23 Apr 2015

Boston University Workshop for High Schools Pressures Jewish Students to Empathize with Hamas

Boston University Workshop for High Schools Whitewashes Terrorism, Encourages Jewish Students to Empathize with Hamas, Promotes Palestinian State. April 23nd 2015 Contact: Dr. Charles Jacobs, President Americans for Peace and Tolerance – 617 835 3584 Americans for Peace and Tolerance (APT) today released a video, ‘Axis of Bias @ Weston

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23 Apr 2015

Boston University Workshop for High Schools Whitewashes Terrorism, Encourages Jewish Students to Empathize with Hamas, Promotes Palestinian State

Boston University Workshop for High Schools Whitewashes Terrorism, Encourages Jewish Students to Empathize with Hamas, Promotes Palestinian State. April 23nd 2015 Contact: Dr. Charles Jacobs, President Americans for Peace and Tolerance – 617 835 3584 Americans for Peace and Tolerance (APT) today released a video, ‘Axis of Bias @ Weston

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23 Apr 2015

What is the “Axis of Hope” at Boston University?

What is the “Axis of Hope” at Boston University? Axis of Hope is a non-profit organization founded by Boston University Professor Carl Hobert in 2002. Its stated idealistic mission is: “developing in young adults an understanding of alternative, non-violent approaches to resolving complex conflicts locally, nationally and internationally.” Axis of

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23 Apr 2015

Reasons Why Boston University’s “Whose Jerusalem?” Workshop for High Schools Is Biased and Politicized

Reasons Why Boston University’s “Whose Jerusalem?” Workshop for High Schools Is Biased and Politicized Instead of teaching students how to understand the complex hundred-year-old conflict between Arabs and Jews, Axis of Hope is encouraging teenagers to come up with political solutions based on misleading teaching materials. Axis of Hope founder

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27 Feb 2015

Anti-Israel Bias in American High Schools – Multi-Media Presentation by Dr. Charles Jacobs

APT President Charles Jacobs presents data on anti-Israel education at Newton Public Schools in Massachusetts and at the Friends Seminary in New York.

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22 May 2014

Newton schools still teaching from anti-Semitic text officials claimed removed

New information has surfaced regarding the Newton Public School controversy. Compelled to comply with state law, the school’s administrators recently were forced to release an initial batch of 9th- and 10th-grade history lesson plans used to teach about the Middle East. Most of the information, initially withheld from the public

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07 Feb 2014

New Ad Shows More Examples of Anti-Semitic “Lessons” in Newton High Schools

Lessons whitewash Hamas, promote the destruction of the Jewish state as a legitimate solution to the Arab-Israel conflict. Americans for Peace and Tolerance (APT) has placed a two-page ad in the Jewish Advocate rebuking Boston’s Jewish leaders for assuring parents and tax-payers that there is no problem with anti-Semitism and

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20 Jan 2014

Readers respond to rabbis’ attack on Jewish Advocate

On January 10, 61 mistaken Massachusetts rabbis issued a Soviet-style mass-signature denunciation letter against the Boston Jewish Advocate for its honest reporting on the Newton schools anti-Israel curriculum controversy. The rabbis were upset that the Advocate dared to call “into question the truthfulness and integrity of some of the finest and most

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13 Jan 2014

APT Response to the Anti-Defamation League’s Report on the Newton Curriculum

APT has published a detailed response to the “ADL Review of Allegations Against Newton Schools,” released on December 30, 2013. The ADL review is weakly researched and contains blatant falsehoods and telling omissions. It’s hard to understand why the ADL would produce such a poor quality report; and why it

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02 Dec 2013

APT runs ads in multiple Massachusetts newspapers about hateful education materials in Newton schools

Starting Wednesday, October 23, Americans for Peace and Tolerance will begin to run ads in Massachusetts area newspapers calling on Newton Public Schools to remove hateful education materials from their curricula. The ads urge taxpayers to contact Newton School Committee Chair Matt Hills and Mayor Setti Warren and express their

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