Shocking Anti-Semitic Slogans Projected On University Buildings

( – Anti-Semitic slogans recently lit up the University of Pennsylvania’s campus, marking another disturbing incident in a series of anti-Jewish sentiments at the Ivy League institution. The New York Post detailed a “light show” on campus where buildings became the canvas for projecting anti-Israel messages.

The phrases displayed included “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free,” “Zionism is racism,” and “Penn funds Palestinian genocide.” These provocative messages have intensified concerns about a hostile environment for Jewish students at UPenn, prompting the Brandeis Center, a Jewish nonprofit organization, to file a complaint with the federal Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights.

According to the Post, the complaint emphasizes that UPenn has become a breeding ground for anti-Semitism, violating federal civil rights law. Kenneth Marcus, founder and chairman of the Brandeis Center, asserted that colleges and universities must be held accountable for failing to protect Jewish students.

In a separate distressing incident, several UPenn employees received anti-Semitic emails earlier in the week, threatening violence against members of the Jewish community affiliated with Penn Hillel and Lauder College House. UPenn President Liz Magill condemned these emails, emphasizing that threats of violence are not tolerated and swift action will be taken.

The persistence of anti-Semitic acts on campus has deeply affected the Jewish community, causing fear and undermining their sense of safety and belonging at UPenn. Security measures have been heightened around the campus, with the university collaborating with the FBI to identify and apprehend those responsible for the hateful emails.

This incident follows criticism of UPenn’s response to the October 7 attacks by Hamas on Israel. Former U.S. ambassador Jon Huntsman halted donations to the university, accusing it of silence in the face of reprehensible actions. Magill, in response, announced an “Action Plan to Combat Anti-Semitism” and vehemently denounced anti-Semitic incidents on campus.

Wednesday’s incident reflects a concerning trend, with echoes of similar incidents at major universities across the United States, highlighting the urgent need for addressing and combating anti-Semitism on college campuses.

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