Campus Monitor - Fairleigh Dickinson University

Antisemitism Tracker

Total Antisemitic Activity:

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ClassificationDate-Description
TARGETING JEWISH STUDENTS AND STAFF:DESTRUCTION OF JEWISH PROPERTY;
INTIMIDATION
3/24/15 – The Israeli flag that hung in the university’s dining hall was found ripped down the middle.
GENOCIDAL EXPRESSION;
INTIMIDATION;
HISTORICAL
3/23/15 – Rabbi Ely Allen, Hillel Director at FDU, found a swastika that was drawn on the bulletin board outside his office in Bancroft Hall.

 

In the News ?

April 1, 2015: Daily Nexus – Torn Israeli Flag Incident Investigated at FDU (Description note, “A flag of Israel, ripped down the middle, fluttered above the heads of two Israeli students, one formerly in special combat forces in the IDF, on the evening of March 24 as they walked into Jeepers, a student eatery on the Teaneck campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University. Though there are flags of many countries displayed all over the FDU campus representing the countries from which students are attending, the Israeli flag was the only one discovered to be torn….However, JLNJ learned that it was not entirely isolated. Included in a chain of emails sent to JLNJ was this message. ‘Just to add to the overall picture of bias crimes on campus, last week, I found a swastika drawn on the bulletin board outside my office in Bancroft Hall—yet again.’”)

January 2014: University statements rejecting academic boycott of Israel

 

Photo Album - Campus Antisemitism

Source Credit: Jewish Link of New Jersey, April 1 2015

Source Credit: Jewish Link of New Jersey, April 1 2015

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BDS Tracker

No divestment vote has taken place.


BDS Instigators: Student & Faculty

STUDENT BDS

N/A

FACULTY BDS

Number of Faculty Endorsing the Academic Boycott of Israel: 1

  1. Riad Nasser

 


AMCHA Activism

There are currently no AMCHA Initiative campaigns for this campus.