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Five Facts the BDS Movement Should Learn from Bassem Eid

Bassem Eid, a Palestinian human rights activist, has lectured at many CAMERA-supported events on college campuses including at Cornell University, University of Miami, Florida Atlantic University, Vassar College, and Binghamton University. At each school, Baseem Eid shows students his Palestinian perspective, including his vision of how to improve life for Palestinians. He...

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Building Bridges, Not Boycotts

The BDS movement is working to break down Israeli society and prevent Israeli individuals from developing the only democracy in the Middle East—a country where Jews, Muslims, Christians, Druze, or any other people for that matter, can practice their religion freely. CAMERA on Campus was thrilled to sponsor and participate...

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To the Beat of Israel’s Heart

In the face of terror and anti-Semitism, Israel does not cease to strive for peace. Despite many antisemitic threats, terrorist attacks and the BDS movement at the forefront, the Jewish people still manage to maintain their unwavering hope for peace. An impressive line up of international artists performing in Israel, particularly in the face of...

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23 Reasons Why BDS is Antisemitic

This post was written by Professor Dr. David Hirsh, at the University of London and originally published at Engage. 1. BDS singles out Israel BDS is a global campaign against Israel and only Israel. It seeks to foment sufficient emotional anger with Israel, and with only Israel, so that people around the world...

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Fact Checking Omar Barghouti

Omar Barghouti did not speak at Stanford University earlier this quarter. Neither did he deliver his talk in real time over Skype. Instead, the sponsors of the event — Stanford Students for Justice in Palestine and Jewish Voices for Peace — streamed a pre-recorded, and presumably, pre-vetted, video of Barghouti...

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We Can Only Be Optimistic

As the academic calendar comes to a close in the UK, the new challenges begin to open on campus. On Wednesday the 20th of April, delegates of the UK National Union of Students gathered together in Brighton to vote for their new NUS president. This elected role of president is...

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An Open (Thank You) Letter to USG

Thank you for the many hours you spent inside and outside of the senate chambers engaging with students, researching and seeking to understand one of the most complex and controversial topics of our time: the Arab-Israeli conflict. With the media selectively determining the narrative, I can only imagine the struggles...

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