Kasim Hafeez: “The Day I Stopped Hating Israel” Free Admission Event

The Day I Stopped Hating Israel: Confessions of an Ex-Radical.

Kasim Hafeez is a British Muslim of Pakistani origin.

Armed with an anti-Israel and antisemitic agenda, Kasim used to be active in campaigning against Israel, attending marches, handing out leaflets pushing a one-state solution for the region, and calling for boycotts of Israeli goods.

Often taking advantage of the enthusiasm of human-rights conscious students, he made sure Israel’s narrative had no place on campus.

That was in 2006.
In 2012, he has a different story to tell. Come and hear it.
“If I can go from chanting ‘Death to Israel’ in Trafalgar Square to proudly being Zionist, then change truly is possible”

2 Responses to “Kasim Hafeez: “The Day I Stopped Hating Israel” Free Admission Event”

  1. Dan Power
    October 15, 2012 at 8:13 pm #

    I attended this lecture and Kasim Hafeez was an excellent speaker. Thank you for organizing this and thank you to Kasim. It was very clear from the open hostility and flamboyant display of ignorance and violence brought to the lecture by our local chapter of political islam that Kasim risks his safety when speaking out. His bravery and yours is noted and respected.

    NEVER SURRENDER

  2. Michele
    October 15, 2012 at 8:47 pm #

    I though Kasim made a wonderful and powerful statement about how he used to hate the jewish people but now he feels peace is the way to be. I was impressed on how far he went to see the truth about Israel and the people. I am not a Jew or muslim , I have no religious faith and thought when the Muslims in the audience started disrespecting the guest speaker, I was disgusted. The disrespect the Muslims students had towards the people in the audience was equally wrong. I was glad that I went and I support the Jewish people. I now see that extremist are here in Nova Scotia. This makes me SAD.

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