Seeming to give credence to what wry Professor Edward Alexander referred to as the “explosive power of boredom” among some members of the professoriate, around 400 “professors of Jewish Studies in North and South America, Europe, and…
A progressive online website published a video of George Washington University students who strongly disagreed with President Trump’s executive order on anti-Semitism. One of the students made a statement which apparently denied that the Holocaust happened.
Outrage ensued at San Diego State University when a suggested speakers’ list included a Nation of Islam leader, after which, the university removed the leader’s name from the list.
A guest speaker’s alleged anti-Semitic remarks sparked an investigation at UCLA, but it appears that the guest speaker has a history of spreading anti-Zionist rhetoric on social media.
At a panel discussion at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., panelists agreed that left-wing anti-Semitism is a real threat to modern societies today.
The Columbia University chapter of the pro-Palestinian student group known as the Students for Justice circulated a flyer which had the image of an Israeli soldier with horns. No condemnation has been issued by the university.
Outspoken anti-Semitic activist Linda Sarsour recently spoke at NYU, pushing for people to vote for candidates who aren’t white.
A Democratic congresswoman’s anti-Semitic remarks have spurred two pro-Israel on-campus organizations to condemn her use of anti-Semitic tropes.
A lecture and documentary film event at the University of California-Irvine apparently focused entirely on anti-Zionism, allegedly portraying Jews in a negative light in the film and in the post-film discussion.
And how does this comport with university policies on hate speech?