Years of neglect and misguided policies by mainstream Jewish leaders have failed to stem the shocking surge of Jew-hatred in America. Practically every Jewish institution now needs significant security. Jews have been murdered in Pittsburgh, San Diego and Jersey City, beaten on the streets of Brooklyn, bullied and harassed in the universities, defamed by The New York Times and CNN, and now maligned in the U.S. Congress.
On American campuses today, many Jewish students who grew up with expectations of equality, inclusion, and a nurturing learning environment, are saddened to discover a harsh and ugly reality, one which is mostly ignored by college officials.
The hostility toward Jewish students on campus is part of a larger change within academia, which has embraced radical social activism, ideological indoctrination, and coerced conformity.
The film illustrates how anti-Semitism is being made fashionable at many American universities through the on-going academic de-legitimization of Israel, the normalization of hatred in the name of social justice,and massive donations of Arab oil money to universities.
Hate Spaces includes commentary and analysis from distinguished writers and academics including Professors Alan Dershowitz of Harvard, William Jacobson of Cornell and Richard Landes of Boston University, along with journalists Bret Stephens of the Wall Street Journal, and Caroline Glick of The Jerusalem Post.
Morally Confused Rabbi Howard Jaffe Enables CAIR Fundraising at Temple
APT exposed an event at Temple Isaiah in Lexington, Massachusetts where Rabbi Howard Jaffe allowed a CAIR official to raise money from his congregation. According to the ADL and the FBI, CAIR was founded as a Hamas fundraising front group. Hamas proclaims all Jews must be killed. Hamas murders Jews. Helping CAIR officials raise funds is unacceptable. Rabbis cannot demand to be above criticism, especially when they engage in politics.
Since the first reports of the Islamic Society of Boston’s radical and terrorist affiliations, we’ve accumulated a large amount of data that potentially paints one of the more complete pictures on the nature of any individual Islamist religious organization in the U.S. The purpose of this website is to
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