"That many of the instigators of the anti-Israel boycotts are themselves academics and self-described intellectuals, some of them self-hating Jews and even Israelis, only proves the point that Christopher Caldwell, a senior editor of The Weekly Standard, made in a recent article in The Financial Times, i.e. that “academic boycotts are all about the boycotters” who, like all “public intellectuals” (he referred to the American Studies Association (ASA ), which decided to boycott Israeli universities and academic institutions) “are at heart more public than intellectual.”
One remembers that one of the first and most notorious book-burning events in Nazi Germany was overseen by none other than Germany’s leading philosopher, Martin Heidegger. Actually, book-burnings are not too different from academic boycotts, the aim of both being to stifle truth and freedom of expression and to delegitimize artists, authors and institutions, not because of what they do, but because of who or what they are."http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Op-Ed-Contributors/The-boycotters-341702
Who the hell are they talking to here?
it would be funny if it wasn't so evil.#IsrealApartheid