Sometime it takes a real violent mob to show their true face as antisemits, while attacking Israeli speaker, to make a real difference…
— Hen Mazzig (@HenMazzig) October 26, 2016
I had to be rushed out of the event at @UCL with security. The campus was the war zone and the streets are the safe place. I’m out. My god.
— Hen Mazzig (@HenMazzig) October 27, 2016
Britain government will become one of the first countries to use a new definition of antisemitism, that will includes anti-Israel activity. The UK Prime Minister announced this last month; “”It means there will be one definition of anti-Semitism — in essence, language or behavior that displays hatred towards Jews because they are Jews — and anyone guilty of that will be called out on it,” the prime minister said. May said it was “disgusting” that anti-Semitic rhetoric was part of British politics, adding that this was mainly a problem within “the Labour Party and their hard-left allies.” Read more PM May comments follow series of incidents at campuses across the country, most high-profiled was my talk at University College London. I want to congratulate Britain government and Prime Minister May on this strong stance against Anti-Semitism, Anti-Zionism, and all forms of discrimination. I promise that the UCL incident will not hold me down, rather encourage me to speak more and inspire others to do the same for Israel and the Jewish people.