The progressive group says it seeks to make Hillel more inclusive. So why are they trying to help get it kicked off campuses, using legal arguments that would justify widespread discrimination against minorities?
Campus anti-Israelism isn’t merely an attack on Israel, or even Jews in general. It is an attack on the very norms and values of the university—and with it, on the norms and values at the heart of Western civilization.
Students and prominent academics are speaking out against Hillel International’s guidelines that police conversations about Israel on campus. Their concerns are legitimate, and Hillel should reformulate its divisive policies.