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

Submitted by Name (United States), Jun 30, 2010 12:16

I just don't even know how to react to this article. This article is straight out of the twilight zone. Of course there is an anti-Israel sentiment on college campus because these are places governed by reason, and any reasonable person who is paying attention is against a zionist state. Then your idea that some type of force needs to come down on these kids signifies to me that zionist students are unable to defend their position with reason.


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