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The antisemitism addiction

If antisemitic rhetoric is a drug, I guess you could say I tried it once in college and didn’t like it. But on elite campuses today? The kids are tripping on it hard. It’s past time to worry about an overdose.
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New York Solidarity Network Statement on the Passing of Joe Lieberman

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Iran attack widens rift between activist left and Dem moderates

The latest flashpoint in the Israel-Gaza war shows both sides calcifying their stances.

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After Antisemitic Allegations, USC Cancels Valedictorian’s Address

Trojans for Israel posted to social media that they “are deeply disappointed that the University chose to platform a student who would elevate the very voices who target, harass, and exclude Jewish students.”

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Mayor hosts forum to combat antisemitism and other forms of hate, but some invitees skip meeting

About 20 elected officials and community organizers discussed ways the city can combat antisemitism, though attendees said it was just the start of the conversation. Ald. Debra Silverstein (50th) said the gesture was ‘hollow.’

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2 School Districts to Testify as Congress Expands Antisemitism Inquiry

A congressional committee that questioned college presidents about how they have handled protests over the Israel-Hamas war is now focusing on K-12 school districts.

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Councilmember Shahana Hanif ignores Jew-hatred

Well before Hamas murdered around 1,200 people and kidnapped another 240 hostages on Oct. 7, Hanif tweeted direct calls to violence like “Globalize the Intifada,” a Hamas terrorist campaign of suicide bombings that killed close to 2,000 Israelis.

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Disturbing moment anti-Israel protesters swarm NYC subway chanting, ‘Iran, you make us proud’

Alarming video shows anti-Israel protesters taking over a New York City subway car and horrifying Jewish riders with sick antisemitic chants — even saying they were “proud” of Iran for attacking Israel.

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