Genocidal propaganda, presented in a tidy little package and tied with a big red ivy league bow. Revolting. How very Goebbels. Every Jewish dollar donor helping to fund these Ivy league indoctrination factories should be publicly shamed by the Jewish and Christian communities. Why are these Jewish Foundations funding antisemitism? This is not a matter of politics, left or right; this is a matter of ife and death. Is Jewish memory so short?
It's time to start to a website of shame, calling out Jews who are aiding and abetting this century's annihilationists. Universities talk about a wide range of opinion and give lip service to "diversity of opinion." But they won't have Robert Spencer, Nonie Darwish, Ibn Waraq or me speak. There is a prohibition on the truth.
Last year, Yale University terminated the Yale Initiative for the Interdisciplinary Study of Antisemitism (YIISA) after five years of successful operation. YIISA was the largest research unit in North America, devoted to "examining an issue of great antiquity and urgent contemporary significance. Its mission was defined clearly: "to explore this subject matter in a comprehensive, interdisciplinary framework from an array of approaches and perspectives as well as regional contexts."
The sharia brownshirts have the wind at their backs.
Endorsing the subjugation of the Jews as dhimmis under Islamic rule, and probable genocide. "Harvard to Host Conference of Hate," by Rachel Hirshfeld for Israel National News, February 19:Harvard University is going to be hosting a conference entitled “One State Conference: Israel/Palestine and the One State Solution,” scheduled to take place March 3-4.
According to the “Vision and Goals” of the conference, as outlined by its website:
“To date, the only Israel/Palestine solution that has received a fair rehearsal in mainstream forums has been the two-state solution. Our conference will help to expand the range of academic debate on this issue. Thus, our main goal is to educate ourselves and others about the possible contours of a one-state solution and the challenges that stand in the way of its realization.”
The conference was organized by a number of student groups including, Students for Justice in Palestine, the Palestine Caucus, the Arab Caucus, the Progressive Caucus, and the Association for Justice in the Middle East, all of which perpetrate an ideology based on the belief that Israel is an “apartheid state,” responsible for the “ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian population.”
Speakers include, Ali Abunimah, the Executive Director of the Electronic Intifada; Dalit Baum, of the BDS organization Coalition of Women for Peace; Ilan Pappe, radical left Israeli academic and fervent supporter of the BDS movement; Marc Ellis, Director of the Center for Jewish Studies at Baylor University, who compares Zionism to colonialism and Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians to the Nazi treatment of Jews; as well as a number of other academics and scholars who advocate similar beliefs....