However, there is a controversy whether the cancelling of the film on Israeli settlers was due to the potential backlash of BDS movement supporters, or whether it was the professor’s own misgivings, etc.
Editor’s Note: The original article appeared in the Times of Israel. As yet another indication that the university campus has become “an island of repression in a sea of freedom,” last March a pro-Israel group,…
#ATLisReady, “a collective of student activists, community organizers, and leaders working to amplify Black and other marginalized voices in Atlanta,” published several demands including a call for the city’s police department to exit the Georgia…
The Movement for Black Lives (a conglomeration comprised of Black Lives Matter and many other groups) recently garnered media attention for releasing an incendiary manifesto. This manifesto includes references to Israel as an “apartheid state”…
It is an interesting read over at the Jewish News Service (JNS) on how Jewish and Christian leaders discussed anti-BDS efforts in Israel’s Knesset, which is the country’s parliamentary body.
It’s all because some faculty members don’t like a poster that says the BDS movement is linked to Palestinian terrorism.
Sounds like a harrowing experience for a female student who happened to be trapped among the throng of protesting students who demanded entry to the private movie screening.
The pro-Palestinian group Students for Justice in Palestine decided that they should mock Zionism (and Israel) by scheduling their anti-Zionism week with Holocaust Remembrance Day. Not classy, guys
Omar Barghouti, who we covered before, did a video talk with Stanford students and blasted Israelis and Jews. Photo by intal.be
The American Studies Association (ASA) became a part of the BDS movement (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) that is anti-Israel, and now is facing a lawsuit over it.