What an entertaining page. You guys made my day. From anonymous “Sarah”‘s (not very courageous) tearful whining (half of which is inaccurate reporting, by the way, and I know since I was the one talking, not her) to Adele and Mooser’s top sleuthing job (er… Adele, yes, no one has ever heard of me in Geneva… because I left some 30 years ago and have been living for years in San Diego, California – didn’t the site sandiegoteam.org give you sort of a hint? Some detective you make…). And let’s not forget Katie Miranda who dispenses wise quotes from a Hadith, no less, allegedly quoting Mohammed encouraging people not to let their anger dominate them… that’s a good one: maybe she could talk to the ISIS freaks, because it would seem that they didn’t read the same memo and could benefit from her sage advice). This was all very amusing, but the part I liked the best, besides the childish speculations filling these comments regarding yours truly, was “Sarah”‘s apparently sincere shock to hear views that she clearly had never heard before. Egad! To have someone express views that are openly pro-Israel? What? In an academic setting, to boot? Well, “Sarah”, instead of sobbing, may I suggest you consider that having me to counter the litany of anti-Israel voices and discourse you’ve heard exclusively so far was in fact a rare privilege because clearly you don’t get to hear such diverging views from the people you are so used to hear and you feel very comfortable hearing, right? Where is your intellectual curiosity? Did it ever occur to you that maybe the pro-Palestinian people you love so much to listen to might be lying to you, taking you therefore for a fool? I know it feels so good to “know” that you’re on the side of the “oppressed” because you have a noble soul and want to support the weak and the downtrodden, like most of us. But what if the very people you think are the victims are in fact the real victimizers? Anyway, I welcome any opportunity to debate anyone on this rich topic, but that’s precisely where we have a problem: the pro-Palestinian crowd to which you belong is afraid of debates. They pack their conferences and round-tables with people who exclusively hate and demonize Israel, and they never invite defenders of Israel. If they were so certain of the validity of their statements, they wouldn’t have anything to fear, don’t you think? Yet, it never happens. No wonder you were not prepared to hear what I had to say. Had you attended previously genuine debates with real pro-Israel voices rather than fake ones like Miko Peled, Jewish Voice for Peace, J Street and a litany of other self-hating Jews who side blindlessly with the Palestinians, maybe you would have a more balanced view of the ins and outs of the conflict. And that is exactly the goal of my group and my activities, although I’m not holding my breath regarding an invitation any time soon. Well, maybe Katie Miranda will invite me to speak? Naahh… The list of people she wants to interview on her program (see http://summit.katiemiranda.com/schedule-3/) is a virtual pantheon of the worst Israel haters in the world: there is not a shred of balance here… (otherwise she would invite Daniel Pipes or Alan Dershowitz, to whom “Sarah” kindly compared me) but that’s not necessary, is it, because this crowd is the only one to hold the truth, and there is therefore no room for diverging views. Funny, isn’t that the definition of fascism? Well, at least we know that Katie knows how to handle anger, because the prophet told her how to. All is well, therefore. Or is it?