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Antisemitic Activity


  1. Targeting Jewish Students and Staff:
    Incidents that directly target Jewish students on campus or other Jewish members of the campus community for harmful or hateful action based on their Jewishness or perceived support for Israel.

  2. Antisemitic Expression:
    Language, imagery or behavior deemed antisemitic by the U.S. State Department definition of antisemitism, or wholly consistent with that definition.

  3. BDS Activity:
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Kudos To…


  • Kudos to UIUC Chancellor Jones for his message to the community – “….anti-Semitic attacks hidden under the guise of anti-Zionist rhetoric are all too common.”
  • Kudos to the Associated Students of Madison for unanimously passing a resolution against antisemitism that notes, “anti-Semitic incidents tend to occur when anti-Israel legislation are introduced in student government or in a student body.”

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Recent Antisemitic Activity


bullet img November 15, 2017 – TUFTS UNIVERSITY
 A student wrote an article in the school paper protesting the “Fletcher Spring Break Israel Trek” that denied Jews self-determination and demonized Israel, stating, “These kinds of programs give a dominant Israeli narrative of Israeli-Palestinian relations. The assumption here is that Israel must remain a Jewish state, that the right of return of Palestinian refugees to their homeland is unmanageable, that Israel is the only prosperous, multicultural democracy in the Middle East and that its continuous occupation of Palestine is necessitated by security concerns… I urge you to think critically about such initiatives and the motives behind them so that the name of our school and its students don’t serve the purpose of occupation and supremacy.”

bullet img November 15, 2017 – UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
 A swastika was found drawn on a bathroom stall in the second-floor men’s bathroom in the Modern Language Building around 3 in the afternoon. A divestment vote was held the evening before until 3 am.

bullet img November 15, 2017 – UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST
 SJP painted a mural on campus that said, “End Settler Colonialism, Resist White Expansion, Stand with Indigenous People, UMass SJP,” with an image of the Palestinian flag and a fist raised.

bullet img November 14, 2017 – UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
 JVP published an op-ed in the student paper in support of divestment, entitled,”Op-Ed: To fight white supremacy, support divestment.” The op-ed demonized Israel, stating, “Supporters of Israel often say it [Israel] represents Jewish self-determination…This is not Jewish self-determination. It’s white supremacy.”

bullet img November 13, 2017 – HARVARD UNIVERSITY
 Harvard College Palestine Solidarity Committee erected a mock wall on campus, one of whose panels showed an airplane tailing the message “Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions.”

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