Miller v University of Bristol 
Decision NumberCase No: 1400780/2022
Legal BodyEmployment Tribunal (ET)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal, Discrimination and Equality
The claimant was employed as a Professor by the respondent from 2018. The claimant argued that he was targeted by his colleagues leading to his ousting from his position due to his anti-Zionist views. This, he argued, also included a lack of support and investigation into these concerns by his employer. The claimant argued that the ideology advocating for a Jewish state in the former British Mandate of Palestine was inherently racist and colonial.
This case arose from a lecture the claimant delivered on Islamophobia in which he stated Zionism was one of the main five pillars driving Islamophobia. This led to two complaints from Jewish undergraduate
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