The fact of the matter is that the old method of branding anyone who disagrees with Israeli polices or the actions of (self identified) zionist as "antisemitic" doesn't work the way it once did.
Not by a long shot.
Of course I could respond directly to Jalil's comments....but everything contained in them has been debunked numerous times (ie Farrakhan has NEVER called Jews or Judaism a gutter religion etc).
check out the following article http://www.theguardian.com/wor...ation-boycott-israel
In response to the boycott we have the statements:
Avi Wortzman, the deputy education minister, also condemned the decision. He said: "This is a disgraceful attempt to meddle in the internal policies of the state of Israel under the guise of an academic debate and equal rights supposedly. The state of Israel grants all of its citizens an equal opportunity in the academic world and encourages the integration of minorities in academia."
Ronald Lauder, the president of the World Jewish Congress, said: "This vote to boycott Israel, one of the most democratic and academically free nations on the globe, shows the Orwellian antisemitism and moral bankruptcy of the ASA." The association was deeply biased and disconnected with reality, he added.
Notice a pattern?
The key is to simply hold your position when you know your position is based on Truth. More of us can, and will do that when we know we'll be supported by those who are not afraid of those who do fear truth.