The Jerusalem declaration on antisemitism harmful to Jews

The Jerusalem Declaration on Antisemitism – harmful to Jews

In reality, all this definition does is allow antisemites to get away with abusing Jews. Recently a definition of antisemitism called the Jerusalem Declaration on Antisemitism was published. It presents itself as an alternative to the internationally accepted IHRA definition. The birth of the Jerusalem Declaration The seeds of the Jerusalem Declaration were planted in London and Germany. In the UK, there was the government-encouraged … Continue reading The Jerusalem Declaration on Antisemitism – harmful to Jews

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Cork, Ireland. Politely wishing the Jews to a nasty death

Today I am in Cork, Southern Ireland. This is a story that began two years ago, with a failed attempt by a twisted ¬†academic at Southampton, to place a fake academic veneer on part of the delegitimise Israel campaign. Those that suggest this is not true are simply not listening to the organisers, the speakers or even the delegates. ¬†Activism as a central theme was … Continue reading Cork, Ireland. Politely wishing the Jews to a nasty death

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A sickness at the heart of Academia, blindness at the LSE

20th March 2017. The London School of Economics (LSE) in Holborn. I am at a book launch for Richard Falk’s latest collection of essays titled ‘Palestine’s Horizon’. Falk has been invited to the LSE as part of a larger promotional tour of the UK. Last week he was in Scotland. Today sees two events, at the LSE and the P21 Gallery in Euston. On Wednesday … Continue reading A sickness at the heart of Academia, blindness at the LSE