Tatiana Menaker writes in FrontPageMagazine.com that “San Francisco State University has long been a major center of anti-Israel and anti-Semitic propaganda.”
She reviews a university film festival, “Exploring the Israeli-Palestinian Issue through Film.” Says Menaker: “What is strikingly serious in all these films is that if one were to count the most often used words, these words would be ‘humiliation’ and ‘Kill the Jews!’ Even in the most peaceful and idealistic documentary, made by a Jewish director, a young boy asked what he wants to do when he grows up is prompted by his father: ‘Kill the Jews!’ When asked to draw a picture of his future he draws himself killing Israelis. . . .
“Nathan Scharansky, an Israeli minister, can hardly be described as a person easily susceptible to panic. A dissident and political prisoner, he was not scared to stand alone against the KGB in a Soviet Gulag. But after touring six American Universities last month, he wrote that the situation ‘on campuses in the United States and Canada is more serious than we think. And this is truly frightening.’
“So Jewish students are subjected to constant malicious anti-Semitic attacks disguised as pro-Palestinian, anti-Zionist rallies, at which the participants get so excited that they often start screaming Nazi-like slogans.”