Khalidi, who denies singling out any ethnic group, hit back at Washington Post columnist Eugene Kontorovich for accusing him of anti-Semitism.
“These people in fact infest the Trump transition team, these people are going to infest our government as of January 20, and they are hand in glove with a similar group within the Israeli government,” Rashid Khalidi said.
Open Hillel, which has sparked considerable controversy for refusing to abide by Hillel International’s pro-Israel guidelines, has announced today that it will be holding its first national conference this October.
Judith Butler and Rashid Khalidi are circulating a letter objecting to their exclusion from recent events because of their support of the boycott Israel movement.
Three prominent Jewish institutions have found themselves embroiled in disputes over perceived critics of Israel. Are these skirmishes in a growing culture war?
Students at Ramaz are protesting the school’s decision to prohibit a talk by Rashid Khalidi, a Columbia University professor who has been fiercely critical of Israel.
More than a year before the projected opening of the Palestinian Museum in the West Bank, the museum is struggling to be accessible to all Palestinians.
Jerusalem Online U. bills itself as a legitimate academic program and boasts of college credits accepted elsewhere. But it’s more about propaganda than scholarship.
Hello pot, the kettle’s on Line 3.