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    • AlexN
    • 29.05.05 | 00:20 (IDT)

    Tell me Dutch, What do you mean by saying "Zionist lobbyists threatened to bring lawsuits against AUT"? Do you mean the lawsuit that was brought by Haifa University for defamation? But AUT did defame Haifa University by claiming patent lies in their resolution. Or you think they were telling the truth when they said that Haifa U. was about to fire Illan Pappe? Next, what do you mean by "cutting American contract of AUT"? AUT does not have an American contract. AUT members have multiple prefessional contacts in America, that's true. And their contacts, not some mythical Zionist lobbyists, threatened to cut relations with any member of AUT if their organization stuck to its blatantly antisemitic decisions. AUT members had two ways out from the hole their representatives painted them: to rescind the AUT decision or to quit this organization. They chose to rescind the decision. It was an easy choice because the absolute majority of regular AUT members were against these resolutions to begin with. They have healthy aversion to dialectic materialism and historical determinism. Most normal people do. Try to develop some.

    from the article: Think before you sing `Hatikva'
    First published 00:00 27.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 27.05.05
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