Jun. 27, 2018
Using courts to fight anti-Semitism, whether in criminal or civil cases, or shaming prosecutors into action, is proving an effective tool in Britain, and may have valuable lessons for Canada.
Gideon Falter, the volunteer chairman of London, U.K.-based Campaign Against Antisemitism, explained that the tactic is about more than “lawfare” (using the legal system to achieve a particular objective).
“That’s not all we’re doing,” Falter said of his organization.