The university must be made “accountable for its teaching and programs which deal with the Middle East, and Israel particularly.” It should not be allowed to continue vilifying a nation “for no other reason than it happens to be lived in by Jews.” And it cannot be allowed to pursue its trajectory back into the 1930s.
David Solway is an award-winning author of more than twenty-five books of poetry, criticism, educational theory and travel. He is a contributor to many magazines including The Atlantic, Sewanee Review and Books in Canada. A longer version of this article appeared at FrontPageMag.com.
About the Author: David Solway is the award-winning author of over twenty-five books of poetry, criticism, educational theory, and travel. He is a contributor to magazines such as The Atlantic, the Sewanee Review, Books in Canada, and the Partisan Review. His most recent book is “The Big Lie: On Terror, Antisemitism, and Identity.” This essay originally appeared at Frontpagemagazine.com.
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