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Arizona State student government adopts universal definition of anti-Semitism
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Arizona State University. Credit: Flickr. Arizona State University’s student government has adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism. The resolution to adopt the widely accepted definition of anti-Semitism passed on Tuesday in a 15-1-3 vote. In a statement by Students Supporting Israel, ASU student Koral Zaarur said the measure was in response to…

Panel warns of growing threat of antisemitism on college campuses
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Antisemitism is still a major problem on American college campuses, according to a group of participants in an online roundtable held Thursday by the Endowment for Middle East Truth. Each of the panelists condemned the “orthodoxy” on campuses that posits Jews and Israel as being “racist” and “colonialist.” “If you do not subscribe to this orthodoxy,…

Our guest speaker today, class, is a Jew-hating terrorist
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IN AN ONLINE program next week, the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University will host “A Conversation With Leila Khaled,” an event it is promoting as a “historic” encounter with a prominent “Palestinian feminist, militant, and leader.” One of the program’s two moderators, Professor Rabab Abdulhadi of the college’s Race and Resistance…

College Administrators Must Address Anti-Semitism on Their Campuses
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While colleges and universities across the country have expended immense resources, in particular over the past several months, addressing unsubstantiated claims of systemic racism on their campuses and within American culture and institutions more broadly, there are other minority groups that face discrimination but go largely ignored. With millions of dollars in initiatives to hire…

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