West Bank

Alexander, Karen
June 2002
New Republic;6/24/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 24, p17
Describes the anti-Semitic sentiments suffered by several Jewish students at the San Francisco Bay Area campuses in California from pro-Palestinian movements since the beginning of the Arab-Israeli conflict. History of activism at Bay Area campuses since the 1960s; Estimates of the number of Palestinians enrolled at the San Francisco State University as of June 2002; Position of several pro-Palestinian leaders regarding some views of their supporters against Jewish students.


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