I hardly ever post on other blogs, especially on Harry´s place, which is run by people who supported Izetbegovic against the Christian Serbs in Bosnia. Izetbegovic was always an extreme Islamist who wished to set up a Sharia state in Bosnia, and the evidence for that is irrefutable, because he stated it very clearly himself.
But on the issue of the banning of this Jewish speaker from an event in Queens University Festival event I inserted the following in a comment.
The background is a person calling himself RepStones who was giving the full “palestinian” antisemitic narrative on that thread
Despite excellent research on vital issues by especially Habibi I have huge differences with Harry´s Place.
But having said that this person RepStones is something else again.
Nothing could be more tragic for the Jews of the world than to have this garbage in Queens University, Belfast (Belfast being the home of French revolutionary republicanism of the late 18th century) to do such a disservice and insult to the Jewish people than to ban this speaker (Professor Alderman).
This person RepStones above has written the following and it is this I want to take issue with:
If being anti-Zionist makes one anti-semitic then you seem to think it is a moral imperative to be anti-Semitic.
I want to contend most strongly with this individual that being anti Zionist is indeed antisemitic
The Jews have a right to a Homeland just as the Irish have a right to their Homeland. it is this issue of double standards that is so aggravating to Jewish people in relation to the Irish, especially as there were many Irish Jews who supported the republican fight of de Valera and Collins against the British
This ignoramus called RepStones is obviously in his extreme arrogance unaware of almost every aspect of Jewish history and has swallowed the “Palestinian” Arab myths which were spun by the Nazi organizer of the Holocaust, Hajj Amin el Husseini, the mentor of Arafat, whom the Stalinist traitors of Moscow in the 1960s swung behind with such devastating consequences