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The real problem with anti-Zionism | Nathaniel Helfgot | The Blogs – The Times of Israel

| March 3, 2021

A heated debate has arisen in the last decade as to whether the contemporary anti-Zionism of progressive groups such as the BDS movement or of ideologues and activists such as Judith Butler or Noam Chomsky or Congresswoman Ilan Ohmar is a modern-day form of anti-Semitism. Arguments about double standards, free speech, the inherent right of every nation on earth to express its self-determination in the form of a state or not, the rhetoric one uses and the bedfellows one keeps, have often risen to the surface. In many ways, this intense debate sets up a false litmus test as to the problem of anti-Zionism

Students seeking to silence critic of Israel hit a wall of opposition – TRT World

| March 3, 2021

Almost 200 academics step forward to defend Professor David Millers academic freedoms after critique of Zionism triggers calls for his sacking. David Miller, a lecturer at the University of Bristol, has been accused of antisemitism after suggesting that Israel wants to "impose its will all over the world," and it's "fundamental to Zionism to encourage Islamophobia and anti-Arab racism." Following Miller's comments, members of the university student club, the 'Jewish Society' started a campaign to get the academic fired, accusing him of antisemitism.

Biden administration needs creativity to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict – Palm Beach Post

| March 3, 2021

Luis Fleischman| Palm Beach Post The Biden Administration will attempt to give new life to the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. The Administration has expressed its desire to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and has reaffirmed the notion that a two-state solution continues to be the best option to fulfill both the aspirations of Zionism (a Jewish and democratic state) andPalestinians (self-determination in their own state)

Zionist is not hate speech, activists say – The Real News Network

| March 3, 2021

A Saturday Night Live joke about Israels vaccine apartheid sparked outrage from some ardent supporters of the Israeli government, but the controversy speaks to larger threats to free speech in the digital age, especially when it comes to criticisms of Zionism. At this very moment, tech giant Facebook is considering whether or not to respond to calls to ban the term Zionist as anti-Semitic hate speech

The ‘Most Brutal Attacks’ on Jews in Europe Driven by Anti-Zionism, Says Algemeiner Editor-in-Chief – Algemeiner

| March 3, 2021

Algemeiner Editor-in-Chief Dovid Efune appears on i24 News.

Jewish Voice for Peace Fights to Preserve Anti-Zionist Hatred Online – Algemeiner

| March 3, 2021

Logos of US government agencies surround a map of Israel in a scene from a video promoting Jewish Voice for Peaces Deadly Exchange campaign, which opposes initiatives that promote joint training programs between American police and Israeli security forces. Photo: YouTube.

Oberlin College’s ‘Professor of Peace urged elimination of Jewish state – The Jerusalem Post

| March 3, 2021

As it works to play down accusations that Oberlin Colleges so-called Professor of Peace, Mohammad Jafar Mahallati, was involved in crimes against humanity, the liberal arts college is now confronted with new allegations of antisemitism as it continues to provide a platform for an academic who has urged the destruction of Israel. The Jerusalem Post can reveal that Mahallati, a professor of Islamic Studies at Oberlin, delivered a speech when he was the Iranian regimes ambassador to the UN in 1988, stating: The establishment of the Zionist entity was itself in violation of provisions of the United Nations Charter. Asaf Romirowsky, the executive director of the over 40,000-member organization Scholars for Peace in the Middle East, told the Post that Oberlin has a long history of hiring individuals who are propagandists and antisemites as we saw with the now dismissed instructor Joy Karega who claimed that Israel was behind 9/11.

The President of Tunisia Slanders the Jews – besacenter.org

| March 3, 2021

President Kais Saed of Tunisia, image via Wikipedia BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 1,947, March 3, 2021 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:The president of Tunisia, disturbed by demonstrations against his countrys economic mismanagement, pulled outthe one card that has always worked for Arab presidents and kings who need to divert attention away from their own failures: blame the Jews.

Catering company accused of anti-Zionist posts back in court in April – Toronto Sun

| March 3, 2021

Breadcrumb Trail Links Kimberley Hawkins, owner-operator of Foodbenders, was represented by lawyer Stephen Ellis, who has the matter put over two months Author of the article: Publishing date: The owner of a Bloor St.

Facebook warned against making Zionism protected category 8min – PRESSTV

| February 26, 2021

Bianca RahimiPress TV, London Activists and human rights organizations like the Palestinian Solidarity Campaign are raising the alarmamid fears that Facebook will make Zionism a de facto protected category. Already, an army of trolls and numerous algorithms are busy removing pro-Palestinian posts on Facebook.


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