Ben Gurion University, sometimes called the 'Bir Zeit of the Negev' because of the large number of anti-Israel "Post-Zionist" radical leftists on its faculty, now has a new achievement.
Anti-Israel extremist Neve Gordon is on the faculty there in the department of political science, which is a monolithic far-leftist department in which no non-leftist is permitted to teach. Gordon is on leave this year at the University of Michigan, itself a bastion of Bash-Israel bigotry. Speaking at an anti-Israel rally that was part of "Israel Apartheid Week" there, Gordon called for a "one-state solution" in which Israel would cease to exist altogether. He also denounced Israel as a racist apartheid entity.
A University of Michigan student reports the event in details here:
The student reporting this concludes:
'Neve Gordon is one of the biggest self-hating Jews I have ever seen. It is no surprise the University of Michigan hired him as a "Visiting Professor." This University is really anti-Israel and that they had to hire a Jewish person to push the hatred on Israel and Jewish people. The last paragraph, I mentioned how he said Israel made "Jewish roads." I had whole argument with him during lecture on this statement he made. He said that "Jews are the only ones who can travel without any difficulty, and that makes them Jewish roads." Another person in the audience made a comment about this statement in his lecture, and he mentioned my "question from last Fall's class." Overall, if Ben-Gurion university keeps this man as a professor, they should be ashamed, and people should protest the university's hiring policies.'
In the past the Jewish Press reported about the extremist shenanigans at Ben Gurion University, where churning out anti-Israel hate propaganda "counts" as scholarly research, and where extremists get hired and promoted on the basis of such agitprop.