Tag: Anti-Israel Bias

Should funding to UNRWA be made conditional upon ending incitement?

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A new comprehensive study by the Center for Near East Policy Research and the Israel Resource News Agency, commissioned by the Simon Wiesenthal Center, highlights that there is an unprecedented level of incitement to terror in new Palestinian Authority school books used in UNRWA schools. How should the sixty-eight UNRWA donors react? The Center for […]

Deconstructing the De-legitimization of Israel: A Sociological Perspective

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The new antisemitism is no doubt subtler and more hegemonic than ever before. It is not founded on direct delirious antisemitic attacks, but on intellectual constructions. Its agents are neither violent para-military groups nor monstrous like skin-heads or white supremacists. The target is not Jews per se in the way classic antisemitism has done it. […]

Rotten Christmas Pudding

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French version follows the English. UNSC Resolution 2334 stinks to high heaven but don’t count on me to belabor the obvious: the stab-in-the- back American abstention is confirmation of Obama’s real intentions, and the dastardly resolution won’t help the peace process. Pouah! Old news worn to the bone. 2334 is tailored more like an international […]

Why is Europe turning a blind eye to Islamic occupation?

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In a world beset by terrorism and humanitarian disasters, the international community remains fixated on the State of Israel. The one and only state of the Jewish people, back in their historical homeland, is a beacon of democracy in the Muslim-Arab sphere devoid of human rights, left behind by social and economic progress and subject […]

Colombia Unbecoming: Hate Week Comes to Latin America

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What is known in English as Israel Apartheid Week (IAW) has made it to Colombia in the form of the Semana contra el Apartheid Israelí. The “week” consisted of a 4 hour session on April, Friday 22, at a public university in Bogotá, featuring Palestinian, South African, Brazilian and Colombian speakers, and a 4 hour […]

Israel, Jews and the Left

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       According to a recent New York Times article “protesting Israel has become practically an elective for liberal college students furious about the growth of Israeli settlements in the West Bank, and the ranks of left-wing Jewish groups advocating boycott of Israeli products have swelled.” [1]/        The transformation of the […]

Melanie Phillips, “Islamophobia and Antisemitism: A Dangerous Comparison”

https://isgap.org/media/2016/04/melanie-phillips-islamophobia-and-antisemitism-a-dangerous-comparison/

APRIL 4, 2016 “ISLAMOPHOBIA AND ANTISEMITISM: A DANGEROUS COMPARISON” Melanie Phillips, Journalist, Author, Publisher Location: ISGAP Center, 3rd Floor Time: 6:00 PM Convener: Vivaldi Jean-Marie

Hate Week: Why the “Israeli Apartheid” Canard is Antisemitic

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It’s back. Every year at this time, some extreme anti-Israel activists invoke the worst terms of abuse they can think of to try to stigmatize the Jewish state. Jewish students on college campuses around the world call it “Hate Week”—for good reason. They feel the sting of potent antisemitic imagery on public display, aggressively deployed […]

Israeli Apartheid Week in Britain: Why Students’ Unions Are Acting Unlawfully

https://isgap.org/flashpoint/israeli-apartheid-week-in-britain-why-students-unions-are-acting-unlawfully/

Israeli Apartheid Week sits within a global social movement, the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions or BDS movement, which aims to exclude Israel from the economic, cultural and educational life of the rest of the world. It has been a feature of city and campus life since 2004 when it burst onto the scene with the […]