A Houston man who sent a Rice University professor a youtube link via e-mail in October was contacted by police investigators shortly thereafter. The video, entitled 'History They Don't Teach You in School', covers the history of false flag terrorism, Israeli Zionists, and Israeli involvement in the September 11, 2001 attacks. It was e-mailed to Rice University Jewish Studies professor Rabbi Shira Lander, Ph.D, after the man had seen fliers advertising her Jewish studies anti-semitism class. Rabbi Lander had also recently given a public lecture series on the same topic. The series, consisting of three consecutive lectures which were advertised as open to the public, were held on October 13th, 20th, and 27th.
The Rice website advertising the event read "Dr. Shira Lander,visiting professor of Religious Studies presents a three part lecture series entitled "The History of Anti-Semitism" Wednesday evenings in October at 7:30 p.m. at Congregation Brith Shalom.
Part I: Greco-Roman Anti-Judaism (October 13)
Part II: Christian Anti-Judaism (October 20)
Part III: Muslim and Modern Anti-Judaism. (October 27)
In this 3-session class, Dr. Shira Lander will trace the transformation of anti-Jewish sentiments and images from Greco-Roman, Christian and Muslim cultures into modern anti-Semitism"
Upon clicking History They Don't Teach You in School, youtube visitors are greeted with the message "This video or group may contain content that is inappropriate for some users, as flagged by YouTube's user community".
The video, 15:30 in length, was posted on September 13, 2010 by youtube user USraeliTerror and has 11,931 views. The video description reads "A brief history of Jewish terrorism and Israeli false-flag operations", and includes numerous links to additional information, including ABC News, wikipedia, globalresearch.ca, WhatReallyHappened, and others.
Following is the short e-mail exchange that the Houston resident had with the professor:
A week later, the man received an e-mail message from Sgt. Gary Spears, of the Rice University Police Department Criminal Investigations Division in Houston. The message stated: "_____, Please contact me at ___ concerning the above titled internet link that was sent out using your ____ e-mail address. Thanks, Gary."
The man was surprised that a professor would call the police over a link to a youtube video. He was concerned after receiving the message from the officer, but called him as requested. "I just stated to him that I never met this woman and haven't had any other exchange with her other than those emails, so obviously this is not a harrassment issue. He seemed to be totally satisfied with this, so I don't think I have to worry about further problems. I'll tell you though, I was floored to be contacted by the police over this! The professor's comments are funny; when I read " just want to know what your intentions are", I thought, well it doesn't matter what my intentions are, what matters is what is true or not. But I didn't feel like communicating with her further."
Debate continues regarding the role of Israel and the Mossad in the 9/11 attacks. The Anti-Defamation League issued an article in 2009 'Anti-Semitic 9/11 Conspiracy Theories Abound on Social Networking Sites' and an extensive report Unraveling Anti-Semitic 9-11 Conspiracy Theories. On the opposing side are political leaders, intelligence experts, and political analysts who insist the link is undeniable.
Former Italian President Francesco Cossiga told the Italian Press that last year that "All the [intelligence services] of America and Europeknow well that the disastrous attack has been planned and realized from the Mossad, with the aid of the Zionist world in order to put under accusation the Arabic countries and in order to induce the western powers to take part in Iraq [and] Afghanistan." Former Senior BBC Mideast Correspondent Alan Hart told Professor Kevin Barret that the Israeli Mossad did 9/11. Dr. Barret founded the Muslim-Jewish-Christian Alliance (MUJCA) in 2004. He states "The 9/11 truth process... opens a vast range of possibilities for interfaith dialogue, coexistence, and understanding".