Jihadi suicide bombers "martyrs" according to U.K. taxpayer-supported charity
Leftists never saw a jihadist they didn't like: "Suicide Bombers 'martyrs' according to UK taxpayer-supported charity," from the Jerusalem Post, September 24: The Camden Abu Dis Friendship Association (CADFA) was founded in 2004. CADFA claims to "promote awareness about the human rights situation in Abu Dis” (a village in the West Bank) through "friendship links and twinning”. In reality, CADFA is a highly-politicised organisation that uses human rights as a facade to shield its apologism for terror and vicious anti-Israel sentiment.
For many years now, far-Left groups have adopted humanitarian fronts in order to legitimise their hard-line anti-Israel sentiment. Those who follow the machinations of the anti-Israel networks have watched as groups hijack interfaith dialogue, anti-war, anti-fascism, among others. The ‘twinning’ of education establishments is yet another victim of such exploitation – in particular, schools and universities.
In lobbying for twinning initiatives, anti-Israel groups claim an interest in the mutual exchange of ideas, and express solidarity with those trying to claim an education in areas of conflict. But twinning schools and universities with their counterparts in the Palestinian territories has allowed extremist groups to legitimise their anti-Israel rhetoric, and gives them the chance to indoctrinate the students of twinned establishments with visceral anti-Israel propaganda. (continue reading...)