Sunday, May 30, 2010
More Leftwing Fascism at Tel Aviv University
1. More leftwing fascism at Tel Aviv University – at the initiative of Hezb'Allah cheerleader Gadi Algazi:
TA University Conference: No Entry for "Settler" Reporters (a settlement is a neighborhood in Jerusalem where the Left does not want any Jews)
by Hillel Fendel
A reporter for Israel's newest radio station, Givat Ze'ev-based Galei Yisrael (Israel Airwaves), was not permitted to enter a Tel Aviv University conference on the "Nakba" – as nationalist Arabs and anti-Israel elements refer to the Arab armies' crushing defeat in Israel's War of Independence.
The event was held last week in TAU, featuring events connected with the Nakba – (Catastrophe, in Arabic). The conference also dealt with the "need" to allow hundreds of thousands of Arabs, or more, to flood Israel under the "right of return."
Galei Yisrael reporter Kobi Tzucker showed up to cover the event, but things did not turn out exactly as he thought. Tzucker said that one of the organizers, History Prof. Gadi Algazi, "saw me enter with a recording device and asked me which media outlet I'm from. I told him Galei Yisrael, and he said, 'the radio from Givat Ze'ev?'"
"I told him that yes, it's in Givat Ze'ev, and then a few students gathered around me, and he said quite insultingly, 'I will not have anyone from the settlements coming here to cover this event.'"
Givat Ze'ev is the fifth-largest Jewish town in Judea and Samaria, with some 11,200 people, located just north of Jerusalem. Only Modiin Illit, Beitar Illit, Maaleh Adumim (each with between 35,000 and 45,000 people), and Ariel (16,700), are larger.
For its part, Tel Aviv University is located in northern Tel Aviv, on lands occupied until 1948 by an Arab village named Sheikh Munis.
Tzucker didn't give up, however, and managed to sneak in from another entrance. He was able to hear Muhammed Bakri, referred to in the conference as a "Palestinian producer," discuss how the Nakba continues on in Israel. Bakri is an Israeli-Arab actor and filmmaker, whose most notorious accomplishment is the anti-Israel film "Jenin, Jenin."
Prof. Algazi sat in prison for a number of months 30 years ago for refusing to serve as an IDF soldier in Judea and Samaria. (IsraelNationalNews.com)
2. I am trying to get people to start referring to the Jihadi-Leftist alliance as the new Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact. Please help me get it into use. Use it with all your friends.
One other thing. This is no doubt a side effect from not taking first year economics. But a lot of columnists and reporters from the friendly pro-Israel camp are missing the point about the PLO announcing that it is boycotting products that are made in "settlements." Zionist commentators are screaming in rage. Wrong position! The Zionist position should be that not only do we support the "Palestinians" in choosing not to buy any products made by Jewish "settlers," but that we will help them by prohibiting altogether sales of anything at all by any Jewish Israelis (all of whom are "settlers" in the opinion of the Pestilinians.) Instead of fighting the "Palestinian" boycott of Israel, Israel should help them by making it mandatory!
3. The Hamas aid flotilla announced they will be holding a ceremony to commemorate the US sailors who died in the USS Liberty incident in 1967. That incident, where Israel accidentally attacked a US navy ship which was where it should not have been in the middle of the Six Day War, has long been a rallying cry for Neo-Nazis seeking to demonize Israel.
You will note that the same flotilla will NOT be holding any ceremony to mourn the victims of Islamofascism on the USS Cole, in the World Trade Center Towers, in the US forces in Iraq, etc.
4. What should Israel do with the flotilla? Well, I got this idea from an episode of the Sopranos. Israel stops the boats in mid water by blocking their way or shooting out their rudders. Then it brings in a special small boat with enormous loudspeakers and plays Avraham Fried and Chassidic music at ear splitting volume next to all the boats until they take to the open seas and go back to Turkey.
5. Those offended by crudeness – do not open:
Tel Aviv University takes a stand, sort of: