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"9-11" Prof. Stephen Zunes. Campus Watch Listee, Blames the Victims - Israelis

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Submitted by Robert (United States), Oct 29, 2015 at 00:52

Dear Daniel Pipes,

Here you have your "friend," STEPHEN ZUNES, who "blamed" 9-11 on the United States,

now blaming Israel for the stabbing Israelis receive from Palestinians:

"Why Netanyahu Needs Holocaust Revisionism and Israeli-Palestinian Violence"

Stephen Zunes Professor of Politics and Chair of Mid-Eastern Studies, University of San Francisco


Are his students in Frisco being taught this stuff - that it is the Palestinians who are the victims every time they are killed in the course of stabbing an Israelis?

Netanyahu is only "using" the Mufti to expound his "right-wing agenda." Of course, this is the "left-wing agenda" of Zunes in which the Palestinians just want a state of their own, which Netanyahu wount give them. Of course, in passing, Zunes say the killing of the Israelis is a horrible thing.

It looks to me, Daniel Pipes, that Campus Watch is very useful - and that criticizing Prof. Zunes was right on the ball. But Tenure, and Freedom of the Press, necessitates that he be permitted to expound rotten views in the "marketplace of ideas."


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