June 25, 2017|Cinnamon Stillwell and Michael LumishThe Algemeiner
California State University, Fresno (CSUF) is the last place that one would expect conspiracy theories about Jewish power to proliferate — because Jews make up less than one percent of Fresno's population. But leave it to the academic world to...
May 22, 2017|Michael LumishThe Algemeiner
[The Algemeiner's title is "Noura Erakat: Bashing Israel at UC Berkeley."] While Brooklyn-based "feminist" and Palestinian apologist Linda Sarsour is the progressive Left's flavor of the month, George Mason University international law professor...
May 19, 2017|Michael LumishJihad Watch
Fast on the heels of the University of California's anti-free speech "Battle of Berkeley"—in which hundreds of black-clad, left-wing, "anti-fascists" attacked Trump supporters in the streets—around five hundred students and scholars attended the...
April 14, 2017|Michael LumishThe Daily Caller
[The Daily Caller's title is "UCLA Professor Buries Obama's Middle East Policy Failures."] "How will history judge Barack Obama in terms of his policies and actions toward the Middle East?" asked UCLA Professor of Middle Eastern History James...
December 21, 2016|Michael LumishAmerican Thinker
[Title differs from AT's.] At his recent book-launching lecture for Palestine... It Is Something Colonial, anti-Israel academic Hatem Bazian stood in the "sanctuary" of Berkeley's Zaytuna College before an audience of around fifty students and...
December 13, 2016|Cinnamon Stillwell and Michael LumishAmerican Thinker
Nowhere was the hysteria, panic, and fearmongering attending Donald Trump's win in the 2016 presidential election felt more strongly than on college campuses -- and Middle East studies academics were no exception. Rather than acknowledging that...
November 16, 2016|Michael LumishThe Daily Caller
[Daily Caller title is "Israel-bashing Profs at UC Berkeley Play Victim."] Are University of California academics who engage in anti-Israel activism subject to "silencing"? Such were the strident cries on October 27, when about one hundred students