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How social-justice activists revived anti-Semitism
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In Western, leftish circles, Israel is now treated as a uniquely wicked nation. We’re told it is a racist, colonialist, ‘apartheid state’, despite ample evidence to the contrary. Social-justice activists treat this imperfect Middle Eastern democracy with infinitely more contempt than they do brutal dictatorships elsewhere in the region. Meanwhile, anti-Zionism has become all but…

At High School Debates, Debate Is No Longer Allowed
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My four years on a high school debate team in Broward County, Florida, taught me to challenge ideas, question assumptions, and think outside the box. It also helped me overcome a terrible childhood stutter. And I wasn’t half-bad: I placed ninth my first time at the National Speech & Debate Association (NSDA) nationals, sixth at…

Leeds University
Graduate suing uni after essay criticising Hamas was failed is given June court date
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A Jewish graduate who is suing Leeds University after her essay about crimes committed by Hamas against the Palestinians was failed has been given a June 26th date for the court case to proceed. Danielle Greyman is suing the university alleging “negligence, discrimination and victimisation” after claiming her essay was failed by an academic because it did…

University of Toronto’s medical school has been permeated with antisemitism and discrimination, charges a new report from one of its professors
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“There’s a feeling of discomfort, existential discomfort, being on that campus.” That’s the message from longtime physician Philip Berger about the current heightened climate of antisemitism and anti-Israel rhetoric that’s been making life stressful for some Jewish professors and students at the Temerty Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. Berger was reacting to…