Stanford student body unanimously passes resolution against anti-Semitism

April 22, 2016 12:14

After weeks of debate about Israel and anti-Semitism, a student body at Stanford University passed a resolution condemning bias against Jews.

The Undergraduate Senate of the Associated Students of Stanford University passed the Resolution to Recognize and to Reaffirm the Fight against Anti-Semitism on Tuesday in a unanimous vote, the Stanford daily reported.

Alongside classical manifestations of anti-Semitism such as stereotypical speech about Jews, the resolution also lists “demonization of Israel” and accusing it “of inventing or exaggerating the Holocaust” as examples of anti-Semitism.

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