Anti-Israelism

Ian Lustick’s Iron Dice

As both Jonathan Tobin and Jonathan Marks have previously written here, University of Pennsylvania political scientist Ian Lustick, author of a recent op-ed promoting the “one-state solution” and featured prominently in the New York Times, isn’t an outlier. To the contrary, American academe is full of Lusticks:…

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British university told to apologize, compensate Israeli student

LONDON – An Israeli student who challenged a British university for assigning an anti-Israel lecturer as her dissertation supervisor has received an apology and compensation after a ruling from independent investigators. In 2010, Smadar Bakovic from Neveh Ilan, west of…

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Anti-Semitism at Cal

When a recent report from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, dismissed claims that the university had failed to protect Jewish students from anti-Semitism on campus, many thought that it could create a watershed moment for Berkeley. …

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The Depravity of the Anti-Israeli Left

One is tempted to leave Ian Lustick’s Sunday op-ed “Two-State Illusion,” alone. Its stench is so overwhelming that one might expect it to harm Lustick’s cause without the need for commentary. But because Lustick is a political science professor at the University…

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U.S. Government Fails to Enforce Law to Protect Jewish Students

With the start of a new school year, there’s reason to be concerned: Anti-Semitism is a serious problem on some college campuses, causing Jewish students to feel threatened and even fear for their safety. Yet the U.S. government is not enforcing…

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Two more UC campuses exonerated of fostering anti-Semitic climates

The U.S. Department of Education has exonerated two more UC campuses — Irvine and Santa Cruz — of allegations that they fostered anti-Semitic climates by allowing protests against Israeli policies and other incidents that Jewish students contended amounted to illegal harassment. UC…

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Rejecting Hatred is Not Rejecting Free Speech

Author Alice Walker was invited then disinvited to the University of Michigan’s Center for the Education of Women celebration of its 50th anniversary.  On her blog Walker blamed “removal of funding from…donors, because of…comments regarding Israel”. Walker has done more…

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