The David Feldman piece The criticism of the IHRA definition of antisemitism … Continue reading The Guardian – lost between antisemites and oblivion

Hate against Jewish people. A poison that spreads unnoticed

I had a difficult day on Tuesday. One of those days were I see the poison spread on London’s streets. I was at the Corbyn antisemitism demo /counter demo, that took place as the NEC discussed the adoption of the IHRA definition. There are plenty of political commentaries on the event (1,2,3,4) and I have never been one just to parrot what is said elsewhere. … Continue reading Hate against Jewish people. A poison that spreads unnoticed

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Stephen Sedley, FSOI and the PSC, getting antisemitism all mixed up

As I researched for an article about the demonstration and counter demonstration at SOAS on 27 April, I came across an essay on antisemitism by Stephen Sedley. Sedley is a former appeal court judge and the essay was just published in the London Review of Books. The essay dealt critically with the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance¬†(IHRA) definition of antisemitism. The building block for the IHRA … Continue reading Stephen Sedley, FSOI and the PSC, getting antisemitism all mixed up