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Wednesday, July 05, 2006

The 'Enemy Within' attends a conference

Last night, I told you all about the Enemy Within Israel. On Sunday, there was an all-day conference that brought together leading anti-Zionist Jews and Muslims in London. The conference, named 'Against Zionism: Jewish Perspectives' was organized by the Islamic Human Rights Commission.

According to the Socialist Worker Online:
Both religious and secular Jews spoke at the conference. There was round condemnation of Israel’s reoccupation of Gaza.

Dr Uri Davis, an Israeli academic, called it a “horrific crime”. He pointed out that this kind of military operation had been made easier by the removal of the Jewish settlers from Gaza. He argued that Gaza was now the “largest concentration camp in the world”.

Professor Yakov Rabkin, author of A Threat from Within which charts the history of Jewish opposition to Zionism, told Socialist Worker that he was “saddened but not surprised” at the Israeli action in Gaza.

He said, “I despair at the state of Israel. It has overwhelming power over the Palestinians.”

According to YNet, other speakers at the conference included Jeffrey Blankfort, Rabbi Ahron Cohen, Stanley Cohen, Les Levidow, John Rose, Roland Rance, Michael Warschawski and Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss.

The conference was supported by a number of organizations, including: Crescent International, Friends of al-Aqsa, Innovative Minds, Institute of Contemporary Islamic Thought, Islam Channel, Justice for Palestine Committee, Muslim Association of Britain, Muslim Directory, Muslim Weekly, Neturei Karta, Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign and The 1990 Trust.

I just wanted to familiarize you with some of the names involved.


At 6:37 PM, Blogger westbankmama said...

This makes me sick Carl - but I am not surprised.

At 9:22 PM, Blogger Lois Koenig said...

NK? It seems that one of only ones missing is Chumpsky.

The enemy within is a menace.

Londonistan...now officially a part of Eurabia, vying with Paris to be the official capital.


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