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Justice Nancy Bannon of the 1st Judicial District Supreme Court in New York wrote that Fordham followed its approval procedure and acted “in the exercise of its honest discretion.”
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It passed with 1,725 votes in favor, 665 against and 161 abstentions, voted on by about one-third of the student body population.
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The initiative reflects the BDS-supporting Jewish Voice for Peace’s “Deadly Exchange” campaign.
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Hali Spiegel, CAMERA’s director of campus programming and strategic relationships, said “PFLP terrorists have killed and injured hundreds of civilians in terrorist attacks, including suicide bombings.”
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The Oct. 6-8 event was titled “Boycott & Safe Protesting 101.”
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Schools with one or more incidents involving expression challenging the definition of anti-Semitism were more than twice as likely to host acts of Israel-related behavior targeting students for harm and the more such expression, the more Israel-related acts of harassment.
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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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“The divisive BDS resolution that was proposed by Students for Justice in Palestine is a clear attempt to emotionally blackmail student senators and create a hostile environment for Jewish students on our campus,” said University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign executive director Erez Cohen.
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The conference comes after the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights launched two investigations into UCLA for its repeated failure to “prevent a hostile campus environment for its Jewish campus community in direct violation of the school’s Title VI obligations.”
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“It’s very positive and encouraging because the issues that are raised are very serious; they’re pervasive and widespread,” said attorney Neal Sher, who filed the complaint on behalf of a former NYU student.
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