Professor Mark Levine (pronounced as "Leh-Vee-Neigh") issued a public challenge to David Horowitz. Using, as usual, the good services of his usual haunt - Al Jazeera. If interested, you can go and look at the challenge, which is a bit too verbose for a challenge (to my taste, that is). My interest in the whole is caused solely by the somewhat pathetic displeasure prof Levine (pronounced as "Leh-Vee-Neigh") expresses at not being included by Mr Horowitz in a list he apparently keeps*:
I was a little surprised that I was not part of your just published list of dangerous, Jew- (self-) hating, Nazi-loving supporters of Boycotts, Divestments and Sanctions against Israel. Maybe I'm not good - sorry, evil - enough to have made the A-list of Israel-bashers featured in your April 24 New York Times ad . But not even your full list, with 1,004 professors, journalists, artists, activists and organisations? Was there really no room for me, one of your original 101 most dangerous professors?Not at all sure whether it's ethical to answer for David Horowitz, but what the heck: I have done some worse things in my life. So:
Not good enough.
(*) That list keeping - ain't there some better use for Mr Horowitz's time? Just asking.