Alan Dershowitz Responds to Careerist Column

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In an age of growing anti-Semitism around the world and on university campuses, it is insensitive to regard accusations of anti-Semitism as beating a dead horse.

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  • Ala Blanes

    If everyone who wants to see good faith practices revived, were to get behind the 17 Sustainable Development Goals for 2030, we could see things like acculturation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights within all levels of society. This would help with the process of beginning to immunize human cultures f from the tendencies to the practice dehumanization. Anti-Semitism is a class example of irrational lashing out in frustration, when people feel aggrieved and sense that the power structure has no interest in allying with those who feel downtrodden. The 16th goal among the 17 is the overhauling of dysfunctional institutional culture and ensuring equal justice for all. Such a goal should be internationally led by Israel. For an example of a local support organization that is part of the network for the 17 SDGs, an example is bccic.ca/gecco/

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