Thursday, October 18, 2012
AMCHA Initiative Letter to California Assembly on Anti-Semitism at California Universities
In the on-going battle of trying to get California universities to do something about the rising anti-Semitic expressions and classroom indoctrination of our students, the AMCHA Initiative has sent the below-linked letter to the California State Assembly. It thanks them for passing House Resolution 35, which condemns anti-Semitism on college campuses, and informs them about the nature of a bunch of oddball professors who had crafted a letter condemning the resolution itself in the name of freedom of expression. Regular readers of this site will recognize some of these names from previous posts.
In a nutshell, university professors have turned our campuses into re-education camps, where the main topic of discourse is the Israel-Palestinian conflict. Add the various Muslim Student Association chapters and Students for Justice in Palestine, and what you have is an intimidating atmosphere for any Jewish student who supports the state of Israel. They are subjected to it in these professors' classrooms, and they are subjected to it should they dare to express support for Israel when these asinine anti-Israel events come to campus. Many of these events feature anti-Jewish rants by the likes of Amir Abdel Malik Ali, Mohammed al Asi and Abdul Alim Musa. Meanwhile pusillanimous and feckless administrators wring their hands and turn away in cowardice.
I support the AMCHA Initiative because they are standing up to the bullying and exposing the universities for what they have become.