Does UJA have a problem with my opinions?

I was disinvited, after the invitations with my name were sent out, to a UJA event at which I was to be an honoree. Perhaps political correctness trumps my fight for women. It certainly trumps free speech.

Today, and at the last moment, after the invitations went out and the program had been announced, I was dis-invited to an event in which I was to be honored.

On December 16, 2016, I had been contacted by the UJA of New York, telling me that they wanted to give me an award for my lifetime of work on behalf of women. Also being honored were three other pro-Israel advocates: Hadassah Lieberman, Anne Bayefsky, and Brooke Goldstein. I had several long talks with the women in charge of this program. They wanted me to speak about the feminist movement and about my feminist work—but also about women in Israel as well as about anti-Semitism.

  • Maggat

    The lieberal progressive bunch are truly cowardly liars.

  • ntt1

    I’m confused did she back the People’s Judean Front ? or did she make the huge mistake of backing the People’s front of Judea? nobody likes splitters

    • paul morris

      The people’s front for the liberation of Judea

      • ntt1

        totally different group , or it could be a typo . marxists have fought for less

  • Frances

    Short answer: yes.