The Top Ten Colleges that Promote Jew Hatred and Incite Terrorism: Five Campuses that Deserve Their Reputations and Five More That Should Make the List
The University of South Florida is well known as the former academic home of convicted terrorist Sami Al-Arian.
The campus of UC Irvine is high atop nearly any list for promoting Jew hatred and demonizing Israel and Jews on campus.
A three-day conference on Gaza was held at UNC-Chapel Hill last spring at which numerous speakers praised and promoted the Hamas initiated-and-funded Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel
Wayne State University, the alma mater of notorious freshman congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, has only very recently begin to attract attention for promoting Jew hatred on campus.
Pitzer promotes itself as celebrating “cultural diversity and intercultural understanding.” But in recent years this intercultural understanding has become remarkably intolerant of Jews and their homeland of Israel.
DePaul University is not widely recognized for its promotion of Jew hatred, but the Catholic university located in Chicago has a big anti-Semitism problem.
San Francisco State University has a well-earned reputation as perhaps the most anti-Semitic University in the nation, and Professor Rabab Abdulhadi serves as the public face of its Jew hatred.
For over a decade, Columbia University has been notorious for anti-Semitism.
The University of Minnesota is one of the nation’s most overlooked academic havens of Jew hatred.
UCLA is eminently deserving of its reputation as one of the nation’s most hostile campuses for Jewish students.
Refusing to accept inconvenient facts about BDS and terrorism.
Atrocities at Columbia, UCLA, U. Nevada-Reno and Stanford all made the list.
Exposing the Hitlerian tactics of the BDS movement against Israel
Academic Department Supports Hamas-Funded BDS Movement
Newspapers distributed on the campus name an incident occurring at the school as one of the "Top Ten Neo-Nazi Incidents."
Aiding the Hamas terror campaign to thrive on campus
Beverly Warren, President, Kent State University
Lee Bollinger, President, Columbia University
Renu Khator, President, University of Houston
Robert Zimmer, President, University of Chicago
Gene Block, Chancellor, University of California Los Angeles
Howard Gillman, Chancellor of the University of California-Irvine
Carol T. Christ, Chancellor, University of California-Berkeley
Anthony Monaco, President, Tufts University
Leslie Wong, President, San Francisco State University
Angel Cabrera, President, George Mason University
“How many Jews died in the Holocaust? Not enough”
Students advocate violence against Jews, praise Adolf Hitler.
American campuses take marching orders from Hamas.