Dallali Fights to Reverse Her Dismissal

“Shaima Dallali, the president of the National Union of Students, plans to fight the organisation’s move to oust her, as supporters expressed alarm at the handling of the antisemitism allegations that led to her dismissal.

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The NUS said she was dismissed as president this week after an independent investigation into the allegations found “significant breaches of NUS policies” – but that it would not reveal further details because of employee confidentiality.

In a report published by Jewish News, Dallali’s supporters claimed that the investigation had been “marred by irregularities from the outset”.

A statement from Carter-Ruck solicitors on behalf of Dallali said she “vehemently denies” the allegations against her and plans to take legal action.”

According to Jewish News, Dallali’s supporters claimed that the investigation had been “marred by irregularities from the outset”.

Dallali herself has not commented publicly on the matter.

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A statement from Carter-Ruck solicitors on behalf of her, she ‘vigorously denies any wrongdoing and is taking legal advice intending to challenge her dismissal.'”

This dismissal has provoked alarm among some members of the NUS, who claim that the organisation is not doing enough to combat antisemitism.

Dallali herself has not commented publicly on the matter.

A statement from Carter-Ruck solicitors on behalf of Dallali said she “vehemently denies” the allegations against her and plans to take legal action because not only does she deny the claims, but supporters have also expressed alarm at how the investigation was handled.”

In recent years, the NUS has come under fire for its handling of antisemitism allegations, with some claiming that the organisation is not doing enough to combat the problem.

Dallali’s dismissal comes amid fresh scrutiny of the NUS’ handling of antisemitism claims.

Last month, the NUS was accused of ‘whitewashing’ antisemitism after it emerged that a training document used by the organisation advised students to avoid using terms such as ‘Zionist’ or ‘racist’ when discussing Israel.

The organisation has also been criticised for inviting controversial figures such as the Palestinian activist Linda Sarsour and the anti-Zionist academic Dr Hatem Bazian to speak at its events.”

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