The sole mission of the Students for Justice in Palestine is Jew-hatred and genocide. Why are they permitted to operate a terror group at Emory?
- Anti-semitic, pro-Palestinian activist group founded at University of California’s Berkeley campus in 2001
- Has chapters on some 200 college campuses throughout the United States
- Supports the boycott of the Jews (BDS) movement against the Jewish state
Source: Facebook page: Stop Antisemitism.
Sickening eviction notices were hung on the student housing doors containing mezuzas at Emory University!
Once again SJP (Students for Justice in Palestine) shows us they’re doing nothing but creating hostile and unsafe environments for Jewish students!
Here is what the annihilationists are doing this week:
On Many Campuses, Hate is Spelled SJ
They advocate for Israel’s destruction, admire terrorists, and are making Jewish students feel unsafe on campuses across the country. They’re Students for Justice in Palestine—and they’re a huge problem.
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