antisemitism

antisemitism

Bristol University faces boycott over sacking of academic

PRESS RELEASE – Civil society organisations and activists in the UK and overseas are threatening to organise a mass boycott of Bristol University unless it reverses its dismissal of a professor for his outspokenly critical stance on Israel. In a letter sent to the university

Letter to Bristol University re David Miller dismissal

Professor Hugh Brady Vice-Chancellor and President University of Bristol 11 October 2021 Re: Dismissal of Professor David Miller Dear Professor Brady, We, the undersigned, are writing to protest in the strongest possible terms your decision to sack Prof David Miller. Prof Miller’s dismissal followed a

December Updates

IHRC Bookshop have a few announcements to make, including a couple of upcoming events. Islamophobia Conference 2020 Join IHRC and DIN (Decolonial International Network) for the seventh annual Islamophobia Conference: The Attacks on Civil, Human and Political Rights for Muslims in Europe. Chairing the event will

Conference participants respond to scurrilous Jewish newspaper attack

PRESS RELEASE Academics and activists who took part in a IHRC organised conference on Zionism last September have responded forecfully to an attack by Britain’s leading Jewish publication suggesting they hold anti-Semitic views. The article appeared in the JC on 25 September excoriating the speakers

The Britain-Israel partnership driving ‘antisemitism’ allegations: 
 thoughts on a counter-strategy

The British state displaces its pro-Israel commitments onto ‘the Jewish community’, constructed as Zionist and thus vulnerable to antisemitism.   This provides a convenient shield for the state’s partnership with the Zionist colonisation project.  This agenda aggravates societal divisions – frightening Jews and dividing them from each other, while also separating them from the Left and Muslims.