NYSED’s Office of Counsel found that Yeshiva of Spring Valley’s blanket statement that it does not accept any religious exemptions was in violation of state law.
Of course, there's always an alternative resource that's also available on- and off-campus, which employs a blanket, three hefty individuals and a baseball bat.
"Contrary to NGO claims that they are engaging in 'legitimate criticism' of Israel, the NGO rhetoric, publications, and activities often violate accepted standards."
Panteleimon Papadopoulos, a foreign student from Greece who was enrolled in the course, told Im Tirtzu that Golan "created a hostile image of this country which does not correspond to reality."
The entire event is under investigation by the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations.
The newly launched fund is uniting MIT and Israeli faculty in pursuit of the next generation of groundbreaking research.
In addition to curtailing student rights and educational opportunities, promotion of an academic boycott increases the risk of anti-Semitism on campus.
Paris Descartes University, a.k.a. Paris V, is one of the inheritors of the Sorbonne, which was split into multiple separate institutions in 1970.
The pro-Israel party, organized by the Zionist organization Im Tirtzu, featured blaring Israeli music by DJ Asaf Hartal, a sea of blue and white flags, drums, and free drinks.
The website also features incidents of politicization in academia and encourages students to report anti-Zionist professors and cases of anti-Zionism in academia.
The findings show that income inequality impacts not only low income children and can have long-term impact on developmental trajectories, including youth violence.
Noa Yanai, a student at the academy, said that planting these trees at the place where the rockets fell gives them a sense of permanence in the area.
Watch the entire contest, courtesy of Kan 11.
Students for Justice in Palestine Use Anti-Semitic Cartoons to Vandalize Posters by Stanford Republicans
It’s Palestine Awareness Week at the California university, and that's when the anti-Semites crawl out from under their rocks.
Genomics and Biomedical Informatics (GaBI), Physics, and Jewish Art.
It’s the first time in more than a decade that the College Council voted against having a club that met the criteria of its bylaws.
“It is time for Jewish parents to vote with their dollars and to take NYU off the list of consideration for their kids to attend. There are plenty of other great schools who aren’t endorsing anti-Semitism at every turn,” said Club Z executive director Masha Merkulova.
In his article, “The Moral Case for Israel Annexing the West Bank—and Beyond,” Professor Jason Hill defends Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s pledge to extend sovereignty to Israeli settlement blocs in Judea and Samaria.
Like humans, worms are capable of forming associative memories—that is, memories that associate a certain sound or smell or tone of voice with a particular outcome.
Recently, attempts have been made to develop an entire mouse embryo without using sperm or egg cells.
"The witnesses are no longer with us, so we must revive their voices. We simply have no choice but to expand our long-term memory."
Reminds you of the joke about the three French homeland security levels of alert: Flee, Surrender, Collaborate.
"For people thinking this isn't a big deal: imagine if he had said to a Muslim student 'Be like Palestine and cease to exist.'"
The guidelines also order the parents in these schools to send their children to an alternative institution or face charges of truancy.
"The Havatzalot program is one of the most complex and important academic tenders that the Ministry of Defense has offered in recent years."
Ami Horowitz quickly discovers the thin veneer of anti-Israel sentiment hides an ocean of open anti-Semitism.
The facts: 21 hospitalized with measles including 5 in the ICU; 246 of the 285 cases were children and 39 were adults, since October 2018.
Our halacha is not more concerned with whether or not to ordain an "openly gay" man as rabbi than it is with an "openly thieving" man, or "openly driving on Shabbat" man, or "openly eating pork" man – you get the point.
“One of the speakers slated to come, Omar Barghouti, has said that he supports the euthanasia of Zionism,” said sophomore Gabriel Dardik. “It makes me feel unsafe that this kind of person could come here.”
Sens. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) and Bob Casey (D-Pa.) reintroduced the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act, which would require the Department of Education to adopt the State Department’s definition of anti-Semitism in evaluating incidents on college campuses.