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Tag Archives: UK
Lucy Tobin, Israel’s cyber warriors, The Jewish Chronicle, Feb 12, 2009 When Joel Leyden speaks about Israel, 89,000 people listen. His name may not be familiar, but if you have ever used Google to look up anything on the Middle … Continue reading
This presentation was delivered to the mission to Israel of the Zionist Federation of the UK. The presentation was preceded by an address from the British Ambassador to Israel who stayed for part of this presentation.
Dana Gloger, Facebook groups at war over Israel, The Jewish Chronicle, March 13 2008 A group whose shared interest is a belief that “Israel is not a country” has attracted almost 38,000 members on social-networking website Facebook. The group claims … Continue reading
Andre Oboler, A false prospectus on campus, The Guardian: Comment Is Free, Feb 15 2008 In the UK this week, anti-racists were hard at work. It was “anti-apartheid week”, billed as “the biggest Anti-Apartheid campus protest since the fall of … Continue reading
One of the earliest online campaigns I undertook was in response the Academic Boycott of Israel that started in the UK in 2005. The response included the creation of what became the Academic Boycott Resource Centre at ZionismOnTheWeb.org. It also … Continue reading
Andre Oboler’s article on New Antisemitism for the newspaper of the Lancaster District Diversity Festival
Andre Oboler, The New Antisemitism, Diverse: The newspaper of the Lancaster District Diversity Festival. Issue 2, Page 23, November 2004. Today, we confront the ugly reality that Anti-Semitism is not just a fact of history, but a current event” – … Continue reading