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Columbia University's Anti-Semitism EXPOSED
Anti-Israel students are targeting all forms of Jewish empowerment at Columbia. According to Columbia University's rules, these acts should translate to disciplinary actions and likely suspensions for the groups responsible. Yet, after going through the proper channels and including dozens of examples of anti-Semitism and Jewish/Israeli student targeting (with proof), Columbia University has decided to do nothing. We need your help and support to raise awareness on this issue. Help us share this message and help us stand against the marginalization of Jewish rights & voices on today's college campuses. THIS GENERATION WILL NOT BE SILENCED.
Anti-Semitism On Campus Explained
A lot of people always ask or attempt to understand how the Jews are being targeted on college campuses today. The answer is simple. There is a group on most campuses, that targets every minority group around, and attempts to get everyone to the conclusion, that Israel (the Jewish People) represents, and is directly connected to, everything negative that any individual experiences and is the cause for every minority group's collective struggle. Thus getting people to the conclusion, that the only way they can ever achieve justice, whether for the individual or the collective, is to rid or attack the source of the problem, which has become Israel (the Jew). JEWS. HEBREWS. ISRAEL. Call it what you want, but the second you blame everything on one people, one place, one civilization, one identity, and one nation, or pretend to care about Palestinians as a cover for attacking Jews, it is called anti-Semitism. It just changes forms with time, but it's the same thing that every generation of Jews has experienced. It is time to understand it and deal with it. Video by: Andrew Leibman
BDS Protesters on the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day
On the eve of Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day, protestors supporting the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement rallied on the campus of Columbia University. Using Israel's Holocaust Remembrance day, as the catalyst to support their anti-Israel and anti-Zionist agenda that promotes an economic boycott of Israel reveals the anti-semitic roots of their movement. Assaf Weiss, Director of Programming and Operations at the American Jewish Congress, encountered these BDS protestors first hand when he joined fellow members of Students Supporting Israel at Columbia University - SSI Columbia for their Holocaust Remembrance event.
Scene from our die-in at Columbia/Barnard today. Thank you to all of our allies who came out to make this powerful display of solidarity possible. We read aloud the names of the 25 Palestinians killed in the latest Israeli incursion, followed by a s
Scene from our die-in at Columbia/Barnard today. Thank you to all of our allies who came out to make this powerful display of solidarity possible. We read aloud the names of the 25 Palestinians killed in the latest Israeli incursion, followed by a statement contextualizing last weekend's massacre in light of twelve years of siege, seven decades of occupation, and a century of settler-colonialism. Read the full statement here: http://bit.ly/ColumbiaWithGaza Sign the petition calling on Columbia to divest from war-profiteering companies complicit in the suffocation of Gaza: http://bit.ly/CUADpet Long live the resistance of the Palestinian people!
Anti-Semitism Rising on New York College Campuses
DAILY DOSE | The Anti-Defamation League reported that anti-Semitic incidents in New York City have jumped ninety percent in the last two years. College campuses seem to have been hit the hardest. Our Shayna Estulin has the story. For more, see our ⬇ Website Articles: https://www.i24news.tv/en Live: https://video.i24news.tv/page/live?clip=5a94117623eec6000c557fec (Subscription) Replay: https://video.i24news.tv/page/5ab2981123eec6000caa0e93 (Subscription) Social Media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/i24newsEN/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/i24NEWS_EN Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/i24news/
Anti-Israel Students Guilt of "Pink-Washing" at Columbia University
Anti-Israel students at Columbia University are using the struggles of LGBTQ+ Palestinians to attack the identity of Israelis and the legitimacy of Israel as the successful aspirations of the Jewish self-determination movement. Featuring: Rudy Rochman, Ofir Dayan (Students Supporting Israel at Columbia University)
USA: Protesters face off over Israeli UN ambassador's visit to Columbia
Israel supporters faced off against anti-Zionist protesters in New York on Monday as Danny Danon, Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations, visited Columbia University. Video ID: 20170214-012 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Anti-Israel Groups Protest Emergency Rally For Israel at Columbia Univ
Monday- Feb 13, 2017 - 6:30- Columbia Univ. Danny Danon, the Israeli Ambassador to the UN was invited to speak at Columbia University (However, anti-Israel groups are planning a protest to disrupt the event Due to their pressure, Columbia administration imposed a last-minute restriction on the event's attendance preventing many Israel supporters and other interested parties from hearing the ambassador's speech. Let us show the UN ambassador of the only Middle East democracy a warm welcome. Let us show our support to Students Supporting Israel at Columbia University - SSI Columbia who organized this event. Let us send a message to the Columbia administration that the university's responsibility is to protect and encourage free speech and civil discourse instead of restricting it. And let us show anti-Israel hate groups that false and bigoted messages will not prevail. This is a non-partisan pro-Israel, pro free speech event!
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