Denying Holocaust Denial, by Thomas Dalton – The Unz Review

| June 10, 2022

On April 8, it was announced that Canada would soon be joining an illustrious club: the enlightened nations of the world that have elected to ban so-called Holocaust denial. Depending on how one interprets the law, there are currently 18 nations that either explicitly ban Holocaust denial (including Germany, Austria, France, Israel, Italy, Poland, Hungary, and Russia) or generically ban denial of genocide (Switzerland and Lichtenstein). Canada would then be the nineteenth nation in this honor roll of obsequiousness.

MARCEAU: Holocaust denial should be outlawed in Canada

| June 10, 2022

Breadcrumb Trail Links Publishing date: The federal government has taken a stand against antisemitism in Canada by tabling new legislation criminalizing Holocaust denial as part of C-19, the Budget Implementation Act. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.

100 years ago this month: When Congress embraced Zionismunanimously – JNS.org

| June 10, 2022

(June 9, 2022 / Jewish Journal) One hundred years ago this week, Congress unanimously embraced Zionism. The story of how that came about involves some surprising twists and turns, and a stormy debate about Jews and Arabs that could have been taken straight out of todays headlines. In the spring of 1922, the League of Nationsthe forerunner of the United Nationswas weighing Great Britains request to be granted the mandate over Palestine.

The Soviet origins of left-wing anti-Zionism – JNS.org

| June 10, 2022

(June 8, 2022 / JNS) Kennan Institute scholar Izabella Tabarovsky wrote in a 2019 essay for Fathom that the Soviet Unions campaign against Zionism and Jews succeeded at emptying Zionism of its meaning as a national liberation movement of the Jewish people and associating it instead with racism, fascism, Nazism, genocide, imperialism, colonialism, militarism and apartheid. Not surprisingly, students on college and university campuses across the United States often hear similar if not identical rhetoric from anti-Zionist groups like Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), Solidary for Palestinian Human Rights (SPHR) and Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP). The Soviets decades-long anti-Semitic and anti-Zionist campaign was multi-faceted and not limited to statements from the Soviet government itself

Israel’s Destruction Is Championed at the University of Chicago – Algemeiner

| June 10, 2022

In March, I detailed Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP)s campaign against academic freedom at the University of Chicago. Since then, the situation has only deteriorated