“Anti-Semitism is a word that has been used throughout history when Jewish people are judged and measured by one standard and the rest by another.”
“We will never surrender to the expressions of hatred; we will not surrender to anti-Zionism because it is a reinvention of anti-Semitism.”
Only accepting Jews if they renounce Zionism is just as dehumanizing as only welcoming Palestinians if they endorse Zionism.
Hundreds of academics believe, without evidence, that pro-Israel groups pushed Fresno State to suspend the search for a Middle East Studies professor.
Absent from the debate about Zionism and feminism is a protester declaring: “Sister Linda, it is Zionophobia and Feminism that are incompatible.”
As America becomes more and more polarized, I fear that Jews will have nowhere to turn.
Jews who support the “alt-right” ignore the universalistic lessons of Jewish history.
I can safely say that Oberlin, Ohio, is the most vibrantly Jewish place I’ve ever lived.
Measuring quality of Jewish life on campus solely on perceived anti-Zionist rhetoric is immensely reductionist.
There are objective positives to being Jewish at Oberlin, and to be frank I’m a bit tired of hearing how bad Oberlin is for Jewish students.