Rutgers Officials Publicly Condemn Anti-Semitism. Then They Apologize To Palestinian Community.

Rutgers Officials Publicly Condemn Anti-Semitism. Then They Apologize To Palestinian Community.


On Wednesday, the chancellor of Rutgers University, joined by the provost and executive vice chancellor for research and academic affairs, issued a statement condemning anti-Semitism. The next day, they issued an apology, writing, “In hindsight, it is clear to us that the message failed to communicate support for our Palestinian community members.”

As The Daily Caller noted, the original statement from Chancellor Christopher J. Molloyand Executive Vice-Chancellor Francine Conway, titled “Speaking Out Against Anti-Semitism,” asserted:

We are saddened by and greatly concerned about the sharp rise in hostile sentiments and anti-Semitic violence in the United States. Recent incidents of hate directed toward Jewish members of our community again remind us of what history has to teach us. Tragically, in the last century alone, acts of prejudice and hatred left unaddressed have served as the foundation for many atrocities against targeted groups around the world. …

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Although it has been nearly two decades since the U.S. Congress approved the Global Anti-Semitism Review Act, the

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