If you thought you'd heard it all concerning the deplorable anti-Israel behavior of members of academia, think again. Dr. Marsha Levine, a Cambridge University researcher and expert on the domestication of horses, reportedly received a letter from a 13-year-old Israeli girl seeking help with a school assignment about horses. So how did Levine (presumably Jewish) respond?
The exchange, which was posted on Facebook by Shachar Rabinovitch, the Israeli girl's mother, follows below:
My name is Shachar Rabinovitch and I'm from Israel.
I'm doing an assessment for school about horses, and it will be great if you can answer a few questions that I will ask.
1. What ancient horses breeds preserved and were a base to the breeds we know today?
2. How did the ancient humens created new breeds or kept the ones who already were existent?
3. What ancient horse breed the ancient humens used the most and what were those uses?
4. Where did the ancient horses breeds lived?
Thank you for reading my questions, Shachar Rabinovitch
Sr. Levine's reply follows:
Dear Shachar Rabinovich:
I'll answer your questions when there is peace and justice for Palestinians in Palestine.
I am a member of Jews for Justice for Palestinians (http://jfjfp.com). I support Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions. You might be a child, but if you are old enough to write to me, you are old enough to learn about Israeli history and how it has impacted on the lives of Palestinian people. Maybe your family has the same views as I do, but I doubt it. So, I suggest that you look at this link: http://jfjfp.com/?page_id=338
Dr Marsha Levine
Only in the warped mind of someone so self-hating and with a completely broken moral compass would one even fathom to speak to a child this way.
Levine, who is apparently also an amateur photographer, has her own website which can be accessed here. Hopefully she and her "work" will be boycotted too.