• On the Bullying of Jewish Students on Some University Campuses: Interviews

  • By: Peter Menkin
  • Narrated by: Jerry Tritle
  • Length: 4 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 01-07-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Menkin

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The multi part series I've been working on since July, 2012 came to an end in November, 2012. I expect to continue to post this series on the Jewish community's complaint regarding bullying Jewish Students on University Campuses, and the new use of Title VI 1964 Civil Rights action to affect this problem of bullying students on University campuses. This standpoint of a large if not majority segment of the established Jewish Community in the United States is a report on a given point of view that finds Israel part of this conversation and also the point of view this behavior represents anti-Semitism…a collection of voices in interview from American Jewish Community regarding the real concern by them of bullying Jewish students on some University campuses plays a significant role in unmasking anti-Israel actions and behavior as anti-Semitism. That is the Jewish Community thesis and argument brought to legal remedy through Federal Law that is the theme of this series. The basis for this kind of hate and anti-Semitism, bad behavior at best and hateful activity at worst, is evident in the practiced belief that Zionism is an evil belief by those whose actions show them as performing the Jewish bullying.

Free speech is one type of cherished speech, but there are others. Intelligent speech is just as important, ideas of merit and weight, based in fact, and accumulated knowledge. Honest speech is essential. Telling lies and cloaking them in historical or scientific method is appalling. Manipulating or fabricating debate is unacceptable. Civil speech is critical, exchanging ideas in a safe environment. Bad manners, intellectual intimidation, and physical harassment have no place in higher education.

©2013 Peter A Menkin (P)2014 Peter A Menkin

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