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« The Grouse on Double Standards | Main | Anti-Semitic (Former) Minister to Address Palestinian Supporters in SA »

April 15, 2010



It was bound to happen. Saujs took a back seat at UJ instead of taking the lead and dominating campus politics with a pro-Israel view.
Instead, they will be reactive to each anti-Israeli situation at UJ, as opposed to proactive. As is the case on Wits campus, Israel will always look bad.


Not so. SAUJS has been very active in as many spheres as they have had capacity to. I think the community actually owes them a debt of gratitude for their tireless work.


I disagree.
SAUJS has perhaps upped their game in the last year, but it's too little, too late.


Hi Joe

Perhaps SAUJS UJ could have been more active,I certainly dont think that applies at Wits. They are different situations. These debates have shown that there is remarkably little traction with the students who come in their tens at best to attend. It is only when the academics have to drive such a point home that it gets any attention at all. I wonder whether this would have been the case if the UJ SAUJS had taken the very public approach of their Wits cousins?

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This was the first one I tried on and tried about 6 more after that.

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