In a school of approximately 400 students, two Jewish students at Western Reserve Academy in Hudson have established a Jewish club.
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Fliers with QR codes that led to an anti-Semitic radio station were attached to the classroom and office doors of mainly Jewish professors.
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They say the IHRA definition remains “an important safeguard” against the continued rise of harassment and intimidation of Jewish students.
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The results showed 32 percent supporting the proposal and 45 percent against it, along with 23 percent abstaining.
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Two Florida state lawmakers were denied the opportunity to speak by SGA senate president Ahmad Daraldik, who survived a vote of no confidence last month, 19-16-6, despite his past anti-Semitic posts.
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Ahmad Daraldik had previously posted on Instagram using language like “stupid Jew thinks he is cool,” #f***Israel” and "#f***theoccupation.”
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“Respect for the Palestinian community cannot come at the expense of respect for the Jewish community,” according to president of student union Kyle Krueger.
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Carol Christ pledged to continue to “speak out loudly and clearly in condemnation of anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, anti-blackness, racism, and other hateful ideologies and perspectives that target people based on their identity, origins or beliefs.”
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“Clearly, Berkeley is not united against hate,” said student Nathan Bentolila, a senior. “I honestly have very little to say, the Jewish community is beyond disappointed.”
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Chancellor Carol Christ of the University of California, Berkeley, said the chaos in the meeting reflected the “tension between free speech and our commitment to creating a campus environment where everyone must feel safe, respected and welcome.”
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