- Created: Tuesday, 13 November 2018 11:58
- Written by FRFI
On 21 September Zionists in Camden attempted to stop a public meeting called by FRFI in support of the Palestinian struggle. Using the newly-accepted IHRA definition of anti-Semitism, the Zionists persuaded the King’s Cross Brunswick Neighbourhood Association, who manage the hall on behalf of Camden Labour Council, that the meeting would be anti-Semitic. Widespread support for FRFI’s right to hold the meeting stopped the Zionists in their tracks (see Victory in fight against censorship of our London meeting on Palestine), but attempts to sabotage and intimidate the meeting did not stop there. Camden Council sent Prevent spies to the meeting to gather information and to monitor for anti-Semitism.