Pro-Palestinian speaking tour bases itself on Holocaust

By JORDANA HORN
February 6, 2011 17:06

 
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NEW YORK – A thirteen-city speaking tour which compares Israel’s relations with the Palestinians to the Nazis’ treatment of Jews during the Holocaust has attracted negative attention from Jewish groups and protesters and the Anti-Defamation League.

The tour, “Never Again For Anyone,” is meant “to honor those who perished in the Holocaust by advocating for the human rights inherent to all people – and particularly for Palestinians living under Israel’s occupation,” according to a video on the tour’s website. The tour is being sponsored by American Muslims for Palestine , the International Jewish Anti-Zionist-Network and the Middle East Children's Alliance, and is concentrated on college campuses across the United States as well as Toronto, Canada.

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