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Chilling Moment When Top US College Presidents Refused To Condemn Calls For Genocide Of Jews

via PBS NewsHour
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The rise of anti-Semitism on American college campuses continues to cause concern for thousands of students, particularly at top universities such as the University of Pennsylvania, MIT, and Harvard. Notably, university presidents have failed to condemn the threats directly.

Overt hatred, harassment, and intimidation has been consistently faced by Jewish students from both peers and faculty at the universities, leading some to take a stand against the matter.

The university presidents’ responses to questions about condemning anti-Semitism have been heavily criticized, as most lack accountability surrounding anti-Semitism on their campuses. (Trending: Trump Announces Major Promise For 2024)

“In the school year prior to the October 7 attacks, almost 75% of Jewish college students in American directly experienced anti-Semitism,” a report noted.

“Does calling for the genocide of Jews violate your code of conduct or rules regarding bullying and harassment?” presidents were asked.

Not a single president gave a clear, “Yes.”

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