The objectives of the US Palestinian Community Network are fairly hardcore, including "Ending Zionist occupation and colonization of Palestine". The Zionists think so.
Andrew Dalack, 'National Coordinating Committee, US Palestinian Community Network', signed. Here he is, interviewed by Press TV:
"Press TV: Well, for more on this we are joined via satellite in the States with Andrew Dalack, and he is a representative for the Students for Justice in Palestine. This is one of the groups we listed before and they have been listed by the Anti-Defamation League as being anti-Semitic. So Andrew, are you? Is that what your organization does?
Dalack: Absolutely not. First, Students for Justice in Palestine is sort of the umbrella that is used to describe all of the different pro-Palestine activities that take place on college campuses across the country. But all of the organizations, (there are a number) of different organizations that organize on university campuses that are not necessarily under the students' Justice for Palestine banner, but we all associate with each other and there is a sense of camaraderie among the activists. Of course, our work is not anti-Semitic. One of the things the Anti-Defamation League and other Zionist watchdog organizations attempt to do is to conflate Jewish identity with support for an apartheid Israeli state.
This is one of the things that we actually try to confront. Students for Justice in Palestine actually represents a broad constituency, including a number of Jewish students who have been systematically ostracized by organizations like the ADL because they challenge this very notion that in order to be a Jew you must support Israel. There are plenty of anti-Zionist Jews out there who challenge this idea."Another signatory is Hatem Bazian, 'Chair, American Muslims for Palestine'. Read the 'Controversy' part of his Wikipedia entry.
This kind of attack we're seeing against Atzmon can appear to be quite useful. It allows people who have a history of being slurred to clear their names with the Zionist thought police. At the same time, it subversively advertises Atzmon (of course, it can also be an attempt at censorship, by denying him places to speak). It is quite clear that the strategy is to avoid offending the lite Zionists, who are somehow supposed to save the day. The great alarm in the lite Zionists at Atzmon is instructive. He intellectually undermines the lite Zionist charade.
"Reflections After the Harvard One State Conference" You'll note that there is not a snowball's chance in hell of any of the possible peaceful resolutions to the problem actually happening. You can't reason with violent racist group supremacists.