Sunday, 21 February 2016

By Michael Pinto-Duschinsky 
Two people who have some of the closest connections with hundreds of Jewish students in Oxford assured me that the press has blown up reports of anti-semitism out of proportion. They are aware of a single unpleasant case that led to disciplinary action to protect a female student. Moreover, Jewish students have not made it known they feel harassed or intimidated. No doubt other examples will emerge from the current inquiries. Whether they will show a widespread, deep problem is far from certain. 
...a subsidiary but relevant factor has been the perhaps unwise tactics of Zionist hardliners and the current Israeli government to confront anti-Israeli campus campaigns in general and pro-BDS (boycott, disinvestment, sanctions) events such as IAW in particular. A California-based organisation, StandWithUs, has trained and financed activists to combat anti-Israeli activities on US campuses and to characterise them as inherently anti-semitic. It appointed an Oxford student as its UK campus director. Israeli students at Oxford condemned its position as too hawkish and disputed the role of the US donor body. The fallout led to the closure of the Oxford University Israel Society.
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6 comments:

  1. The British Government headed by Cameron (whose Jewish grandfather and Jewish great-grandfather secured loans to assist Japan to wage war against Christian country of Russia in 1905)is using the Boycott 'movement' as a red herring, an excuse to implement legislation which will make "anti-semitism" a crime. When the Jewish Bolshevik Revolution took place in Russia in 1917, the Jewish Communist leadership (85% of the leadership were Jewish and 67% of the Cheka/NKVD were Jewish) passed two laws, one forbidding the private ownership of weapons by Russians and the criminalisation of 'anti-semitism'. The British have already had their weapons taken from them decades ago by deliberate manipulating of the public re an atrocity re small schoolchildren, the country has seen a deliberate infiltration of an alien ideology and its adherents assisted by successive British governments, and now this proposed legislation will solder the chains on them.

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    1. Hi, I would love to find out more about British issues, such as the confiscation of weapons etc. Do you have any links or reputable sources I can read so I can get a better grasp of the issue? Cheers

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  2. In response to the above request by Anonymous at 23:04, I put up links to legitimate sites (including US Library of Congress's own documentation of British Laws regarding firearms and restrictions on their ownership). What happened to my comment CZ?

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    1. I didn't see your comment and I haven't deleted any comment. I think you must have made some mistake entering it or there was some internet problem.

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    2. https://www.doc.gov/law/help/firearms-control/greatbritain.php

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    3. http://www.ncc-1776.org/tle2010/tle558-20100221-07.html

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