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Israeli Journalist Lectures Against Zionist Racism in Prague

Society & Culture  (tags: Zionist racism, zionism, colonialism, raicism, BDS, international,, occupied Palestinian territories, illegal settlements, journalist, David Sheen, Canada, ethnic cleansing of Palestine, siege of Gaza, Palestinian human rights )

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Sheen criticized the Zionist racism and the use of religion to violate the rights of Palestinians. For example, Rabbi Ovadia Yosefs saying that Arabs were born to serve Jews


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Tuesday December 4, 2018, 6:46 pm
Israeli journalist lectures against 'Zionist racism' in Prague
Nov. 29, 2018

The Palestinian Embassy to the Czech Republic arranged on Wednesday, in cooperation with the Faculty of Philosophy at Charles University, a lecture for Israeli-Canadian journalist David Sheen in Prague, the capital of Czech, on the International Day for Solidarity with the Palestinian People.

Ma'an News Agency’s envoy in Prague said that the lecture was held under the title “Israeli Politics Decoded,” as the hall at the University’s Faculty of Philosophy was full of attendees from various parts of the world.

Sheen criticized the “Zionist racism” and the use of religion to violate the rights of Palestinians. For example, Rabbi Ovadia Yosef’s saying that Arabs were born to serve Jews.

Sheen presented several examples, numbers and studies that proved that Meretz left-wing party is the only remaining party that thinks liberally and calls for a two-state solution while all “other Zionist parties fell for incitement.”
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