From Prager University, Alan Dershowitz on the Jew-haters who delegitimize the Jewish State.
As in Nazi Germany where academics were quick to embrace the Nazi party and its genocide of the Jewish people, academia in America is infected with Jew-hatred.
And the source of the hatred is Islamist professors and Muslim student associations whose poisonous anti-Israel rhetoric, and BDS activism is pure Jew-hatred.
Columbia University leads the list of America’s 10 top colleges with the worst anti-Semitic activity.
New York’s Columbia University is home to the worst antisemitic activity in the United States, according to a list compiled by the David Horowitz Freedom Center, a conservative think-tank based in California.
The Center unveiled its first list of the 10 US campuses with the worst antisemitic activity in 2014 as part of a new campaign entitled “Jew Hatred on Campus,” aimed at bringing awareness to antisemitism at colleges and universities throughout the nation. The group also says it seeks to encourage university administrators to withdraw privileges from the groups that spread hate on the campuses.
Of course, Barack Obama’s close friend, terrorist spokesman Rashid Khalidi, is the best known academic Jew-hater at Columbia. The Los Angeles Times has, for years, been withholding a video of a testimonial dinner in honor of Khalidi, in which Obama is seen offering a toast. Reportedly, so lavish is Obama’s praise for Khalidi, and so ugly his words about Israel, that the LA Times dares not release this damning tape.
According to the Center, Columbia University is listed first because it is home to the “most well-known antisemitic professors in the nation such as Rashid Khalidi and Joseph Massad, who has been accused of harassing Jewish students on multiple occasions. In addition, it is home to a highly active SJP chapter that has recently brought BDS founder Omar Barghouti and disgraced antisemitic professor Steven Salaita to campus.”
The Center also cited a number of offending events held at Columbia University in 2014, such as Israeli Apartheid Week and a protest with signs that read “Call to Action: Stand with Gaza.”
Cornell University came in second place followed by George Mason University, Loyola University Chicago, Portland State University, San Diego State University and San Francisco State University. Rounding off the list was Temple University, University of California Los Angeles and Vassar College.