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If you think I’ve lost my mind when reading the above headline you would be almost correct. The above words are the actual subject of a Facebook post written in all seriousness (!!) by Asghar Bukhari. We should not be … Continue reading
This is a joint post written by myself together with frequent contributor Brian Goldfarb. Brian writes: I borrowed the phrase “rancid left” from the US blogger Noga (of the website “the contentious centrist”), to distinguish it from my own stance as part … Continue reading
Whilst anti-Israel activism on British campuses is well known for its severity and hostility, two incidents in recent days seem to have raised the bar to a whole new level. The most widely talked about incident took place at Oxford … Continue reading