Massad is just the tip of the anti-Israel academic iceberg
Joseph Massad is an anti-Israeli Columbia University Professor.
Massad recently wrote a post at Al-Jazeera, which we wrote about at College Insurrection, Columbia Professor’s ‘Anti-Jewish Screed’ Draws Fire.
The post was The Last of the Semites:
The core allegations are that Zionists cooperated with the Nazis, that the result of the Holocaust was that only Zionist Jews survived while non-Zionist Jews were exterminated, and that the West seeking to compel the Arabs to accept Israel is the fulfillment of this Nazis-Zionist collusion:
… It is this shared goal of expelling Jews from Europe as a separate unassimilable race that created the affinity between Nazis and Zionists all along.
While the majority of Jews continued to resist the anti-Semitic basis of Zionism and its alliances with anti-Semites, the Nazi genocide not only killed 90 percent of European Jews, but in the process also killed the majority of Jewish enemies of Zionism who died precisely because they refused to heed the Zionist call of abandoning their countries and homes.
After the War, the horror at the Jewish holocaust did not stop European countries from supporting the anti-Semitic programme of Zionism. On the contrary, these countries shared with the Nazis a predilection for Zionism. They only opposed Nazism’s genocidal programme. European countries, along with the United States, refused to take in hundreds of thousands of Jewish survivors of the holocaust. In fact, these countries voted against a UN resolution introduced by the Arab states in 1947 calling on them to take in the Jewish survivors, yet these same countries would be the ones who would support the United Nations Partition Plan of November 1947 to create a Jewish State in Palestine to which these unwanted Jewish refugees could be expelled.
The creation of Israel, Massad continued, not only was a fulfillment of the Nazi-Zionist common goals, but also required the elevation of...