Why is a festival of Israeli film fighting for censorship in London?

The gift of fireFrom the Spectator

The bid to ban men from seeing The Gift of Fire sets a very dangerous precedent indeed

You might think that Jews, faced with a relentless campaign to ban their culture, would think once, twice, a hundred times, about instituting bans themselves. After they had thought about it, they would decide that, no, absolutely not, prudence as much as principle directs that they of all people must insist that art should be open to all.

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