Saturday, October 24, 2015

The Hypocrisy of Students for Justice in Palestine

Hat tip Times of Israel

I am cross-posting the latest article by Ricard Cravatts of Scholars for Peace in the Middle East in the Times of Israel. It describes the hypocritical cries of Students for Justice in Palestine that their rights are somehow being violated when pro-Israel supporters speak on campus.

Cravatts is correct. The SJP cries foul when opposing voices are heard on campus. Yet they routinely engage in bully-boy tactics to push their toxic agenda. They disrupt and intimidate, But what would you expect from a bunch founded by Hatem Bazian, a Palestinian now teaching at UC Berkeley, a man who once called for an intifada in the US?

Universities should revoke the charter for SJP. Let them hold their protests in some park. They have long since worn out their welcome on campus.

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