UM Students Behind Anti-Israel Resolution: ‘Jews Are Not a Nation’

Students at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (UM) supporting an anti-Israel student government resolution were caught on hidden camera rejecting the concept of Jewish nationhood and denying a Jewish student the right to participate in a discussion about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

In one of the exchanges in the footage obtained exclusively by the Washington Free Beacon, students agree that Palestinian activists should engage in a “re-evaluation of the past nonviolent stance.”

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  • joan flaherty

    Jews are not a nation? What clumsy hair-splitting sophistry! More to the point, ‘Palestinians’ are not a people

  • simus1

    A few rival gangster clans ruling their home turf in gaza and the west bank courtesy of euro guilt corrupt funding and UN corrupt funding are exactly what they are.

    • Tooth&Claw

      A statement that sums things up succinctly!

    • tom_billesley

      And it all began in a small way with Mo’s gangster clan.

  • Hard Little Machine

    UM students are not human. We have no need to interview or hire non humans.