The excellent contributions by the three speakers were supposed to be followed by a panel discussion. Alas, the organisers had not reckoned with the presence of a bunch of part-sinister part-shabby Zionists, who sought to disrupt the panel discussion even before it began.
Pretty much like the state they love so much (yet, interestingly, don’t choose to live in), these rabid lowlifes ignored all rules of decorum and decency, and flooded the hall with their bile, spitting the whole canon of Zionist doublespeak at both the panel, and all those who sought to restore a little dignity to proceedings (dignity being a bit of a problem for the Zionists).
In conclusion, these sad cases actually did us all a favour. They allowed the speakers to make their points quite eloquently, before advertising for the entire hall what kind of a grotesque mindset the oppressed Palestinians are up against. As Richard Kuper poignantly stated, breaking up public meetings was a favoured tool of the Nazis on their own sorry rise to power. The parallel could hardly have been more apt.