The Marxist Roots of Campus Anti-Semitism

The Marxist Roots of Campus Anti-Semitism

If you thought allegations of anti-Semitism on college campuses were overblown, you can’t think about it after last week. The spectacle was appalling: university presidents reacting to the murder of hundreds of Jews by claiming that Israel was partly to blame and that reasonable people could differ on the justification for Hamas’s atrocities; student groups publishing letters proclaiming solidarity with Hamas; Protesters on campus held signs bearing slogans such as “resistance is justified” and “from the river to the sea,” the latter signifying the goal of extirpating all Jews from Israel.

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