'I am ashamed that I saw injustice and never did anything about it,' Reinhold Hanning tells German courtroom.01:17 30.04.16 | 1 comments
Many comments mis-state information in the article. It doesn't claim that more than half of the AAUP professors deny the holocaust. It claims that fewer than half are known to have openly opposed an academic boycott of Israel. The smear-by-association of this group in having culled an article from a magazine that has run articles that deny the holocaust - and then dropped the article and apologized for having been made out to be associated with the magazine. By the way, is the subject matter of the article accurate? More importantly, is it relevant to current issues of Zionism? Israel needs a constitution that acknowledges and guarantees equal rights under the law for all regardless of ethnicity or religion. Israel needs to become a genuine democracy instead of a faux democracy that uses force and the government to stack the demographics deck. Turning Jabotinsky's Iron Wall into a medieval masonry wall to cordon off an elitist colony is not a robust model for any country.