“Israel is an apartheid state, says B’Tselem; time to ditch the IHRA definition of anti-Semitism?” – by Nasim Ahmad, Middle East Monitor

“[T]he country’s largest human rights group may have rescued the possibility of open and honest discussion from those who seek to stifle free speech under the cloak of combating anti-Semitism. Such is the goal of those advocating the adoption of the controversial International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism. B’Tselem’s groundbreaking paper and an equally compelling article a few days earlier in the London Review of Books by the American writer Nathan Thrall, exposed the lie at the heart of what is in any case meant to be a ‘working definition’.”

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