This is a most baffling situation. Noam Chomsky is an ethnic Jew, and in accordance to Israeli law all Jews are granted entrance into Israel.
But, as of today when Chomsky attempted to enter Israel for a speaking engagement at an Israeli university his passport was stamped “Denied Entry”.
Speculations point to reasons being how much Chomsky has been a critic of the fascist Zionist government policies against the Palestinian peoples.
The interesting twist is when those who argue in favor of the Zionist regime they claim how “democratic” it is.
Well this proves them wrong….
Chomsky is now an even more public victim of the Zionist Fascism.
Left-wing linguist, who was scheduled to speak at Bir Zeit University, told by Israeli inspectors at Allenby Bridge that a reason for the refusal would be sent to the American embassy.
By Amira Hass
American linguist Noam Chomsky was denied entry into Israel on May 16, 2010
Professor Noam Chomsky, an American linguist and left-wing activist, was deed entry into Israel on Sunday, for reasons that were not immediately clear.
Chomsky, who was scheduled to deliver a lecture at Bir Zeit University near Jerusalem, told the Right to Enter activist group by telephone that inspectors had stamped the words “denied entry” onto his passport when he tried to cross from Jordan over Allenby Bridge.
When he asked an Israeli inspector why he had not received permission, he was told that an explanation would be sent in writing to the American embassy.
Chomsky arrived at the Allenby Bridge at around 1:30 in the afternoon and was taken for questioning, before being released back to Amman at 4:30 P.M.
Interior Ministry spokeswoman Sabine Haddad said Chomsky was turned away for various reasons but declined to elaborate. The ministry was looking into allowing him to enter only the West Bank, said Haddad.
In a telephone interview with Channel 10, Chomsky said the interrogators had told him he had written things that the Israeli government did not like.
“I suggested [the interrogator try to] find any government in the world that likes anything I say,” he said.
Chomsky is a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is considered among the foremost academics in the world. He identifies with the radical left and is often critical of both Israeli and American policies.