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Columbia U President ‘Increasingly Concerned’ Over Rising Anti-Semitism
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The President of New York City’s Columbia University Lee Bollinger has spoken out against “rising anti-Semitism on campus,” stating that over the past year he had become “increasingly concerned” about the issue. In his speech, Bollinger referred to an upcoming vote among undergraduate students at the university on whether Columbia should be recommended to divest from…

President Bollinger [of Columbia University] Condemns Anti-Semitism in a Statement Before the Senate Plenary
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I want to speak about a difficult matter—about a concern I have regarding the risk of a rising anti-Semitism on our campus. Any bigotry and prejudice toward groups is intolerable, especially (for all the obvious reasons) within a university, and we should be quick to condemn its presence in any form and in any context. In…

A Slap in the Face at Scripps College
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I’ve written about Rutgers University Professor Jasbir Puar before, so let me limit myself to a few observations. Puar, a supporter of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel, has a problem: BDS wishes to accuse Israel of genocide, but Israel isn’t engaged, and has never been engaged, in one. Puar’s solution is to contend that Israel’s doesn’t respect…

Scripps College to host professor who wrote book claiming Israel purposely harms Palestinians
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Scripps College, a private woman’s liberal-arts institution and part of The Claremont Colleges in Southern California, is scheduled to host a keynote this month by Rutgers University professor Jasbir Puar, who wrote a book accusing Israel of maiming Palestinians to assert control over them. The March 12 address at the school, titled “Debility and Disability…

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