The double standard is alive and kicking at Bristol University.
Professor Steven Greer has had his course cancelled after complaints by the Islamic society.
Greer was accused of 'islamophobia'.
Because he dared to suggest that the Charlie Hebdo attack was 'evidence of Islam's stance on free speech'.
He also supported the government's anti-extremism project, 'Prevent'.
Even though Greer was CLEARED of any racism charges, Bristol Uni cancelled the module.
Now let's compare this to what happened when Jewish students reported concerns over lecturer David Miller.
For two years, Miller has been making remarks about 'jewish conspiracies' and coming out with other unoriginal, antisemitic tropes. He even said that the J-Soc (the Uni Jewish society) was 'an agent of a foreign, racist power'.
Yet David Miller remains at liberty to spread this utter garbage and hatred. For months now, Bristol Uni has claimed it is 'investigating'.
Yet no matter how much Jewish students have conveyed feeling 'unsafe' and discriminated against in Miller's classes, his modules have not been scrapped.
Actual racism - antisemitism - is flourishing at Bristol University. Free speech - the offering of facts about Sharia - has been forbidden.
It's fine to offend and distress Jewish students - but woe betide if you upset their Muslim counterparts.
It's a blatant and frankly ghastly double standard and it cannot be allowed to stand.