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Against Zionism, Jewish Perspectives

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Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss
Rabbi Ahron Cohen
Professor Yakov Rabkin
Dr Uri Davis
Roland Rance
Dr Les Levidow
Michael Warschawski
Jeffrey Blankfort
John Rose
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This conference has been facilitated to provide an opportunity for peoples of many different confessional backgrounds and none to listen to and interrogate some of the ideas of academics and activists who have opposed Zionism and who hail from Jewish backgrounds.

Date: Sunday 2 July 2006
Venue: School of Oriental & African Studies, Univerity of London, Russell Square WC1H
Time: 9.30 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.

A one day conference organised by the Islamic Human Rights Commission in conjunction with NEDA and supported by The 1990 Trust, Crescent International, Friends of Al-Aqsa, Innovative Minds, Islam Channel, Institute of Contemporary Islamic Thought, Justice for Palestine Committee, Muslim Weekly, and Neturei Karta.

To view photos of the conference click here.

To download an English version of the conference report click here.

To download the report in Turkish click here.

First Panel: 'The Religious Case against Zionism'
Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss, New YorkListen (33 mins) 
Rabbi Ahron Cohen, ManchesterListen (28 mins)Read
Professor Yakov Rabkin, MontrealListen (30 mins)Read

Second Panel: 'Subjugation in the Name of Self-Determination'
Dr Uri Davis, SakhninListen (21 mins)Read
Roland Rance, LondonListen (20 mins)Read
Dr Les LevidowListen (20 mins)Read

Third Panel: 'Creating Cultural Polarisation'
Michael Warschawski, JerusalemListen (30 mins)Read
Jeffrey Blankfort, San FranciscoListen (28 mins)Read
John Rose, LondonListen (22 mins) 


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