Thursday, June 22, 2017

SFSU Loses Out on $1.7 Million Grant

Hat tip Pro-Israel Bay Bloggers

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It's called fallout. In court documents, it has been revealed that San Francisco State University, just hit with a lawsuit on behalf of Jewish students and community members, fed up with the anti-Jewish climate at the school, lost out on a $1.7 million grant from the Koret Foundation last year due to the on-going problem of campus anti-semitism.

Along with the lawsuit itself, this is encouraging news. It is high time that Jewish donors cease giving to universities like SFSU, which refuses to confront Jew hatred on campus. Let this serve as a wake up call. Maybe when people like the General Union of Palestinian Students, school president Les Wong, and Professor Rabab Abdulhadi are a distant memory at SFSU can this school begin rebuilding its reputation and donor base.


Squid said...

GOOD! Let us hope that this sort of "fallout" continues throughout universities in the US. There is no place for anti-Semitism at universities, or any religious persecution.

Allan Koven said...

Something good for a change.

Gary Fouse said...

It's not all bad news, Allan.