Jewish students at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom will hold a virtual rally to demand the school take disciplinary action against Professor David Miller after his latest antisemitic remarks.
During a Zoom event earlier this month, Miller — a sociology professor — called for an “end of Zionism” and claimed Israel was “trying to exert its will all over the world.”
Last year, Miller was suspended from and later quit the UK Labour Party after asserting its new leader, Sir Keir Starmer, had taken money from “the Zionist movement.”
Previously, a complaint was filed against Miller for teaching students that Zionism was one of the “five pillars of Islamophobia.”
The demonstration was organized by the Union of Jewish Students (UJS).
A Change.org petition urging Miller be held accountable for his antisemitism had gained already over 4,000 signatures.