Stanford’s big “pro-Israel” tent includes Hillel, J Street and Jewish Voice for Peace

Is Jewish students’ safe space on Israel threatened by a ‘pro-Israel’ lobby?
by Paul Miller
April 2, 2017

For Molly Horwitz, it’s not the anti-Semitism itself that stings the most. The feeling that some Stanford University Jewish leaders abandoned her in her fight against discrimination is what still brings tears to her eyes. As Horwitz and a fellow Stanford alum see it, those Jewish leaders were borderline hostile toward mainstream pro-Israel students while fostering warmer relations with the campus arm of J Street, the self-described “pro-Israel, pro-peace” lobby. If true, the former students’ allegations are not isolated, but indicative of the extent to which J Street’s agenda permeates campus discourse on Israel—including within Hillel, the international organization fostering Jewish life at more than 550 colleges and universities. READ MORE

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