A best selling author says that the organizers have expelled them from literary events in recent weeks because they would insult Palestinian activists in favor of their Jewish heritage.
Richard Zimmer, whose latest book "According to The Gospel According to Lazarus," has been widely acclaimed, in The Guardian that a person trying to book an appearance for a republic in Britain was blackballed by two different literary events that initially showed interest It was Jewish, it's Jewish.
"If cultural organizations are afraid of hosting events for Jewish writers, then Britain has taken a big step back," he wrote.
The Guardian did not name the organizations fearing hosting them, but the paper said that the publisher, who did not even name, confirmed that he was talking about hosting him because of the threat of anti-Israel protests.
Zimler accused a anti-Israeli boycott, divestment, suction movement, and the UK Labor Party, which was accused of anti-Semitism, which deepened "fearful atmosphere".
The claims of the BDS movement are only to oppose Israeli policies and not to be anti-Semitism. Jillmore, US. Born in Portugal and living in Portugal, he said it has no relation with Israel.
He wrote, "I have no investment or not a family." "It is true that my new novel is established in the Holy Land, but it happens 2,000 years before the establishment of the State of Israel."
There was no immediate comment from Peter Owen Publishing House, which released his book in the UK in April.
Zimble won the famous 1996 "The Last Kabbalist of Lisbon" for his first novel. Their latest talk deals with Jesus' relationship with their body.
The Sunday Times has so far named one of the best books of 2019 "Gospel according to Lazarus".