Welcome

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We are the Oxford branch of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign.
It’s worth checking out our pages on Facebook and Twitter.

If you want to collaborate with like-minded people to take action for justice, you are warmly invited to drop by and have a chat. You can find us every Saturday on Cornmarket Street, check in at our next members’ meeting to see what we’re about, or you can contact us in writing.

...shows disrespect for free expression and undermines a true antiracist politics. His content to see the IHRA being used to protect Israel's ability to continue with its oppression of the Palestinian people is shameful... (13/14)

He has no concern with the IHRA being cited to protect Israel from legitimate assertions that it is an apartheid state, as made by @btselem, or any call for any form of sanction against Israel. His willful ignoring of all of the concerns being raised about IHRA... (12/14)

So in Tower Hamlets, fearing such an accusation, the council banned the bike ride but gave another “official “ reason for doing so.

John Mann clearly believes that using the IHRA to create a climate of fear is in accordance with respect for democratic freedom... (11/14)

...for the rights of Palestinians & create a chilling effect, a McCarthyite climate of fear. The aim is to pressure public bodies to ban events to avoid accusations of antisemitism even though the IHRA definition may not be used legally to enforce the accusation (10/14)

The Tower Hamlets example speaks to a point made by PSC in a recently launched legal guide to students. Mann used this guide to try to suggest that PSC believes the IHRA is not problematic. This is the goal of those using the IHRA to suppress advocacy...

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