Report: More Than 350 Anti-Semitic Incidents Occurred on US College Campuses Last School Year
A total of 359 anti-Semitic incidents took place on U.S. college campuses during the 2021-22 academic year, according to a report released by the Anti-Defamation League.
The ADL’s Campus Report documented instances of accusations or “genocide” and “ethnic genocide” levied against Israel, as well as the “ostracizing of Jewish students from campus organizations because of their assumed support for Israel or Zionism.”
Among the incidents, there were 165 protests/actions, 143 anti-Israel events, 20 BDS resolutions and referendums, 11 incidents of vandalism, nine instances of targeted verbal and/or written harassment, and one physical assault.
In response to the large number of incidents, the ADL announced that it would be “broadening its educational and programmatic investment on campus, including the launch of an expanded online resource to support students and combat anti-Semitism on campus.”
The report provided information about the sources of funding for the student clubs responsible for many of the incidents, including Students for Justice in Palestine and Jewish Voice for Peace. While most funds come from student activity fees, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund funds JVP, and Westchester Peace Action Coalition sponsors SJP. (I365N / VFI News)
“If you listen carefully to what he says and do all that I say, I will be an enemy to your enemies and will oppose those who oppose you.” - Exodus 23:22