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The following campuses have been in the news for antisemitic activity within the last 60 days:



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10 Forms of Antisemitic Activity

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  1. Denying Jews Their Right to Self-Determination
  2. Using Symbols and Images Associated with Historical Anti-Semitism
  3. Comparing Jews to Nazis
  4. Accusing Jews and Israel of Inventing or Exaggerating the Holocaust
  5. Demonizing Israel
  6. Delegitimizing Israel
  7. Holding Israel to a Double Standard
  8. Promoting Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions Against Israel
  9. Condoning Terrorism Against Jews, Supporting Terrorist Organizations
  10. Targeting Jewish Students for Discrimination, Harassment, or Intimidation

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Guest commentary: When an obsession with Israel enters the abyss of anti-Semitism

The California Legislature recently took a courageous step and unanimously passed a resolution that “urges each University of California campus to adopt a resolution condemning all forms of anti-Semitism.”

The frightening rise in anti-Semitism on American college and university campuses has been well-documented. In fact, a study released by Trinity College and the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law earlier this year found that 54 percent of Jewish college students experienced or witnessed anti-Semitism on campus this past year.

And a newer study released this summer by Brandeis University found that three-quarters of North American Jewish college students were exposed to anti-Semitism and one-third report having been harassed.

In addition, one-quarter of students in the Brandeis University study describe hostility toward Israel on campus as a “fairly” or “very big” problem and nearly one-quarter report having been blamed for Israel’s actions simply because they are Jewish. Read more »

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Kudos to Congressman Brad Sherman for calling on dozens of universities in California to adopt the definition of anti-Semitism promulgated by the U.S. Department of State.

Kudos to California Assembly’s Higher Education Committee for passing SCR-35 which uses the U.S. State Department definition to define antisemitism and calls on each University of California campus to adopt a resolution condemning all forms of antisemitism.

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