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On the Boycott of Israeli Settlements

In response to: For an Economic Boycott and Political Nonrecognition of the Israeli Settlements in the Occupied Territories from the October 13, 2016 issue To the Editors: A statement recently published in The New York Review of Books calls for…

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In the Safe Spaces on Campus, No Jews Allowed

When Arielle Mokhtarzadeh and Ben Rosenberg arrived at University of California, Berkeley on November 6 to attend the annual Students of Color Conference, they had no way of knowing that they would be leaving as victims of anti-Semitism. The University of California…

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Programmers at CNES saw no reason to counter Israel criticism

After the holidays, when Congress prepares to reauthorize Title VI of the Higher Education Act, legislators should take a cold, hard look at the case of UCLA’s Center for Near East Studies (CNES), a recipient of millions of dollars of…

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Anti-Israel Bias Infiltrates the Classroom

At the heart of the recent controversy over Professor Steven Salaita, whose job offer at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign was rescinded after dozens of his virulently anti-Zionist tweets came to light, is whether a professor’s speech outside of the…

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