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Where are the Responses of the Jewish Students?

Reader comment on: The Rise of Campus Anti-Zionism in California

Submitted by Martin Greenfield (United States), Jan 3, 2009 23:35

It seems that the Jewish students are reluctant to publically verballize their disagreements with the antisemitic propaganda on the campuses of California. This leads me to believe they have no knowledge of the Mideast situation facing Israel or theyfeel the best thing to do is keep quiet. This is the same thing most of the Jews in the 1940s thought was the best thing to do and six million Jews were exterminated. The Jewish leaders in California better do something before it is to late.


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