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David Hirsh

David Hirsh on Distinguishing Criticism from Antisemitism

By Ameinu Office

This piece, by a British friend, David Hirsh, was first published on the Jewish News website, May 6, 2016, under the title “Opposing settlements is constructive criticism, not anti-Semitism”: I spoke at an event last night, a debate on whether the 2 state solution is ‘dead’, with Melanie Phillips and others. The Jewish News website has published a […]

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Lessons for Leftists on Anti-Semitism

By TTN Blog

First, we should acknowledge Daniel Sieradski, a Jewish leftwing online activist, for blowing the whistle on a public forum at a reputedly progressive space, featuring an anti-Semitic conspiracy theorist.  Sieradski’s post at Jewschool has inspired the attention of progressives and Jews, including participants in The Third Narrative.  David Schraub, a lecturer in law at the […]

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Dean Mousa Karayanni

BDS Boycott of Arab-Israeli Hebrew U Dean?

By TTN Blog

Prof. Steven Lubet of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, has just posted the following at The Faculty Lounge legal academic blog: New Law Dean at Hebrew University As announced today, Michael (Mousa) Karayanni has been named the “first-ever Arab Israeli . . . appointed as the dean of the Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University in […]

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TTN Action Alert: Oppose Academic Boycott of Israeli Anthropologists

By TTN

The Third Narrative has been working actively with Anthropologists for Dialogue on Israel and Palestine (ADIP) to oppose both academic boycotts of Israel and Israel’s continued occupation that helps prevent the creation of a Palestinian State. ADIP is a strong proponent of the core philosophy of The Third Narrative and is leading this fight in the field of […]

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Academic Freedom Worldwide and the Resolution Before the AHA

By Alliance for Academic Freedom

To read about Academic Freedom and Resolution Before the AHA: A White Paper from the Alliance for Academic Freedom, click here

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ARGUMENTS AGAINST THE RESOLUTION AT THE JAN. 9, 2016 AHA BUSINESS MEETING

By Alliance for Academic Freedom

To read the arguments against the resolution at the January 9th, 2016 AHA Business Meeting, click here

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A Flawed Resolution: Errors, Misrepresentations, and Omissions in the Resolution Before the AHA

By Alliance for Academic Freedom

To read the Alliance for Academic Freedom’s response to the AHA Boycott, click here

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