Jews say jump, government says: “How many goyim should we arrest?”

LONDON, Mar 25, 2007 (UPI via COMTEX) — The British government is expected to
reveal a plan this week regarding how it will deal with increasing reports of
anti-Semitism on university campuses.

In the wake of recent reports of religious intolerance on British campuses, the
government will begin by asking all university heads to institute a zero
tolerance policy regarding academics attacking Israel, the Times of London

A 2006 report from European minister Denis McShane presented to Prime Minister
Tony Blair revealed that universities have become a breeding ground for
anti-Semitism in recent years.

“During our evidence sessions we heard of Jewish students having anti-Semitic
graffiti scrawled on their doors, and of extremist Muslim groups being invited
to speak on campuses,” his report said.

The Times said the government is expected to push for increased recording of
such incidents and support contact with Israeli academics.


Boston – Britain to tackle campus anti-Semitism

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