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Columbia U. Suspends ‘Students for Justice in Palestine’ and ‘Jewish Voice for Peace’

Columbia U. Suspends ‘Students for Justice in Palestine’ and ‘Jewish Voice for Peace’

It’s probably too little too late. Donors have closed their checkbooks. Columbia has a reputation of hating Israel and Jews.

It might be too little too late.

Columbia University suspended two groups with a history of stirring up anti-Israel and anti-Jew sentiments at the school.

Goodbye, Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP)!

Both groups have caused many problems at Columbia since Hamas invaded Israel on October 7.

The administration has only spoken up to defend the students who support Hamas or blame Israel for the massacre.

Did the university president defend the students’ right to free speech? Of course not. She made the Hamas supporters the victims.

“This decision was made after the two groups repeatedly violated University policies related to holding campus events, culminating in an unauthorized event Thursday afternoon that proceeded despite warnings and included threatening rhetoric and intimidation,” explained Gerald Rosberg, Senior Executive Vice President of the University and Chair, Special Committee on Campus Safety.

“Suspension means the two groups will not be eligible to hold events on campus or receive University funding,” continued Rosberg. “Lifting the suspension will be contingent on the two groups demonstrating a commitment to compliance with University policies and engaging in consultations at a group leadership level with University officials.”

Columbia Business School assistant professor Shai Davidai went off on the school for allowing these “pro-terror” groups on campus.

He said in a video:

“They were celebrating the rape of teenage girls at a music festival in the name of resistance. They were celebrating this and the president of the university is allowing these pro-terror student organizations to march on our campuses,” he said, adding, “It doesn’t matter if you’re Christian or Jewish or Hindu or Buddhist or atheist like myself, rape is never okay, not as an act of resistance, not as an act of revenge. Rape is never okay.”

Daivdai revealed he won’t allow his own kids to attend Columbia.

The Palestine Solidarity Groups at Columbia University and Columbia Jewish Voice for Peace signed an open letter to the university the day after the decision to denounce Israel. They also said the university has a hand in whatever “apartheid” they think Israel has over there.

Then 75 Columbia professors, the supposed adults in the rooms, described the Hamas attack as a military action in an effort to defend the baby students. Good Lord.

Billionaire Leon Cooperman, chairman of Omega Advisors CEO, told Fox News host Liz Claman that he won’t donate to Columbia.

“These kids at the colleges have sh*t for brains,” he said in disgust.

Cooperman has given Columbia $50 million over the years.

Jewish billionaire Henry Swieca won’t donate to Columbia and resigned from the Columbia Business School since it has “been significantly compromised by a moral cowardice that appears beyond repair.”

Law firms do not like anti-Jews. Not only is it racist, but it’s bad for business for any company or organization. Plenty of non-Jews (like me) would not give any business my money that hires someone they know hates Jews or others. Gross.

Law firm Davis Polk & Wardwell rescinded three job offers to Harvard and Columbia law students after they signed an open letter blaming Israel for the Hamas attack:

“The views expressed in certain of the statements signed by law school student organizations in recent days are in direct contravention of our firm’s value system,” the firm said in a statement viewed by Bloomberg Law.

In an email to the firm viewed by Bloomberg Law,chair and managing partner Neil Barr said that “these statements are simply contrary to our firm’s values and we thus concluded that rescinding these offers was appropriate in upholding our responsibility to provide a safe and inclusive work environment for all Davis Polk employees.”

Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

Maybe, just maybe, don’t align yourself with a terrorist organization. Any terrorist organization.

Minouche Shafik, Columbia’s president, penned a sob letter defending the students who have been protesting loudly every day for Hamas. You know, a literal terrorist organization.

Oh, the humanity:

In an email to the community Wednesday, Columbia University President Minouche Shafik and Barnard College President Laura Rosenbury announced they are establishing a “Doxing Resource Group” composed of key offices across both campuses to “serve as a centralized point of contact for issues related to doxing, harassment, and online security.”

“The deliberate harassment and targeting of members of our community by doxing, a dangerous form of intimidation, is unacceptable,” they wrote. “Many individuals, including students across several schools, have been subject to these attacks by third parties. This includes disturbing incidents in which trucks have circled the Columbia campus displaying and publicizing the names and photos of Arab, Muslim and Palestinian students.”

“We are grateful for the persistence and perseverance of the students, and their families, in the face of this harassment,” Shafik and Rosenbury continued. “We are assembling available resources to support them and the staff and faculty who are by their side.”

I don’t know if Shafik ever addressed or reached out to the Israeli student after someone attacked and assaulted him outside of the school’s library.


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It’s a start.

    diver64 in reply to Whitewall. | November 10, 2023 at 8:00 pm

    Funny all these brave kids protesting for justice wear jihadi scarfs to cover up who they are. It’s almost like performance theatre where they actually don’t believe in what they say enough to put skin in the game. Kinda strikes me like those Antifa dimwits running around in ninja suits.

    Gosport in reply to Whitewall. | November 10, 2023 at 9:19 pm

    Columbia U. Suspends ‘Students for Justice in Palestine’ and ‘Jewish Voice for Peace’

    “Suspended” the organizations, not the students who actually committed the hate crimes.

    Yeah, that’ll teach ’em.

ThePrimordialOrderedPair | November 10, 2023 at 3:10 pm

Columbia has a reputation of hating Israel and Jews.

Columbia has always hated Israel and Jews – which is true for the whole of the Ivy League, honestly. But Columbia was more active and forward in its Israel-hate than the others. Columbia was, for decades, the official headquarters of arab terrorist mouthpiece Edward Said. Enthusiastically so.

    “which is true for the whole of the Ivy League, honestly”
    Not true. For many years—including the time when I attended two of them—the Ivies had shed their 1920s/30s antisemitism and in the 1960s–1980s or after, provided a supportive environment for both Jewish academics and students. It was the creeping capture of faculties by radical leftists, and the absurd orthodoxy of DEI that have promoted the re-emergence of this poison since the mid ’90s.

      AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to HarvardPhD. | November 10, 2023 at 9:53 pm


      Our founding fathers are all now described as slavers and white supremacists, and our Constitution as ingrained systemic racism for our country.

      So, if it’s good enough to denigrate our current form of government, it’s good enough to describe Harvard for their Jew hate going back less than 100 years.

      Harvard isn’t getting a free pass for their Jew hate, then or now. DEI didn’t exist in 1920. So you can’t blame Harvard’s systemic hate for Jews on anything occurring since the 90’s.

      Goose, meet gander.

This gesture is too little but it’s way too late.

It’s a lot like the boyfriend who beats the crap out of you, gives you a couple of fractured orbital sockets, a ruptured spleen, and a miscarriage. And then literally a month later let’s you know that he did, in fact, lose his temper “this time.”

There’s no reason to apply to Columbia.

There’s certainly no reason to attend. At any price.

And for goodness sake there is definitely no reason to move to West Harlem for four years.

I get the impression that doxing became an issue when it was used against the Arabs spewing hate.

    Exactly. When they assault someone for supporting Israel or being Jewish and someone posts the video online, THAT’s the worst part. The criminal cries victim and gets all kinds of sympathy, not to mention a “resource center” they can use to strike back at the evil people who made their crimes public.

    Actually, that sounds like something we could work with. Congress should make it law that if you are recorded committing a crime, you have no right to privacy in the video.

Good to see that these groups are starting to be identified for what they are, hate groups. The idea needs to go mainstream.

This is like OWS and BLM. Idiots glom on and it takes time to blow past. The difference is that it’s about genocide of Jews.

You figure if you protest something, at least know what you’re protesting about, but too many have no clue. That is why this is so dangerous. The idiots do exactly what they are profess to be against.

The battle for morality is starting for real.

ThePrimordialOrderedPair | November 10, 2023 at 3:43 pm

This includes disturbing incidents in which trucks have circled the Columbia campus displaying and publicizing the names and photos of Arab, Muslim and Palestinian students.”

LOL. What does “arab, muslim and fakestinian students” have to do with the doxxing??

They hire some serious retards in the Ivy League.

Rape is sort of traditional actually. It annoys the enemy men and expresses domination.

If they are out marching in public in support of Hamas, then surely they have the courage of their convictions to support them when they are publicly identified–otherwise, they’re just like cockroaches scattering when the light is turned on

Baroness Minouche Shafik. The British power elite love bourgeois marxists. Truly.

See also; Baroness Catherine Ashton. Ashton, another bourgeois marxist, brokered the original P5+1 Iran Deal for Obama and crew.

[…] gazetted as Baroness Shafik, of Camden in the London Borough of Camden […] 15 October 2020.

Yaay!!! Now make sure that these groups can never get back on campus again.

Well, well, well. So now doxing is bad when it points outright anti semites and those that support terrorists putting babies in ovens and raping girls until their pelvis cracks and then keeping on in true necrophilia style while calling their parents to brag on it? How strange people are recoiling from this Jihadi Style brutality.
The left wrote the rules on doxing when Trump broke them. Now they can live with it. Personally, if I owned a business I wouldn’t want them anywhere near me either

SJP and JVP should be permanently banned from every university campus. Not just for the remainder of a term, but for good. They are brown shirts.

And yet here in Florida, these terrorists are free to roam our college campuses. Nice going High Heels Ron DeSantis. All talk and no action.