Monday, October 03, 2016

1930s redux …

… Anti-Semitism at My University, Hidden in Plain Sight - The New York Times. (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)

My fellow activists tend to dismiss the anti-Semitism that students like me experience regularly on campus. They don’t acknowledge the swastikas that I see carved into bathroom stalls, scrawled across walls or left on chalkboards. They don’t hear students accusing me of killing Jesus. They don’t notice professors glorifying anti-Semitic figures such as Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt or the leadership of Hezbollah, as mine have.
That's because they don't like Jews, like a good many other self-styled progressives these days.

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