Controversial San Francisco State University (SFSU) President Leslie Wong has announced that he'll be retiring next July. In an exit interview with J: The Jewish News of Northern California, Wong claims he made "mistakes in dealing with Jewish and Muslim students." In fact, he was an ally of anti-Israel forces on campus—including the thuggish General Union of Palestinian Students (GUPS) and Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies (AMED) Director Rabab Abdulhadi—but was forced to backtrack once Jewish students and others began pushing back.
In the end, he couldn't please anyone, even Abdulhadi, his one-time collaborator in creating a memorandum of understanding between SFSU and terror-friendly An-Najah University in the West Bank. Having long since disavowed Wong for allegedly kowtowing to "Zionist pressue," she now expects the next president to "seriously work on ending Islamophobia on campus."
Perhaps SFSU's next president will think twice about encouraging "a group of radicals," as Wong once bragged, and stick to the job at hand.