Neve Gordon has appeared in Belgium at a talk organized by a group supporting BDS.
As the report below indicates, Gordon, one of the pioneers of the "Israel is an apartheid state theory" did not disappoint.
To recall, in 2009 Gordon called to a boycott of Israel from the pages of the Los Angeles Times. His op-ed created an enormous backlash; and led, among others, to Knesset legislation that made calls for BDS illegal. Gordon is more circumspect now, but one does not to read between the lines of his rather torturous prose to understand that he still considers Israel to be apartheid state.
Gordon's lecture is one more example of Israeli academics who help to create an image of Israel deserving to be boycotted, whether they mention the term or not. Israeli taxpayers who pay his salary deserve better.
For this conference Palestine Solidarity had two invited speakers. Neve Gordon is an Israeli academic. He teaches political science at the University of Ben-Gurion in Israel.
 De facto, since the Green Line is not the legal boundary of Israel.
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