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San Diego State cancels Jew-hater Ava Muhammad after antisemitism charges


The Trump affect! Do you think that Ava Muhammad would have been uninvited by the university, if it was not for President Trump’s executive action? Probably not. Since the executive action was signed Jewish organizations are taking legal action (here, here, here) against the anti-Semitic and anti-Israel Left. #Trump2020!

San Diego State uninvites speaker after anti-Semitism charges

By LA Times, December 26, 2019:

Barely a week ago, San Diego State University was celebrating a student who had proposed a summit on U.S. reparations for slavery and come up with a list of possible speakers, including some prominent ones.

It quickly turned into an “uh-oh” moment when some of the school’s faculty pointed out that one of the speakers has been accused of anti-Semitism — news that spilled onto social media, causing an uproar.

The summit still might happen. But SDSU quietly announced Monday that the student has revised the speakers list to avoid “those who have espoused anti-Semitic rhetoric in the past.”

The problem “should have been caught much, much earlier,” said Peter Herman, an SDSU literature professor who brought the controversy to light last week in a local newspaper.

“This shows that the committees, faculty and administrators who approved this proposal either did so without vetting the summit’s speakers or they did the vetting and approved them anyway,” he said. “At the very least, they were irresponsible.”

The university says it thoughtfully considered the matter and took appropriate action. But campus emails and a newsletter show that SDSU — like universities nationwide — found itself grappling with a tough question:


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