Ilan Pappe, an anti-Zionist alleged historian who's worked at the Exeter university in England, was taken to task
for lectures he's been giving at California universities:
Ilan Pappé, an anti-Zionist Israeli historian and professor at the University of Exeter in England, recently faced criticism for his guest lectures at the California State Universities in Northridge, San Luis Obispo, and Fresno, the Algemeiner reported.
Pappé, an infamous “New Historian,” is a proponent of the belief that Zionism is more perilous to the Middle East than Islamic militancy. He advocates on behalf of the One-State Solution, a policy that would ultimately translate into the end of a Jewish majority in Israel. He frequently argues that the ‘ethnic cleansing; of the ‘Palestinian’ people was an inherent part of the state’s founding and his book entitled,” The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine," endorsed an academic boycott of Israel.
His lectures, two of which were entitled “The False Paradigm of Parity and Partition: Revisiting 1967,” and "Arab Spring and Palestine- Israel 'Peace Process,'” sought to vilify Israel and cast the Jewish state as being solely responsible for the failure of the peace process.
Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, Hebrew lecturer at the University of California at Santa Cruz and co-founder of the AMCHA Initiative, a California- based Zionist organization that seeks to protect the interests of Jewish students said that the event are “essentially state-sponsored anti-Semitism."
Unfortunately, they are, but more precisely, the problem lies in how the universities are allowing vulgarians like him a platform to spew his repellant positions. Another similar case took place at Harvard
, where another repellant professor named Susan Akram of Boston's university basically said that Jewish people don't exist. Universities that allow this kind repulsive blather do not deserve any sensible person's money.
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