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.
Religious colleges are now temporarily spared in California from potential lawsuits, which could’ve been made possible had a specific provision of a proposed bill had been kept in the bill: Following heavy opposition from a…
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”…
An anti-Jewish protest is being investigated at Cal-Irvine.
But safe spaces and trigger warnings! Downplaying anti-Semitism appears to be the message from California administrators.
Good reporting by Campus Reform: Although Gillman [UCI chancellor] denies the existence of a widespread problem with anti-Semitism on his campus, public records reaching as far back as 2001 list multiple incidents dealing with anti-Semitism….
The University of California system is supposed to protect students and employees from anti-Semitism, so what’s up with you, Cal-Irvine?
A vice provost for the university sent an e-mail out blasting the upcoming appearance of the controversial speaker Milo Yiannopoulos, but an English instructor wondered why there was no similar outrage directed at an anti-Zionist week at the university.
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
Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on the website of The Jewish Press. “Anti-Semitism,” wrote Stephen Eric Bronner, author of the engaging book A Rumor About The Jews, “is the stupid answer to a serious question: How…