Tag Archives: Britain

Along with the Boycott, Some Good News

Haaretz- 09/06/2006 The decision by NATFHE, the British college lecturers union, to initiate a blacklist with respect to their Israeli colleagues has been met with shock in Israel. It has rapidly become clear that the instigators of the boycott belong … Continue reading

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Strange Bedfellows

Haaretz-04/11/2005 Four months have passed since the terror attacks in London. It is now possible to begin to discern the contours of the British response, and the new forces which are assembling against one another in the political debate. Notable … Continue reading

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A Scourge in ‘Londonistan’

Haaretz-15/07/2005 The responses of senior British officials following the London bombings last week are highly revealing. They contain within them clues to a decades-long failure of political judgment. This failure allowed the forces which produced the bombing to grow and … Continue reading

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