It’s only a matter of time before these devout Muslims demand that Jews be removed, which is exactly what they are demanding when calling for Israel’s destruction.
The school is disgusting. How can taxpayer dollars be justifiably used for such blatant antisemitism? The wealthy Jewish donors who continue to donate to these hotbeds of hate should be picketed and called out for financing this nazism. This is a violation of Title XI and Title IX, and is creating an unsafe environment for Jews at UC-Riverside. Sharia and Islamic Jew-hatred are anathema to freedom and equality for all before the law.
This is BDS, and every wealthy Jew supporting it is a pox on our house.
Gotta run and get me some Sabra. You should too.
Time to go to work, team. Start calling — politely ask that UC Riverside not submit to savagery and Jew-hatred, no matter how afraid these spineless, gutless cowards are.
UC telephone : (951) 827-1012, President Janet Napolitano
3637 Canyon Crest Drive, Suite F-101
Riverside, CA 92507
Tel: 951-827-5173Housing, Dining & Residential Services
3595 Canyon Crest Drive
Riverside, CA 92507
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U.C. Riverside removes Sabra hummus from campus dining
April 30, 2015
(JTA) — The University of California, Riverside, removed Sabra hummus from its dining facilities in response to protests by the Students for Justice in Palestine chapter on campus.
Campus dining removed the product last week following a discussion with the pro-Palestinian group’s chapter, which in a letter sent to campus dining heads noted that Sabra is half-owned by the Strauss Group, which has publicly supported the Israel Defense Forces troops. The letter said that the IDF’s “history of severe human rights violations” warranted the removal.
“During this meeting, dining agreed to change the brand of hummus being served at the campus store, stating that the request was easy since there are so many alternative brands and that they don’t want to sell products that upset or offend any students on campus,” a Students for Justice in Palestine news release read.
U.C. Riverside had only begun offering Sabra brand hummus last fall. It will now offer Mediterranean Snacks’ brand of hummus, Tapaz2Go.
In March 2014, the school’s student government passed a resolution urging administrators to divest from Israel, but rescinded it the following month.
DePaul University briefly stopped offering Sabra hummus in 2011 before reinstating it, and a year earlier, students at Princeton University voted on the issue. In neither case was Sabra hummus permanently removed from the campus dining facilities.
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