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A lot of the blocking of free speech is on the way to the stage

Submitted by Wallace Brand, May 18, 2012 01:10

On March 3,4 Harvard University held a conference on a one state solution to the Arab Israeli conflict. But what was presented was only a one [Arab Majority] state solution to the conflict. A proposed presentation on a one lawful Jewish state solution wasn't permitted to be presented. Nor was an opportunity to have an op ed stating the facts appear in the Harvard Crimson. A Two State [temporary] solution will likely be presented at Harvard too, by Professor Alan Dershowitz who described the March 3,4 conference as an anti-semitic and anti-Zionist Hate Fest in NewsMax. I had asked President Faust at Harvard to help me in getting a one Jewish state view heard, or to at least get it printed in the Harvard Crimson. Her aide responded with a copy of Harvard's press release, stating that Harvard did not endorse the conference and remained "a free and open marketplace for ideas". See: http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/11323 In order to get my ideas before the Harvard students I paid for a quarter page ad in the Harvard Crimson print edition and its on line edition. So I finally got to Harvard's marketplace of ideas, but it wasn't free and my one time insertion was in a dimly lit corner of the marketplace.

A "son of Harvard conference" was held at UCLA on March 14 or 15. The same problem existed. Only two of the three solutions to the Arab-Israeli conflict were presented. These were the one [Arab Majority] state, and the two state temporary solution. In the one state solution, the US will lose a democracy in Israel with a western culture, the Jews in Israel will become unwelcome guests in their own National Home, and the Jews in the Diaspora, such as in Toulouse, will find there is no place left on earth where they can go and not be in the minority. In the interim, the Jews and Christians will lose quite a lot of their heritage, and in the long run the two state solution will become one Arab state.

The third solution is based on the grant at San Remo in 1920 of exclusive political rights to World Jewry, in trust, to vest when the Jews had attained a population majority.

For a summary of the three solutions, see: http://israelagainstterror.blogspot.com/2012/03/salubrius-three-possible.html
For a history of the San Remo grant, see Part 1: http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/11408

Part 2: http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/11412Debunking the Palestine Lie" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7ByJb7QQ9U

For an analysis of the two state temporary solution, see: "Remember the Quraysh, http://israelagainstterror.blogspot.com/2012/03/remember-quraysh.html Also, it would be helpful to look at what Dr. Daniel Pipes has uncovered about Yassir Arafat and the treaty of Hudibyah, a two-tribe solution that went sour. http://www.danielpipes.org/316/al-hudaybiya-and-lessons-from-the-prophet-muhammads and http://www.danielpipes.org/blog/1999/09/arafat-and-the-treaty-of-hudaybiya-updates

Wallace Edward Brand, UCLA '54, H.L.S '57


freedom of speech

Oct 2, 2011 00:56

If the Pres. of the US was giving a speech, could the Muslim students do the same to him?


Londonistan in Cali

Sep 26, 2011 11:30

gee their country of origin just passed a law allowing women the right to vote-but still can't drive-now thats the type of trash I want determining what is right in MY country



Submitted by Steven Rosenbaum, Sep 25, 2011 21:07

Finally someone has stood up to the belligerence of a muslim group intent on stopping the rights of others, in particular a Jewish organization. The judge has made a wise judgement and the defenders have done what they needed to try to do though they certainly were on the wrong side of the law.


Freedom dies a little

Submitted by PeaceNotHate, Sep 25, 2011 05:24

This is a retrograde action by a benighted administration.

It has set back the cause of freedom to serve the interest of a repressive, racist regime.


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