Dershowitz to rebut Dhimmi Jimmy's speech on Palestine at Brandeis next week

Carter won’t debate him because “he knows nothing about the situation in Palestine,” which of course is a shameless lie. So Brandeis has brokered a compromise: Carter will speak, then Dershowitz will take the stage and respond.

And while Carter’s speaking, Dershowitz will be physically barred from the premises.

“I think the inaccuracies of Carter’s points have to be pointed out. Carter said he wrote the book in order to stimulate a debate, but he won’t debate. I’m debating him whether he’s there or not,” Dershowitz told

“If his chair is empty, then that’s his decision,” he said…

Dershowitz won’t be allowed in the gymnasium during Carter’s appearance because it is limited to university students, faculty and staff, but he will watch it from somewhere else on campus, said Brandeis spokesman Dennis Nealon.

What are the odds that Carter will stick around to listen? Slim, I’m guessing:

Dershowitz said he also plans to question why the former president and his Atlanta-based Carter Center accepted money from Arab donors. A review of the center’s 2005 annual report shows more than $1 million each has been contributed by such benefactors as the government of the United Arab Emirates, Omani Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said and Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Fund of the royal family in Saudi Arabia.

“I will accuse him of having had his silence on Arab human rights bought by Arab money,” Dershowitz said.

Go read Michael Smerconish’s post at HuffPo about the striking change in Carter’s tone when he dared breathe the word “Dershowitz” to him.