In early March Harvard University will be hosting the One State Conference, organised by my co-editor Ahmed Moor on our forthcoming book After Zionism, that aims to bring true justice to the Israel/Palestine conflict. Equal rights for all citizens.
Unsurprisingly, Zionist fanatics aren’t too fond of such ideas, rather enjoying living in an American-protected bubble. The Jerusalem Post’s Caroline Glick, in typically hysterical style, claims the event is genocidal. Yes, talking about ending an occupation of Palestinians is akin to Nazism. Thanks Caroline:
This morning I received an e-mail alert from CAMERA that my alma mater, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government is hosting a two-day conference which essentially begins with the proposition that Israel has no right to exist. This isn’t surprising. After all, the Kennedy School is home to my old professor Steve Walt. No one there batted a lash when he co-published his updated version of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion with University of Chicago’s John Mearshimer.Not only did Walt suffer no recrimination from his colleagues at Harvard when he first emerged a professional Jew basher. He suffered no recrimination when he used the controversy surrounding his book into a means of transforming himself into a celebrity Israel basher.As I wrote in my recent column about mainstreaming Jew hatred, Walt and Mearshimer’s book has enabled anti-Semites to emerge from under the rocks where they had been hiding and proudly announce that it is reasonable to discriminate against the Jewish people and side either actively or passively with those like the Iranian regime and the Sunni jihadists from Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood who openly call for the annihilation of the Jewish state and the Jewish people.…
For me, the message is clear enough, as a Jew, a Jewish mother and a person who clings to my freedom, guns and religion, my job is to do everything I can to ensure that Israel remains strong and gets stronger so that today’s corrupted elites can’t touch us.