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Antisemitism: Israel's Last Defence

See below for further information: Bristol University faces boycott over sacking of academic – IHRC Letter to Bristol University re David Miller dismissal – IHRC Prof David Miller: I was sacked for opposing Zionist racism – 5Pillars YouTube [external link] Petition · Give Professor David

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

Israeli asylum seeker appeal adjourned

The case of the 21-year old rabbinical student, who is appealing the decision to deny him asylum, was adjourned yesterday after the Manchester court in which it is being heard failed to provide a Yiddish interpreter. It will now be heard next month. The case


IHRC takes up case of asylum seeker fleeing Israeli apartheid

IHRC has launched a crowdfunding appeal to fight a potentially groundbreaking legal appeal that could pave the way for refusenik Israelis and Palestinians living in Israel to claim asylum in the UK. The Jewish rabbinical student, whose name is being withheld for his personal safety,

Dhul Hijjah 2021

Prisoner Packs For Eid al-Adha, IHRC sent prison packs to HMP Humber. Each pack contained: A Place of Refuge by Asmaa Hussein, sweets, a prayer bead and a perfume block. Muslim prisoners tend to be isolated from the wider community and have a difficult time practising their


Witch-hunt against pro-Palestine pharmacist continues

PRESS RELEASE – A pro-Palestine campaigner who won his fight against the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) to have him disciplined for anti-Zionist remarks he made during a 2017 rally in London is being subjected to renewed scrutiny. A High Court judgment[1] means that Mr. Ali