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Unfounded charges of anti-Semitism at SF State protect no one | SF Examiner

By David Spero. Spero is a nurse, writer, grandfather and an active member of Jewish Voice for Peace.

In June, the Lawfare Project, which describes itself as “the legal arm of the pro-Israel movement,” filed a suit against San Francisco State University, SFSU administrators and Palestinian professor Rabab Abdulhadi. The suit claims widespread anti-Semitism on American campuses, especially at SFSU.  …

Despite the claims of pro-Israel organizations, actual Jewish students consistently deny they face anti-Semitism. A study published in 2017 at Stanford University interviewed 66 Jewish students at seven California campuses, including SFSU, and found, “None characterized their campus as anti-Semitic.”

A study of UC campuses in 2014 found 84 percent of Jewish students felt comfortable or very comfortable at school, compared to 78 percent of Christians and 76 percent of Muslims.

Source: Unfounded charges of anti-Semitism at SF State protect no one – by david-spero – October 19, 2017 – The San Francisco Examiner

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