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Top Ten College Administrations Friendly to Terrorists and Hostile to the First Amendment

Stop the Jew Hatred on Campus, Vassar SJP sold T-shirts picturing convicted terrorist Leila Khaled with the words “Resistance is not Terrorism.” Editor’s note: The David Horowitz Freedom Center has prepared a report on the “Top Ten College Administrations Most Friendly to Terrorists and Hostile to the First Amendment.” These campuses provide financial and institutional

Do not stand idly by while others-even your enemies-bleed

Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Holocaust Memorial Day (Yom Hashoah) 2017 finds Jews deeply worried. Here in the United States, we’ve witnessed cemetery desecrations, little children evacuated from Jewish Community Centers, and a 45 percent spike in anti-Jewish incidents across America’s elite campuses. In England, we see too many Labourites injecting anti-Jewish animus into the political mainstream.

Breaking the Palestinians’ Will to Fight

Daniel Pipes, Daniel Polisar of Shalem College in Jerusalem shook the debate over Palestinian-Israeli relations in November 2015 with his essay, “What Do Palestinians Want?” In it, having studied 330 polls to “understand the perspective of everyday Palestinians” toward Israel, Israelis, Jews, and the utility of violence against them, he found that Palestinian attackers are

Palestinians Exploiting Children to Fight Israel

Noah Beck, Where is the international outrage? The new Palestinian curriculum for grades 1 to 4 “is significantly more radical than previous curricula,” concludes a new study by Hebrew University’s Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education (IMPACT-se). It “teaches students to be martyrs, demonizes and denies the existence of Israel, and focuses on

WH Asks Israel Not to Engage in ‘Unrestrained’ Settlements After West Bank Expansion

Cortney O’Brien, The only blemish in President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s friendly press conference last month was their disagreement over Israeli settlements. When asked if Israel had the right to build more settlements in the West Bank, Trump turned to the prime minister and said he’d like him to “hold back” on future

Campus fascists have been using their Gestapo tactics against pro-Israel speakers for years

Richard L. Cravatts, The New Jacobins. When Chester Evans Finn, Jr., a former United States Assistant Secretary of Education, observed in 1989 that university campuses had become “islands of repression in a sea of freedom,” he was anticipating a troubling and prevalent trend now poisoning academia, namely, the suppression of free speech. With alarming regularity,