Colleges & Universities

Resources for Students:

The Case for a Class Action RICO Lawsuit Against SJP to Combat Campus Antisemitism by Gregg Roman, The Middle East Forum Observer, April 29, 2024 (see also Part 2: Using the Anti-Klan Act to Address Campus Antisemitism, April 30, 2024)

U.S. Campuses: Grooming Terrorists by Bassam Tawil, Gatestone Institute, April 29

The Middle Easternization of American Campuses: The Problem and Its Solution, podcast with Neetu Arnold (summary by by Marilyn Stern), Middle East Forum, April 15, 2024 (includes video, 44’51”)

Campus Antisemitism Report Card, ADL, April 2024 (see also The ADL’s new ‘report card’ for campus antisemitism gets an F from Hillel and some Jewish students by Andrew Lapin, Jewish News Syndicate, April 12, 2024)

How Anti-Zionist Faculty Captured a University of California Campus and What It Means for the Future of Jews in America by Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, The Algemeiner, April 12, 2024

Today, in Canada, it is like Nazi Germany in the 1930s. by Paul Finlayson, Future of Jewish, April 9, 2024

But I, as a Canadian “Gentile,” will live and die a friend of the Jewish People.

Does Suing Colleges for Antisemitism Actually Work? by Eli Lake, The Free Press, March 28, 2024

At least 50 U.S. universities have been sued for Jew-hatred on campus since October 7. Will it solve the problem?

The War at Stanford by Theo Baker, The Atlantic, March 26, 2024 [also here]

The way to address antisemitism on college campuses is to defund and deport by Asaf Romirowsky, The Jerusalem Post, March 22, 2024

Berkeley Is a Safe Space for Hate by Daniel Solomon, Tablet, March 17, 2024

Thuggish intimidation of Jewish students and teachers is the new normal as leftist brownshirts topple once-heralded free speech bastion

Academic Agitators: The Role of Anti-Zionist Faculty Activism in Escalating Antisemitism at the University of California After October 7, 2023, AMCHA Initiative, March 2024

Antisemitism Discrimination Complaints and Lawsuits (through April 2024)

Rising Antisemitism on Campus Demands a Strong Legal Offense by Carly F. Gammill, The Algemeiner, February 7, 2024

Why Campus Antisemitism Matters by Leonard Saxe, Tablet, February 5, 2024

Studies and polls of American Jewish students reveal a startling degree of anxiety and fear

Video (19’52”): U.S. Colleges Teaching Hate: American Miseducation, The Free Press, January 30, 2024

Fighting the Hamas Monster on Campus by Ellie Cohanim and Kenneth Marcus, Jewish Policy Center, InFOCUS, Winter 2024

How to Fix Harvard by Bill Ackman, The Free Press, January 3, 2024

Claudine Gay’s ouster won’t change things. The college needs a complete overhaul, starting with a resignation of the board and the removal of DEI from every corner of the institution.

Video (3’31”): U.S. Representative Elise Stefanik questions the presidents of the Univ. of Pennsylvania, Harvard, and MIT on whether calling for the genocide of Jews violates their schools’ codes of conduct or rules regarding bullying and harassment, Congressional hearing, Twitter, December 5, 2023

Selective Sympathy: The Double Standard in Confronting Jewish Student Trauma & Antisemitism After the October 7th Massacre, AMCHA Initiative, December 2023

The Crisis in Higher Education and Advice for Donors by Alex Joffe and Asaf Romirowsky, RealClearWorld, December 21, 2023

A Truly Terrible Idea on Campus Anti-Semitism by Seth Mandel, Commentary, November 30, 2023

DEI is responsible for a fair share of the rise in anti-Semitism on campus and the alacrity with which it has spread. It cannot be molded to include Jews.

Where Free Speech Ends and Lawbreaking Begins by Ilya Shapiro, The Free Press, November 27, 2023

The First Amendment does not give carte blanche to intimidation and harassment.

The way out of the campus conundrum by Mark Goldfeder, eJewishPhilanthropy, November 17, 2023

The academy promotes Hamas by Alex Joffe and Asaf Romirowsky, Jewish News Syndicate, November 13, 2023

Seven Steps to Protect Jewish Students: A Follow Up Letter to Cornell Leadership by David Suissa, Jewish Journal, November 9, 2023

As hostility grows, a group of concerned alumni offers seven concrete steps to protect Jewish students that can apply to any college.

Israel-Hamas War Proves America’s Ivy League Colleges Are Festering With Violent Antisemitism – Part One by Rachel O’Donoghue, Honest Reporting, November 5, 2023

How two Dartmouth professors are addressing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (with 8’43” audio) by Scott Simon, Matthew Schuerman, and Fernando Narro Roman, NPR Weekend Edition, November 4, 2023

Letter to the President of Harvard University Claudine Gay by Bill Ackman, Twitter, November 4, 2023

A Devil’s Bargain on Campus: What Compels College Students to ‘Stand in Solidarity’ with Hamas? by A.J. Caschetta, Campus Watch, November 1, 2023

The answer lies in the toxic mix of politics, ignorance, and antisemitism emanating from the failure of American academia, especially the field of Middle East studies.

Campus safety now a top priority for Jewish students choosing colleges by Gabby Deutch, Jewish Insider, November 1, 2023

As early decision applications are due, high school students are factoring in which schools are speaking out against anti-Jewish hate.

The shameful antisemitism of “Elite Institutions” by Gil Mandelzis, CTech, October 29, 2023

I hope in moments of true reflection, university leaders will understand that what you do is who you are.

Campus Radicals and Leftist Groups Have Embraced the Idea of ‘Settler Colonialism’ by Adam Kirsch, The Wall Street Journal, October 26, 2023

A political theory about Israel—and the U.S.—helps explain why some extremists excused Hamas’s massacre.

When You Realize Nearly Everyone In Your University Wants You Dead by Andrew Pessin, Legal Insurrection, October 22, 2023

How, how, how did this come to pass? There is no evil like the academic who provides the ideological foundation for the extermination of a people, and insists that you call that program “virtue.”

Sounding the alarm by Yonah Hain, Columbia Spectator, October 24, 2023 (see also Columbia SJP Open Letter, October 9, 2023)

The Columbia University community has lost its moral compass.

Combating antisemitism on college campuses like UPenn by Ted Deutch, The Jerusalem Post, October 5, 2023

Colleges and universities across the US have an opportunity and responsibility to take bold action and reassert strong commitments to safe communities for their Jewish students.

BDS resolutions on college campuses have almost disappeared. What comes next? by Haley Cohen,, October 5, 2023

A decade ago, there were dozens of efforts to get universities to divest from Israel; this past year, there were three.

Anti-Zionist Harassment Is Against the Law, Too by Alyza D. Lewin, Sapir, Vol. 10, Summer 2023

The Biden administration has put the serious capabilities of the Civil Rights Act to use to protect Jewish students on campus.

Why DEI Programs Can’t Address Campus Antisemitism by Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, Sapir, Vol. 10, Summer 2023

They’re too political to help Jewish students.

Lawsuits are key to fighting antisemitism by Phyllis Chesler, Jewish News Syndicate, April 20, 2023

The Limits of Academic Freedom by Mark Goldfeder, Newsweek, January 17, 2023

Falling Through the Cracks: How School Policies Deny Jewish Students Equal Protection from Antisemitism, AMCHA Initiative, December 2022 (see also New report reveals why universities fail to protect Jewish and Zionist students, Jewish News Syndicate, December 14, 2022

Why We Filed a Civil Rights Claim Against UC Berkeley Law School by Arsen Ostrovsky and Gabriel Groisman, Newsweek, November 23, 2022

Why Ivy League Schools Get an “F” on Campus Antisemitism by Dan Diker, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, November 10, 2022

The latest report by the “Stop Antisemitism” monitoring group on campus antisemitism paints a dark picture.

Campus Antisemitism & the Assault on Jewish Identity, AMCHA Initiative, November 2022

Anti-Israel Activism on U.S. Campuses, 2021-2022, ADL, October 12, 2022

Academic Israel-haters throw a fit over Israel Studies by Mitchell Bard, Jewish News Syndicate, October 6, 2022

That faculty and administrators believe they are entitled to money without any obligation or accountability is an expression of the arrogance of the academy today.

How anti-Israel faculty are radicalizing US campuses by Miriam F. Elman, The Jerusalem Post, September 28, 2022

Higher education institutions should not be tolerating offensive and demoralizing anti-Zionist speech and harassment that make Jewish and Zionist students feel unsafe and unwelcome.

College Newspapers Are ‘Obsessed With Israel’ and Produce ‘Extremely Biased’ Coverage, Watchdog Says by Alana Goodman, The Washington Free Beacon, September 20, 2022 (see also: Institutional Bias: Campus Newspapers and Israel, Alums for Campus Fairness)

The Fight for the Future of Israel Studies by Mari Cohen, Jewish Currents, Summer 2022

Donors view Israel studies as a vehicle for countering Palestine activism on campus. But many of the scholars they fund don’t toe the line.

Middle East Professors Boycott Israel — Where’s the Moral Outrage? by Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, The Algemeiner, June 8, 2022

The BDS Pound of Flesh by Einat Wilf, Tablet, May 10, 2022

Using lies and social pressure to force students to disavow Israel is a strategy aimed at raising the psychic and professional cost of being Jewish

At Harvard, Facts Are For Losers by Dara Horn, Common Sense, May 8, 2022

It turns out that SAT scores cannot provide immunity to propaganda.

Efforts to Boycott Israel Grow on Campus by Alexander Joffe, The Algemeiner, May 2, 2022

Can the Academy Be Saved from Anti-Zionism? by Rachel Fish, Sapir Vol. 5, Spring 2022

Controversy Over Israel Studies at University of Washington Did Not Have To Happen by Michael Poliakoff, Forbes, April 12, 2022

Honey, they shrunk MESA by Martin Kramer, The Times of Israel, April 1, 2022 (see also MESA’s Israel boycott encapsulates everything wrong with academia by Asaf Romirowsky and Alex Joffe, The Jerusalem Post, March 26, 2022)

Study shows pro-BDS faculty members contribute to campus anti-Semitism, Jewish News Syndicate, March 17, 2022

Titled “Faculty Academic Boycotters: Ground Zero for Campus Antisemitism,” it explored anti-Semitic activity at universities starting from the onset of the 11-day conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza last May through the end of the 2020-21 academic year.

University of Washington to Continue Israel Studies Program Despite Funding Controversy by Dion J. Pierre, The Algemeiner, March 3, 2022 (see also UW returns $5M to donor after disagreement over professor’s views on Israel by Nina Shapiro, Seattle Times, March 5, 2022)

A Clear Guide for Combating Campus Antisemitism by Miriam F. Elman and Joshua Suchoff, The Algemeiner, March 1, 2022

Donor yanks Israel Studies endowment at U of Washington over professor’s Israel criticism by Andrew Lapin, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, February 24, 2022 (see also What Happened to Jewish Studies? by Emily Alhadeff, The Cholent, February 20, 2022)

Video: When the Middle East Studies Association Votes BDS… with William Jacobson (32’02”), Middle East Forum, January 14, 2022

The Anti-Israel Movement on U.S. Campuses, 2020-2021, ADL, December 2021

Inclusion Delusion: The Antisemitism of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Staff at Universities by Jay Greene, Ph.D. and James Paul, The Heritage Foundation, December 8, 2021

Universities ostensibly employ diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) staff to create more tolerant and welcoming environments for students from all backgrounds. A previous Heritage Backgrounder documented that the number of people devoted to DEI efforts has grown quite large, with 45 people working to promote DEI at the average university. This Backgrounder examines whether these large DEI staff are, in fact, engaged in behavior likely to promote the goal of creating a tolerant and welcoming environment on college campuses. In particular, this Backgrounder examines the extent to which DEI staff at universities express anti-Israel attitudes that are so out of proportion and imbalanced as to constitute antisemitism.

Video: Alumni Spotlight with Prof. Andrew Pessin (57’14”, on ‘cancel culture’ and his new novel Evergreen), Alums for Campus Fairness, December 2, 2021)

To the students who walked out on Palestinian-Israeli dialogue by Yossi Klein Halevi, The Times of Israel, November 23, 2021

I’ve learned you can’t cancel a people: Mohammed Darawshe and I are modeling a painful conversation about injustice and existential fears

The moral incoherence of an academic boycott against Israel by Richard L. Cravatts, Jewish News Syndicate, October 29, 2021

There is another, far darker and more pernicious aspect to the call by Virginia Tech graduate students for a boycott of Israeli universities—Israeli academics would be suppressed and robbed of the ability to speak.

It’s Time to Protect Jewish Students on College Campuses by Lauri B. Regan, Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET), September 1, 2021

Audio: Gen Z (and their Questions) Return to Campus (41’02”), Identity/Crisis Podcast No. 66 with Danielle Kranjec, Jessica Lott, and Charlie Schwartz, Hartman Institute, August 31, 2021

Rabbis Jessica Lott (Northwestern Hillel) and Charlie Schwartz (Center for Jewish and Israel Education at Hillel International) join Hartman’s Director of Campus Initiatives Danielle Kranjec to shed light on what has changed in the last, disrupted year of college education. They discuss how generational shifts do and don’t inform conversations about Israel, how geography and demographics impact pluralism, and how big the tent is – or should be – on campus.

A Growing Threat: Antisemitism on College Campuses, A Survey of College Students and Recent Alums on Campus Antisemitism by Alums for Campus Fairness, August 2021

The “Antisemitism/Anti-Israel” Phenomenon: What Do Israeli Campus Professionals Think? by Dr. Irwin J. Mansdorf, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, Jerusalem Issue Briefs Vol. 21, No. 13, August 16, 2021

Academia’s Anti-Israel Propaganda Brainwashes Students by A.J. Caschetta, The American Spectator, June 25, 2021

They peddle lies and issue denials in “solidarity with the Palestinian people.”

Is Academic Freedom a Casualty of the Gaza War? by Cary Nelson, Inside Higher Education, June 3, 2021

The national effort to organize an entire academic discipline around anti-Zionism represents a new and dangerous phase in the politicization of academe.

Planning for Antisemitism in Planned Giving to Universities by Yael Lerman, The Algemeiner, March 22, 2021

Stop hate at Brown University by Bassem Eid, Jewish News Syndicate, February 3, 2021

New attacks on Israel and Zionism may fuel campus anti-Semitism by Sean Savage, Jewish News Syndicate, January 19, 2021

“I would urge college and university stakeholders to pay special attention to the way in which schools handle the harassment of Jewish and pro-Israel students, and whether it’s consistent with how they treat all other students on campus,” Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, co-founder and director of the AMCHA Initiative, told JNS.

New York court rules against Students for Justice in Palestine in Fordham case by Melissa Weiss, Jewish Insider, December 23, 2020 (see also: Appeals court overturns ruling forcing Fordham University to recognize SJP chapter, Jewish News Syndicate, December 22, 2020)

The decision overturned a 2019 ruling that forced Fordham University to recognize the group as an official campus organization

Extent of Anti-Israel Hate Exposed at San Francisco State University by Elder of Ziyon, The Algemeiner, December 15, 2020

Are universities producing the anti-Israel foot soldiers? by Irit Tratt, The Jerusalem Post, December 2, 2020

The last three decades have ushered in a hostile discourse surrounding Israel on university campuses.

New initiatives join forces to battle anti-Semitism on college campuses, Jewish News Syndicate, October 29, 2020

Hillel International and the Academic Engagement Network will partner to improve the climate for Jewish, Zionist and all students.

At USC, 2 determined women spoke out. Ugly attacks over racism, anti-Semitism, Zionism took over by Teresa Watanabe, Los Angeles Times, October 18, 2020

College Administrators Must Address Anti-Semitism on Their Campuses by Lauri B. Regan and Asaf Romirowsky, Newsweek, September 11, 2020

Congressman takes up students’ claims of anti-Israel bias at UC Berkeley by Gabe Stutman, J./The Jewish News of Northern California, August 18, 2020

Three Jewish Students Forced Out of USC Student Government for Pro-Israel Views by Daniel Greenfield,, August 17, 2020

Students for Justice in Palestine purges Jews from USC student government

The Real Problem on College Campuses Is Zionophobia by David Suissa, Jewish Journal, August 7, 2020

There must be consequences for students who harass other students because of their Zionist identity, just as there is for other forms of harassment.

Brown University Goes All in for Palestine by A.J. Caschetta, The American Spectator, July 22, 2020

They’ve created America’s first-ever chair in Palestinian Studies.

The right – and wrong – way to handle anti-Semitism on college campus by Yael Lerman, StandWithUs, July 6, 2020

Understanding Campus Antisemitism in 2019 and Its Lessons for Pandemic and Post-Pandemic U.S. Campuses July 2020, AMCHA Initiative, July 2020

The Dean of BDS? by Steven Lubet, The Bulwark, June 29, 2020

Ilana Feldman cannot pledge to refuse to collaborate with Israeli universities and also function as a college dean.

Outrage Greets Pro-BDS Petition to University of California Blaming Israel for Teaching Methods That Killed George Floyd by Benjamin Kerstein, The Algemeiner, June 4, 2020

Normalizing Palestinian Scholarship and Anti-Semitism in the Nation’s Capital by Asaf Romirowsky, Newsweek, May 21, 2020

George Washington U Appoints BDSer Ilana Feldman to Top Position

New York’s universities stand up against BDS and anti-Semitism by Asaf Romirowsky and Benjamin Weinthal, New York Daily News, May 1, 2020

Even In a Pandemic, Columbia Students Promote BDS by Tamara Berens, Mosaic, March 31, 2020

They can’t vote in person right now, but that’s not stopping undergraduates at one of the world’s most prestigious universities from trying to pass a boycott of Israel.

Georgetown Gets a Title VI Wakeup Call by Winfield Myers, The American Spectator, January 10, 2020

The days of using federal funding for anti-Semitic programs may be over.

Video: Addressing Jewish Identity on Campus in Today’s Tense Climate (56’59”), Unpacked for Educators, January 2020

Where does today’s young Jew fit in on college campus? Jerusalem U’s Noam Weissman in conversation with Zioness Founder and Executive Director Amanda Berman.

AMCHA Study Suggests Pro-BDS Faculty Promote Their Views in Class by Aaron Bandler, Jewish Journal, January 8, 2020 (see also Bringing BDS into the Classroom, AMCHA Initiative, January 2020)

Anti-Israel Activists On Campus Have Made Ignorance A Virtue by Seffi Kogen, Forward, December 4, 2019

Jewish Students Must Stop ‘Debating’ the Hate against Them and Start Fighting It by Ari Hoffman and Johnny Harounoff, The Forward, November 26, 2019

How BDS Mainstreamed Antisemitism on the American Campus — and Beyond by Adam Milstein, The Algemeiner, November 5, 2019

Campus BDS threat shifting to academic boycotts by Zev Hurwitz, Jewish News Syndicate, August 29, 2019

Such activists are relentless, open to shifting their strategy to use campuses to try to punish Israel while vilifying Jewish students in pursuit of their cause.

Before you head to campus, read this by Sally Abrams, The Times of Israel, August 7, 2019

When it comes to Israel, if you don’t want to be an activist and you don’t want to say nothing, you can engage with nuance and sophistication. Here’s how.

At Oberlin and Elsewhere [Univ. of Missouri and Evergreen State College], Anti-Semitism Was Canary in the Coal Mine by Karen Bekker, RealClearPolitics, August 2, 2019

Elly Schanzer’s ‘Early Decision’ to Reject NYU By Phil Jacobs, New Jersey Jewish Link, June 6, 2019

I’m proud to have been a plaintiff in anti-Semitism lawsuit against SFSU by Charles Volk, J. (The Jewish News of Northern California), May 29, 2019

Brother where art thou? A call to join the defense of Israel’s right to exist by Ariel Bem, The Times of Israel, May 19, 2019

On a visit to US colleges with Reservists on Duty, I found not only anti-Zionism, but also anti-Semitism in the mainstream

Is there room in the academy for honest scholarship on Israel? by Jonathan S. Tobin, Jewish News Syndicate, May 17, 2019

The smearing of scholars for publishing a journal that examined misleading attacks on the Jewish state exposes the intellectual dishonesty of academic Israel-bashers.

85 Organizations Commend University of Michigan for Adoption of Blue Ribbon Panel Report, AMCHA Initiative, May 15, 2019 (see also University of Michigan Blue Ribbon Panel Report, March 21, 2019)

“[A]s faculty members make judgements and act in their role as teachers, they must do so based solely on educational and professional reasons.”

On Campus, Thou Shalt Not Support Israel by Richard Baehr, American Thinker, May 8, 2019

Get Out by Liel Leibovitz, Tablet, May 6, 2019

American universities have become whirlpools of downward mobility that target the people and the ideas that they once cherished and protected. It’s time for Jews to stop paying for them.

A Rocket Hit My House. Now BDS Wants Me Out. by Shir Kidron, The Cornell Daily Sun, April 7, 2019

17 UC Berkeley Professors Warn ‘Discriminatory’ BDS Campaign Poses ‘Clear and Direct Threat to Academic Freedom’ by Shiri Moshe, The Algemeiner, March 21, 2019

University of Michigan and Pitzer College are Just the Tip of the Iceberg by Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, Jewish News Syndicate, January 22, 2019

University of California first to issue condemnation of faculty support for BDS, Jewish News Syndicate, December 13, 2018

The University of California became the first institution of higher education to issue a condemnation against faculty support for BDS in the aftermath of cases at the University of Michigan and Pitzer College.

Your tax dollars at work: Inciting the next generation of Israel-haters on campus by Gary Schiff, Jewish News Syndicate, November 29, 2018

We are funding the academic headquarters for anti-Israel incitement [Middle East Studies programs].

An Israeli Agent on Campus by Ari Blaff, Quillette, November 9, 2018

SPME statement on the University of Michigan, Scholars for Peace in the Middle East, October 15, 2018

Taking back the quad as part of strategic efforts to support Israel by Jacob Kamaras, Jewish News Syndicate, September 13, 2018

Launched in 2015, Maccabee Task Force is doubling its footprint this academic year in the campus battle against BDS. MTF executive director David Brog outlines a detailed, four-pronged strategy to do so.

Anti-Zionist attacks at universities have increased—yet schools aren’t doing anything by Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, The Hill, August 17, 2018

How Sheldon Adelson just might be turning the tide against BDS on US campuses by David Horovitz, The Times of Israel, July 3, 2018

David Brog, head of the Maccabee Task Force, says a savvy action plan, lots of money and a focus on empowering (almost) all pro-Israel students are gradually ‘taking back the quad’

A new approach to fighting campus anti-Semitism by Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, Jewish News Syndicate, June 12, 2018

In the wake of recent controversies involving the disruption and canceling of campus events, many university leaders have adopted the University of Chicago’s statement on freedom of speech—a statement that has become the gold standard on free speech for universities across the country.

A Disproportional Response, Divest This, May 16, 2018

The Campus Intersectionality Craze by Elliot Kaufman, Commentary, May 14, 2018

The latest academic trend is blind to anti-Semitism

‘Definition of insanity’: Israel loses at George Washington University by Jack Saltzberg, Jewish News Syndicate, April 19, 2018

The war against BDS on campus will change when one student in one university decides that it’s time to stop this madness, go on the offensive and put BDS on trial instead of Israel.

How BDS Is Undermining Academic Freedom by Jonathan Marks, Mosaic, April 18, 2018

In pursuit of openly political ends, some professors risk destroying the principles and safeguards that for over a century have protected the freedom of their colleagues.

The Silencing of Pro-Israel Students on Campus by Andrew Pessin and Doron Ben-Atar, Tablet, March 20, 2018

Campus anti-Israelism isn’t merely an attack on Israel, or even Jews in general. It is an attack on the very norms and values of the university—and with it, on the norms and values at the heart of Western civilization.

Middle East Studies Association Panel Reserves Outrage Only for Israel by Mitchell Bard, The Algemeiner, December 21, 2017

The Limits of Hostility: Students Report on Antisemitism and anti-Israel sentiment at Four US Universities by Graham Wright, Michelle Shain, Shahar Hecht, and Leonard Saxe, Steinhardt Social Research Institute at Brandeis University, December 2017

Anti-Zionism on Campus: The University, Free Speech, and BDS by Andrew Pessin and Doron S. Ben-Atar (Eds.)

Campus Antisemitism and Pseudo-Intellectual Complicity by Rachel Hirshfeld, The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP), Flashpoint 49, December 11, 2017 (A critique of Kelman et al, “Safe and on the Sidelines: Jewish Students and the Israel-Palestine Conflict on Campus,” The Research Group of the Concentration in Education and Jewish Studies, Stanford University, September 2017)

These pro-Israel students remain steadfast in midst of anti-Semitic whirlwind by Cathryn J. Prince , The Times of Israel, October 14, 2017

With white supremacy on the right and anti-Zionism on the left, it’s choppy waters for Jews on campus who express their support for the Jewish state

Sheldon Adelson group changes how it’s selling Israel on campus by Ron Kampeas, The Times of Israel, October 4, 2017

The Maccabee Task Force is quietly making inroads among college progressives who have been a focus for anti-Israel activity

The Campus Israel Wars Are Not About Israel by Daniel Kohn, Forward, September 27, 2017

The College Witch Hunt Began With Jews by Dexter Van Zile, The Algemeiner, June 21, 2017

San Francisco State University Accused of Pervasive Anti-Semitism in Groundbreaking Federal Lawsuit Filed by Students and Members of the Jewish Community, The Lawfare Project, June 19, 2017

Boots on America’s Campuses by Adam Milstein, The Jerusalem Post, June 10, 2017

Should we be Taking Student Government Divestment Votes Seriously? Divest This, April 26, 2017

[I]t might be time to stop tracking success or failure of the BDS “movement” (or Israel’s standing among the young) based on what a handful of Student Senators say or do.

The Bigotry of “Intersectionality” by Alan M. Dershowitz, Gatestone Institute, March 29, 2017

How to Be Pro-Palestinian on Campus Without Being An Antisemite by Andrew Pessin, The Times of Israel, March 22, 2017

Antisemitism: At the Epicenter of Campus Intolerance by The AMCHA Initiative, April 2017

Antisemitic Activity in 2016 at U.S. Colleges and Universities With the Largest Jewish Undergraduate Populations

Campus Free Speech, Academic Freedom, and the Problem of the BDS Movement, The American Council of Trustees and Alumni, March 2017

One of the greatest threats to academic freedom in the United States today is the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement, an international political effort designed to undermine economic and cultural exchange with the state of Israel. [….]  Anti-Israel groups have attempted to pressure boards of trustees into taking a side in the Israel-Palestine dispute and shutting down relations with Israeli institutions, in violation of their institutional neutrality and responsibility to maintain academic freedom. [T]his essay provides recommendations for actions trustees can take to protect academic freedom and individual rights, safeguard their institutional neutrality, and create a strong campus culture with diverse viewpoints.

As a British Israeli, why must I be vilified for Israel’s actions? by Joshua Zitser, Telegraph, February 27, 2017

American Historical Association: On the Wrong Side of History by Richard L. Cravatts, The Jewish Voice, February 1, 2017

The intersectionality of fools by Dominic Green, The New Criterion, January 2017

[University] faculty and students have campaigned to boycott China and India over the status of Tibet and Kashmir, to reject Chinese and Indian funding, and to shun collaboration with individual Chinese and Indian researchers. There have been organized assaults upon Chinese guest speakers and propaganda campaigns inciting students to purge universities of Chinese or Indian “influence,” including that of American citizens with a Chinese or Indian background. When students of Indian background object, they are informed that, wittingly or not, they are part of a global Hindu conspiracy.

The Campus War Against Israel and the Jews by Bruce Thornton,, January 5, 2017 (a review of Dispatches from the Campus War against Israel and Jews, edited by Richard L. Cravatts)

Fostering vicious lies about a bastion of liberal democracy in a sea of tyranny and hate.

The 40 Worst Colleges for Jewish Students, 2016, The Algemeiner, December 2016: 1st Annual List of the US and Canada’s Worst Campuses for Jewish Students

How to fight the anti-Israel BDS movement by Jack Saltzberg, The Los Angeles Times, December 21, 2016

The Good News You Don’t Hear From Campus by Mitchell Bard, The Times of Israel, December 20, 2016

Hate Spaces: The Politics of Intolerance on Campus (Film Review) by Miriam Elman, Legal Insurrection, December 17, 2016 (see also “Hate Spaces”: American Colleges and Their Jewish Students by Lori Lowenthal Marcus, The Jewish Press, November 29, 2016)

Colleges aren’t just politically correct — they’re anti-Semitic by Andrea Peyser, The New York Post, December 5, 2016

Video: Hate Spaces: The Politics of Intolerance on Campus (Trailer, 2’24”), Americans for Peace and Tolerance, November 23, 2016

Brooklyn College, Northwestern, U of California Among Top ‘Hotspots’ of Campus Jew-Hatred, New Study Finds by Lea Speyer, The Algemeiner, October 20, 2016

Anti-Semitism on Campus Is Not Just Uncivil, It’s Intolerant by Tammi Rossman Benjamin, Newsweek, September 28, 2016

BDS said giving way to more disruptive anti-Israel activism on campus by Rebecca Shimoni Stoil, The Times of Israel, September 6, 2016

Israel on Campus Coalition data points to rise in carefully orchestrated protests, but notes that BDS is still growing among one group: Jews

So you’re a Jew and you’re starting college? Prepare for anti-Zionism by Molly Harris, The Washington Post, August 23, 2016

Sheldon Adelson Deploys Task Force to Combat Soaring Campus Anti-Semitism by Paul Miller, Observer, August 9, 2016

Head of Maccabee Task Force: “BDS won’t be going away anytime soon—and neither will we”

Alarming Spike in Campus Anti-Semitism During 1st Half of 2016, AMCHA Initiative, July 26, 2016

Shutdowns/suppression of speech nearly doubled; Divestment resolutions linked to anti-Semitism surge

#BDSFail on Campus by Mitchell Bard, The Jerusalem Post: Part 1, July 13; Part 2, July 26, 2016

Is Anti-Zionism on Campus a Passing Nuisance, or a Fundamental Threat? By Suzanne Garment, Mosaic, June 6, 2016

The answer might come down to how well America can resist the influence of European-style anti-Semitism.

‘A constant barrage of anti-Israeli propaganda at UCLA’ by Nitsan Keidar, Arutz Sheva/Israel National News, June 1, 2016

Jewish Diplomatic Corps member reveals the rising tide of ‘anti-Semitic accusations’ on campus, as pro-Palestinians gain steam. (see also video: interview with Oleg Ivanov, 3’24”)

At the Epicenter of BDS by Sarah N. Stern, Israel Hayom, May 22, 2016

Anti-Semitism Goes to School by Ruth Wisse, Mosaic, May 4, 2016: “Anti-Semitism on American college campuses is rising—and worsening. Where does it come from, and can it be stopped?”

Want To Keep Students from Turning to BDS? Try Mock Peace Negotiations With a Twist by David Makovsky and Ghaith Al-Omari, The Forward, April 25, 2016

Israel Shaming on College Campuses by Liz Wahl, The Jerusalem Post, April 21, 2016

Anti-Zionism Is Anti-Semitism. Get Over It. by Liel Leibovitz, Tablet, April 13, 2016

Anti-Zionism and Anti-Semitism by Nevet Basker, The Times of Israel, April 4, 2016

Colleges have become hypersensitive to racial prejudice. Why not anti-Semitism? by Lawrence H. Summers, The Washington Post, March 31, 2016

It has seemed to me that a vast double standard regarding what constitutes prejudice exists on American college campuses. There is hypersensitivity to prejudice against most minority groups but what might be called hyper-insensitivity to anti-Semitism.

BDS and The Lie of Academic Free Speech by Richard L. Cravatts, American Thinker, March 23, 2016

‘Intersectionality’ and the Bizarre World of Hating Israel by Ziva Dahl, The Observer, March 15, 2016: “Bogus new linkages blame Jewish state for basically everything”

First Hard Evidence Released That Anti-Zionism Fueling Escalation in Campus Anti-Semitism: BDS, SJP, & faculty boycotters strongest predictors of anti-Semitism at schools nationwide, AMCHA Initiative, March 14, 2016 (full report, Antisemitic Activity Report: Antisemitic Activity in 2015 at U.S. Colleges and Universities with the Largest Jewish Undergraduate Populations, AMCHA Initiative, March 2016)

Video: Campus Antisemitism (3’47”), 12Tribe Films, March 2016

Report: Anti-Israel campus activists shifting strategies, facing internal divisions, JTA, February 19, 2016

In the Safe Spaces on Campus, No Jews Allowed by Anthony Berteaux, The Tower Issue 35, February 2016

College students have risen up to fight racism on campuses across the country. But it is often those very same students who subject Jewish students to anti-Semitism

How About a Little Good Campus News? by Mitchell Bard, The Jerusalem Post, February 25, 2016

Report: Anti-Israel campus activists shifting strategies, facing internal divisions, JTA, February 19, 2016 (see also Despite BDS Hype, Campus Anti-Israel Activity Dips by 15% by Nathan Guttman, The Forward, February 18, 2016 and Fall 2015 Campus Trend Report, Israel on Campus Coalition, February 2016)

How the BDS Movement turns left-wing students into Jew-haters by Sara Dogan,, February 18, 2016

5 Things You Need to Know about BDS on Campus, AJC, February 11, 2016

A new way to respond to BDS, without resorting to Bullying, Deceiving, and Smearing: Part I by Andrew Pessin, The Times of Israel, February 8, 2016

Attacking BDS From The Left by Hannah Dreyfus, The Jewish Week, January 13, 2016

Academics counter ‘Orwellian’ linkage of Israel protests with other progressive issues.

Strategy Emerging On Adelson BDS Effort by Gary Rosenblatt, The Jewish Week, December 9, 2015

We must defeat BDS macro-aggression by Mark G. Yudof, The Times of Israel, December 9, 2015 (see also: BDS and Campus Politics: A Bad Romance by Mark Yudof, Inside Higher Ed, December 14, 2015)

BDS challenges not only Israeli policies, but also its legitimacy and right to exist. Doubtless, some Israeli policies aggravate and exacerbate the situation. But at bottom, BDS seeks demolition of the Jewish state and not reform of its policies. [….] The objective is delegitimization. The goal: not better policy, but no polity. The BDS narrative also often strays into anti-Semitism. Jews are portrayed as privileged, powerful, rich and politically nefarious. They have too much influence with Congress, state legislatures, media, corporate sector and nonprofits.

Caught In The Middle In New Campus Wars: Collision of racial justice, Israel, free speech issues putting Jewish students in bind. by Hannah Dreyfus, The Jewish Week, December 8, 2015

Why campus anti-racism protests are bad for the Jews by Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, December 7, 2015

Alternative Judaism: Taking Israel Out of Judaism by Lex,, November 19, 2015

Video: Regent Bonnie Reiss’ Speech Concerning Antisemitism on Campus (8’13”), University of California Regents meeting, November 19, 2015 (see also A staggering 70% of Jewish students experienced anti-Semitism at UC by Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, The Times of Israel, November 17, 2015)

Hateful BDS Tactics Employed by Student Groups Remain a “Deeply Troubling Phenomenon,” Says ADL’s CEO, The Anti-Defamation League, November 18, 2015

How the Maccabees will fight BDS by David Brog, The Times of Israel, October 23, 2015 (see rebuttal: The Wrong Way To Fight BDS by Gary Rosenblatt, The Jewish Week, October 15, 2015)

The Politicization of Middle East Studies by Efraim Karsh and Asaf Romirowsky, The American Interest, September 18, 2015

Reclaiming Zionism by Lilia Gaufberg, The Times of Israel, August 5, 2015

Corrosive Atmosphere on Campus Harming Young Jews by Alex Margolin, HonestReporting, July 29, 2015

Verbal abuse against Jewish students now ‘fact of life’ on US campuses by Amanda Borschel-Dan, The Times of Israel, July 28, 2015

Other findings of new report: 50% of Jewish students unaware of anti-Israel boycott movement; connection to Israel up after Gaza war

Universities Need to be Held Accountable by Mitchell Bard, The Jerusalem Post, July 1, 2015

Academic Freedom vs. Academic Malpractice by Mitchell Bard, Jerusalem Post, June 10, 2015

The common core of BDS and campus anti-Semitism by Abraham H. Miller, The Hill, May 28, 2015

BDS’s useless politics of confrontation by David Makovsky and Raquel Saxe, The Times of Israel, May 22, 2015

Protests should be aimed at ending a conflict that has persisted for decades—not fueling the fire

Campuses are flooded with Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) by Natan Sharansky, Jerusalem Post, May 19, 2015

[BDS resolutions] this year increased in both reach and intensity, appearing at a greater number of institutions and with a relentlessness that we had not seen before. Considering the absence of comparable calls to boycott the world’s most egregious human rights violators, there is clearly a double standard at work in such campaigns. Delegitimization also plays a central role, as activists within Students for Justice in Palestine – the driving force behind the BDS movement – sing songs about a Palestine that reaches from sea to sea, leaving no room for a Jewish state. So too does demonization, with routine comparisons of Israel to Nazi Germany and the use of Holocaust symbols to characterize its behavior.

BDS Fail at Bowdoin College by Jeffrey Herf, The Times of Israel, May 13, 2015

How to stop BDS on campus by Naomi Friedman, The Jerusalem Post, May 6, 2015

When you go visit a college, ask to meet with the admissions staff, the Hillel director, the dean in charge of student affairs, or any other university official you can access.

Campus Debates on Israel Drive a Wedge Between Jews and Minorities by Jennifer Medina and Tamar Lewin, The New York Times, May 9, 2015

Anti-Semitism Goes to School by Ruth Wisse, Mosaic, May 4, 2015

Anti-Semitism on American college campuses is rising—and worsening. Where does it come from, and can it be stopped?

Me, an anti-Semite? by Mitchell Bard, The Jerusalem Post, April 22, 2015

Jewish Students Caught In Identity Politics Crossfire by Hannah Dreyfus, The Jewish Week, April 22, 2015

UC System Must Adopt Definition of Antisemitism to Curb Antisemitic Activity, AMCHA Initiative, March 19, 2015 (see also: U.C. prodded on ‘anti-Semitism’ definition, J Weekly, March 26, 2015)

Progressive Scholars Condemn BDS’ “Anti-Normalization” Campaign, Scholars for Israel and Palestine (SIP) and the Alliance for Academic Freedom (AAF), March 19, 2015

“Anti-Normalization” Prevents Peace, Sustains the Occupation, Undermines Academic Freedom, and Harms Students

Northeastern Beats Back BDS, Divest This, March 18, 2015

Beware the Universities, for They Are Barometers by Daniel Gordis, The Jerusalem Post, March 13, 2015

Anti-Semites Get a Free Pass on Campus by Mitchell Bard, The Jerusalem Post, March 13, 2015

Academic Boycott – A Case Study, Divest This, February 28, 2015

BDS and Student Government – What Next?, Divest This, February 23, 2015

Anti-Semitism Report: National Demographic Survey of American Jewish College Students 2014 by Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar, Louis D. Brandeis Center and Trinity College, February 2015

In a survey of American Jewish college students more than half of Jewish students at 55 campuses nationwide reported having experienced or witnessed anti-Semitism on their campuses during the last academic year.

Terrorism-Lite: How Universities Let Students Abuse Academic Freedom by Anat Berko , Gatestone Institute, January 6, 2015

Video: Crossing the Line: The Growing Anti-Semitism on Campus (5’16”), Jerusalem U, January 5, 2015 and Crossing the Line 2: The New Face of Anti-Semitism on Campus (15’22”), Jerusalem U, December 9, 2014

The problem with Israel advocacy on campus by Moshe Klein, Times of Israel, December 10, 2014

What to Do About Academic Boycotts, Divest This, December 9, 2014

Video: Berkeley students react to ISIS and Israel flag (2’58”), Ami Horowitz, November 17, 2014

On Many Campuses, Hate is Spelled SJP by Daniel Mael, The Tower #19, October 2014

They advocate for Israel’s destruction, admire terrorists, and are making Jewish students feel unsafe on campuses across the country. They’re Students for Justice in Palestine—and they’re a huge problem

373 US Anthropologists Sign Academic Boycott of Israel Petition, The AMCHA Initiative, October 14, 2014

Video: Anti-Semitism on Campus (5’24”) by The Israel Project, Stand for Israel, October 9, 2014

Video: The Jewish Voices (5’32”) by Aaron Goldenberg, September 29, 2014

Denormalizing Denormalization, Divest This, September 23, 2014

The New Assault on Israeli Academia (and Us), The Third Narrative, September 22, 2014

Groups to Congress: No Taxpayer Funds for Biased, Politicized Middle East Studies, Middle East Forum and others, September 17, 2014

Higher Education Act Reform Title VI Must Include Accountability to Stop Misuse of Funds, Strengthen National Security

Steven Salaita and the racist ghost of Edward Said by Joshua Muravchik, The Times of Israel, September 13, 2014

For Israel engagement on campus: Coaches, not cheerleaders by Yehuda Kurtzer, The Times of Israel, September 11, 2014

Hamas’s Academic Apologists by Cinnamon Stillwell, American Thinker, August 31, 2014

To the Students for Justice in Palestine, a Letter From an Angry Black Woman by Chloe Valdary, Tablet, July 28, 2014

“You do not have the right to invoke my people’s struggle for your shoddy purposes.”

While global anti-Semitism surges, don’t forget U.S. campuses by Tammi Rossman-Benjamin,, July 28, 2014

Pro-Palestinian Students Bring Hate, Intimidation to Campus by Perry Chiaramonte, Fox News, June 9, 2014

Why Are Student Leaders and Jewish Kids Frightened at UCLA? by Tessa Nath, The Tower, June 2014

Message Board Shows Modern Language Association Academics Based Israel Boycott on Anti-Semitic Tropes by Joshua Levitt, Algemeiner, May 22, 2014

Jewish students to university administrators: time to stop hiding by Tammi Rossman-Benjamin,, April 30, 2014

Divestment votes surge but largely fail on US campuses by Talia Lavin, Times of Israel, April 30, 2014

Israel Divestment on Campus – An Infographic, Divest This!, April 30, 2014

Staring Down the Devil at the University of Michigan by Molly Rosen, The Tower, April 2014

A first-hand account of how one of America’s elite schools became the latest flash point of anti-Israel activism and anti-Semitic intimidation.

“Shut Up,” BDS Explained: An “Open Forum” at Vassar by Jonathan Marks, Commentary, March 26, 2014

Israel Divestment on Campus

An academic lynching behind closed doors by Tammi Rossman-Benjamin and Leila Beckwith,, March 2, 2014

Open Letter To NYU’s President: Why The American Studies Assn.’s Israel Boycott Makes Me Ashamed To Be An Alumnus by Richard Behar, Forbes, January 14, 2014 (see also follow-up, Homophobic, Racist, Sexist, ‘Take Xanax’: Reactions To My Open Letter To NYU’s President, February 4)

Understanding Hillel’s mission by Andy Gitelson and Sharon Rudnick, Jerusalem Post, January 27, 2014

Boycotting the Boycott: Sanity Prevails by Gail Reiss (President and CEO, American Friends of Tel Aviv University), Huffington Post, January 16, 2014

How to fight academic bigotry by Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post, January 9, 2014

“[T]he ASA boycott has nothing to do with human rights. It’s an exercise in radical chic, giving marginalized academics a frisson of pretend anti-colonialism, seasoned with a dose of edgy anti-Semitism.”

Pro-Israel: ‘Intellectual Peaceniks’ v ‘Rejectionist Idiots’? by Daniel Mael, The Jewish Press, January 17, 2014

“J Street and Open Hillel claim they want openness and honesty in the discussion about Israel, but that’s only for those who agree with them.”

Answering the Academic Boycotters of Israel by Richard Cravatts, Algemeiner, January 2, 2014

Criticism of American Studies Association (ASA) Boycott: A Roundup, Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA), December 24, 2013

Tireless Enemies of Israel: America’s Academic Boycotters by Edward Alexander, Weekly Standard, December 23, 2013

Five Takeaways from the ASA Debacle, Louis D. Brandeis Center, December 27, 2013

Boycotting Israel is Academic Nonsense, Good News From Israel, December 2013

American Studies Association Assaults Academic Freedom, Scholarship and Israel by Roz Rothstein and Roberta R. Seid, Times of Israel, December 19, 2013

Boycott of Israeli universities: A repugnant attack on academic freedom by Michael S. Roth, Los Angeles Times, December 19, 2013

“Academic institutions should not be declared off-limits because of their national affiliation.”

The Real Problem With the American Studies Association’s Boycott of Israel by Peter Beinart, The Daily Beast, December 17, 2013

Lawrence Summers: Academic boycott of Israel is “anti-Semitism in effect” by William A. Jacobson, Legal Insurrection, December 13, 2013

There they go again [at Brooklyn College] by KC Johnson and Asaf Romirowsky, Jerusalem Post, December 4, 2013

Anti-Semitism, academic freedom and Brooklyn College: The CUNY school goes off the rails by Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, New York Daily News, November 14, 2013

AAUP and BDS by Asaf Romirowsky, UPI, November 1, 2013

Fighting for Israel on College Campuses by Samantha Mandeles,, October 7, 2013

Anti-Zionism Arrives, in Disguise, at Indiana U. by Edward Alexander,, October 1, 2013

Campus Racists Again Fail to Turn Students Against Israel by Mitchell Bard, Jerusalem Post: Part 1, August 5, 2013; Part 2, August 20, 2013

The Newest Battlefront against Israel: Kangaroo Courts by Roz Rothstein, Times of Israel, July 23, 2013

My biggest college fear: Anti-Israel bullies, lies by Hannah Wren, JWeekly, June 27, 2013

Kenneth L. Marcus on Campus Anti-Semitism by Christina Gathman, The Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law, June 27, 2013

Campus Anti-Semitism Fact Sheet Invaluable to Jewish Students by Andrew Loeb, Louis D. Brandeis Center, June 14, 2013

Top Ten Surprises About Campus Anti-Semitism by Andrew Loeb, Louis D. Brandeis Center, June 10, 2013

Growing Threats to Academic Freedom by Edward S. Beck, Gatestone Institute, May 17, 2013

Attempted divestment at UCSB and the BDS machine by Max Samarov, Jewish Journal, May 13, 2013

AAUP Statement on Academic Boycotts, The American Association of University Professors, May 10, 2013: The AAUP rejects the recent decisions by Asian-American Studies Association and Stephen Hawking, affirming its opposition to academic boycotts as being “inimical to the principle of academic freedom.”

Israel divestment vote at UC Berkeley the latest sign of hostile campus environment by Matthew White,, May 8, 2013

A Review of Israel Apartheid Week (IAW) by Alexander H. Joffe, Middle East Forum, March 24, 2013

The moral challenge of divestment comes to UCSD by Shlomo Dubnov and Asaf Romirowsky, The Times of Israel,  March 20, 2013

BDS and the Jewish Studies Trap by Alexander H. Joffe, The Algemeiner, February 8, 2013

[youtube][/youtube] Denis Sullivan: Anti-Semitic Education at Northeastern University, September 2012

The BDS State of Mind, by Asaf Romirowsky, Israel Campus Beat, July 20, 2012

Video: StandWithUs speakers heckled at UC Davis (4’46”), February 2012

Hatred: Coming soon to a campus near you by Dore Gold, Jerusalem Post, February 22, 2012

Video: Campus Deligitimization is Successful (3’21”), Myths & Facts, February 2, 2012

BJPA Reader’s Guide: Jewish College Students, Berman Jewish Policy Archive at NYU Wagner, January 2012: A selection of resources on the topic of Jewish college students.

Jewish Students: Anti-Semitism a Challenge, Not Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions against Israel, American Israeli Cooperative Enterprise (AICE), January 16, 2012

The Ugly War Against Israel on College Campuses by Phil Orenstein, FrontPage Magazine, December 20, 2011

Exchange of letters between AMCHA Initiative and University of California President Mark Yudof, October 2011

[youtube][/youtube]Anti-Semitism and Anti-Israel on Campuses World Zionist Organization, October 2011

Middle East Studies in Upheaval by Daniel Pipes, National Review Online, July 5, 2011

‘Litigating Palestine’ at a Public-supported Law School by Stephen Schwartz, American Thinker, April 24, 2011

Letter to Edinburgh University Student Association from Dr. Denis MacEoin, a senior editor of the Middle East Quarterly, April 6, 2011

How The Bizarre World of Middle East Studies Messes Up U.S. Foreign Policy by Barry Rubin, The Rubin Report, April 2, 2011

Fighting Back Against Campus Anti-Semitism by Kenneth L. Marcus, Minding the Campus, Manhattan Institute, March 28, 2011

Video: The Palestinian Wall of Lies (10’28”) by David Horowitz, March 27, 2011

Israel Apartheid Week, and efforts to combat it, begin by Jordana Horn, Jerusalem Post, March 7, 2011 [reviews the “BDS Sewer System” from NGO Monitor]

Student Government and Israel by Sybil Ottenstein, Jerusalem Post, March 1, 2011

A failure of leadership: Who lost the Campus? by Charles Jacobs and Avi Goldwasser, The Jewish Advocate (Boston), February 16 , 2011 [paid subscription required; reprinted here for non-subscribers]

Jonathan Kay reporting from University of Toronto: Among the Israel-haters by Jonathan Kay, National Post (Canada), January 19, 2011


Israel IQ at UCLA

The real danger of delegitimizing Israel on campus by David Bernstein, JTA, January 5, 2011

The hard conversations not taking place about Israel [at Evergreen College] by Eric Nusbaum, JTNews, December 8, 2010

Eight US universities to launch study programs in Israel by Gil Shefler, Jerusalem Post, September 16, 2010

My letter to the President of University of Toronto re: returning my two degrees as a protest against Israel Apartheid (sic) Week by Howard Rotberg, March 2, 2010

Video: Ambassador Michael Oren heckled at the University of California at Irvine (9’36”), StandWithUs, February 9, 2010

How to Fight the Campus Battle against Old and New Anti-Semites: Motifs, Strategies and Methods by Manfred Gerstenfeld, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, November 2009

What Does “Pro-Palestinian” Really Mean? by Khaled Abu Toameh, Hudson New York, November 17, 2009

On Campus: The Pro-Palestinians’ Real Agenda by Khaled Abu Toameh, Hudson New York, March 24, 2009

Sword of Allah cuts both ways by Laurie Goldstein, Toronto Sun, March 5, 2009

Lost in the blur of slogans by Ishmael Khaldi, San Francisco Chronicle, March 4, 2009

Dust Over Campus Life: UCLA at a Crossroads by Judea Pearl, Jewish Journal, February 18, 2009