Jewish students are under attack on America’s campuses.
In California, Muslim students chant the terrorist war-cry “Allahu Akbar” at Jewish students at an open meeting.
In Chicago, Jewish students need police protection from pro-Palestinian students.
Nazi symbols are painted on a Jewish fraternity.
Radical professors pledge to boycott Israeli scholars and punish Jewish students.
America is the home of the world’s second-largest Jewish community.
America has been a haven for the Jewish people. Now they’re more likely to suffer from hate crimes than any other religious group.
We’re fighting for Jewish students on campus, winning cases and stopping boycotts. It's time for universities, states, and the federal government to enforce the law to protect American Jews from violence, intimidation, and unlawful discrimination.
Dear University, State, and Federal Officials,
Federal law protects students from racial discrimination, yet radical pro-Palestinian students and others are victimizing Jewish students. It’s time for the federal government to step up and enforce the law. Protect Jewish students from unlawful threats, violence, and discrimination.
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