When a provocative Tiktok video uploaded by Nerdeen Kiswani, a second-year student at CUNY law school, went public recently, the anti-Israel sentiment of the clip came as no surprise to those who were aware of…
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.
It takes some effort to be to the left of California these days, and even more to be port side of Los Angeles.
Protesters disrupted a panel discussion at UCLA on indigenous peoples’ history, with panelists representing Armenians, Kurds and Jews. Pro-Palestinian activists denied involvement, but the protesters were allegedly chanting pro-Palestinian rhetoric during the event.
Someone leaked an anti-Israel student group’s handbook, exposing their admission that they may have too many white members and aren’t as diverse as they’d like to be.
A pro-Palestinian group said that they’re fine with advocating for violence, when necessary.
Kent State’s pro-Palestinian student group, Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), applauded gay march organizers for kicking out gay Jewish activists last weekend.
The Students for Justice in Palestine activist group disrupted another pro-Israel event, this time where activists cursed at event attendees and insulted the speakers.
The ‘saltwater challenge’ is an effort by Students for Justice in Palestine chapters to act like a hunger strike, bringing media attention to Palestinians in Israeli prisons.
What are the roots of the anti-Israel BDS movement? An English professor, Cary Nelson, dives into that question in his book, “Dreams Deferred: A Concise Guide to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict & the Movement to Boycott Israel.”