Kasim Hafeez is of British Pakistani Muslim heritage. Growing up he was frequently exposed to Anti-Semitic ideas and developed a hatred of Israel and Jews. By the time he reached University he has embraced radical Islam and was active in campaigning for boycotts of Israel and it’s ultimate destruction. Only after coming across a book that led him to revaluate his beliefs on Israel, he decided to travel to the region to see the situation for himself. That trip changed his life, seeing a reality so far from the hatred and poison he had preached, he felt and obligation to stand up for Israel, as it was the moral and right thing to do. A human rights activist and self proclaimed Zionist, Kasim has spoken at campuses all over the world telling his story and standing up for Israel. He is a fellow of the lawyer project and as of 2014, he took up a position with B’nai Brith Canada
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