An Open Letter to the UK University and College Union

You chose to collaborate with a call to genocide.

Eli E. Hertz,

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Writing this letter is a good way for me to discuss your horrible denial of facts and the disrespect that you bestow on your parents, grandparents and your British people's history.

You should ask yourself: What kind of a society do I support?

Did you know that your government was the leading force among the fifty-one member countries - the entire League of Nations - that unanimously declared on July 24, 1922: "Recognition Has Been Given to the Historical Connection of the Jewish People with Palestine and to the Grounds for Reconstituting their National Home in that Country."

Did you know that your country's hero, Sir Winston Churchill, had this to say about Jewish "occupation" of Palestine:

"When it is asked what is meant by the development of the Jewish National Home in Palestine, it may be answered that it is not the imposition of a Jewish nationality upon the inhabitants of Palestine as a whole, but the further development of the existing Jewish community, with the assistance of Jews in other parts of the world, in order that it may become a centre in which the Jewish people as a whole may take, on grounds of religion and race, an interest and a pride."

My friend, the British world of academia, it is not "the Occupation" that Arabs reject; they reject the right of Israel to exist as a legitimate, secure, Jewish political entity. And you choose to collaborate with this call to genocide.

Palestinian Arabs have underscored their rejectionism with wave after wave of terrorism at every juncture; that is, before the 1967 Six-Day War and even prior to the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948. This, too, is being ignored by you.

If we talk academically, you would be most interested in how representatives of your people described Jewish academia's achievement during a visit to Jewish Palestine in 1937:

"The Daniel Sieff Research Institute [today part of the Weizmann Institute of Science] at Rehovot is equipped with the most delicate modern instruments; the experiments conducted there are watched by chemists all over the world: yet from its windows can be seen the hills inhabited by a backward peasantry [Palestinian Arabs] who regard it only as the demonstration of a power they hate and fear and who would like, no doubt, when their blood is up, to destroy it."

You should ask yourself: What kind of a society do I support? You have chosen a society that consciously and purposely sacrifices its own youth for political gain and tactical advantage. Today, the overwhelming majority of Palestinian Arabs nurture a blind hatred of Israel. They created a cultural milieu of vengeance, violence and death - preparing
The path you have embarked on leads to hate and destruction.
their children to be sacrifices in a death cult. Your silence is noticed.

I suggest you tell your Palestinian friends to invest in bio-tech, not bombs. Build computer chips, not Kassam rockets. Teach medicine, not hate. Look to the future, not to the past. Stop blaming Americans and Jews for all their problems, and take responsibility for their own actions.

My dear British academic: Do you fully comprehend what you are doing? If you are indeed aware that the path you have embarked on leads to hate and destruction, and if you have freely chosen to walk in that direction, then you and your Arab friends are truly beyond hope.

Before you continue to dishonor your own history, think it over.