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.
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.