...That this conference is illegtimate, at York University, Toronto for example, by the fact that it seeks to prove a one sided argument, while forbading other opposing views and thoughts to be heard. I agree, many pro Israel supporters often shoot the messenger, but the question my friend. What options exist, when there is a hate filled conference that purposely doesn't allow another side to be heard. One that is on a topic of high dispute? What other recourse is there, after exhausting a peaceful one of trying tobe included and argue an opposing view, what other recourse is there but to state having been denied a legitimate voice, that if the conference wishes to silent this voice, that is it illegitimate? It's like Carter's book all over again, he puts an inciteful title for the purpose, as he states, to stimulate debate yet refuses to ever debate it, it deligitimizes, aside from his factual errors, his work. Disagree, please do, but explain why, see the difference?
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