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August 26, 2007

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The Blacklisted Dictator

It seems that The MRN is obsessed by The SAJBD. In the VOICE OF THE
CAPE recently Salim Vally etc referred to The Board as "foreign
agents".
I don't want to brag but I also have the honour of featuring on The MRN
website. As a result , I wrote the following to Na'eem Jeenah,
director of The FXI:

Dear Na'eem Jeenah ,

I note that the reply to my letter in "The Citizen" is now on the
homepage of The Media Review Network website.

Is Iqbal Jassat paid to write replies on your behalf ? Or does he do it
in his spare time?

I will leave it up to the ccs to evaluate the style and intellectual
content of his prose.

viva etc
blacklisted etc

The Blacklisted Dictator

ANTHONY Posner complains about Na’eem Jeenah’s association with the
Freedom of Expression Institute (The Citizen, August 7).

Posner suspects that Jeenah’s profile as an “Islamic activist” is
problematic for the SA Jewish Board of Deputies. What a strange sense
of logic!

It’s no different from the weak, defeatist approach adopted by failed
apologists of South Africa’s racist past, who constantly clamoured
against those seeking to question an ideology of hate.

Many respected academics, journalists and others were hounded and
persecuted as a consequence of intolerance displayed by apartheid-era
agents.
Does Posner desire that his intolerance of critics of Israeli apartheid
result in barring Jeenah’s links with the FXI?

If so, he certainly cherishes a foolish desire to turn SA’s momentous
strides back to the tyranny of the past.

IQBAL JASSAT
Media Review Network


Iqbal Jassat- Chairman (MRN) 2007/08/21

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