Northwestern University Students Dismiss Antisemitism Concerns

The Algemeiner
Article Source: The Algemeiner

Article Source: The Algemeiner

  • Northwestern University formed a committee to combat antisemitism following a surge in pro-Hamas sentiment and antisemitic acts on campus.
  • Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) accused Israel of apartheid and genocide, and an unknown group vandalized campus newspapers with anti-Israel messages.
  • Despite the university president’s disavowal of such activities, 65 student organizations published an op-ed dismissing concerns of rising antisemitism as “mass hysteria and collective psychosis.”
  • The op-ed argued that efforts to combat antisemitic incidents are “irresponsible” and “dangerous,” denying genocide and mischaracterizing activists’ mission, while linking the destiny of marginalized people worldwide, including Palestine.  Read More

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