Tammi Rossman-Benjamin

Zionist group publishes target list of “anti-Israel” US professors

The Amcha Initiative, the Zionist organization that has repeatedly intimidated, spied on and harassed students and faculty, appears to be escalating its campaign.

"We are the turning point": UC Santa Cruz passes divestment

Five of nine University of California campuses have now passed divestment resolutions calling on Regents to pull investments from US firms profiting from Israel’s human rights violations.

California students demand action against Zionist group Amcha's spying

“It is time for UC Administrators to end their silence and stand up for UC students and faculty against attacks on their academic freedom and violations of their privacy,” say students.

Documents reveal Zionist group spied on US student delegation to Palestine

Asa Winstanley and
Nora Barrows-Friedman
29 January 2014

Secret files show that Zionists are deeply worried about growing boycott movement and think that even projects aimed at coexistence are bad for Israel.

Amcha's secret files revealed

The full text of several of the Amcha Initiative and the Investigative Taskforce on Campus Antisemitism documents obtained by The Electronic Intifada.

Event honoring Edward Said prompts Zionist smear campaign against San Francisco State students

A stencil using a slogan associated with the struggles of indigenous peoples has sparked bizarre accusations of anti-Semitism.

Zionist group renews attacks on California professor

Professor David Klein is under attack once again for his public support of the boycott movement.

Victory for campus free speech as US Dept. of Education throws out “anti-Semitism” complaints

The US Department of Education has thrown out three separate legal claims filed by Zionist students against the University of California.

Anti-Palestinian group to “monitor” boycott activists on campus

Scholars for Peace in the Middle East’s “BDS Monitor” appears likely to be another bigotry-driven exercise in on-campus espionage and intimidation.

UC Santa Cruz students to administration: Break the institutional silence on lecturer's hate speech

A lecturer at UC Santa Cruz, who was caught making racist remarks, has initiated yet another round of attempts to smear and legally harass students.


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