UK professor suffered discrimination due to anti-Zionist beliefs, tribunal rules

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University of Bristol academic who was sacked after being accused of antisemitic comments wins ‘landmark’ decision

A sociology professor sacked by the University of Bristol after being accused of antisemitic comments has won a “landmark” decision that he was discriminated against because of his anti-Zionist beliefs.

An employment tribunal ruled that Prof David Miller was unfairly dismissed, and that his “anti-Zionist beliefs qualified as a philosophical belief and as a protected characteristic pursuant to section 10 Equality Act 2010”.

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