Wenn Israelhasser sich zu Juden machen


„Intifada of Peace“: Twitter-Account von Christoph Glanz

„A teacher in the German state of Lower Saxony who advocates a complete boycott of Israel posed as a Jew in order to sign a petition calling for all Palestinian refugees to be returned to the Jewish state. The petition, titled ‚Jews for Palestinian Right of Return,‘ was located online by The Jerusalem Post on Saturday night. The 2013 anti-Israel document also said that ‚the Zionist regime officially denies the Nakba, the ethical equivalent of Holocaust denial.‘ Speaking from Jerusalem, Efraim Zuroff, the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s chief Nazi-hunter, told the Post on Monday that the fact that the teacher, Christoph Glanz, posed as a Jew ‚shows he is fanatically dedicated to promoting his antisemitic agenda.‘

Zuroff continued by saying ‚it is absolutely insidious‘ that Glanz falsified his identity to advance ‚hatred of Israel.‘ The teacher is currently under investigation by Lower Saxony school authorities for alleged antisemitism and violations of the civil service requirement of political neutrality. Multiple Post press queries to Glanz at the school, IGS Flötenteich in the northern city of Oldenburg, as well as to his email addresses, were not returned. (…) Glanz concocted a second false identity to promote the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement targeting Israel. He uses the fabricated name Christopher Ben Kushka to deliver boycott talks across Germany and on social media. In November 2015, he delivered a pro-boycott talk in a municipal-funded cultural center in Munich under the alias Christopher Ben Kushka. According to the Jewish community in Oldenburg, Glanz uses the Jewish-sounding name Ben Kushka as a way to insulate himself from accusations of antisemitism.“

(Benjamin Weinthal: „‚Antisemitic‘ German teacher posed as a Jew to push anti-Israel agenda“)


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