Harvard Law Student Council Passes Anti-Israel Resolution After Changing Voting Rules

Harvard Law School’s student government passed an anti-Israel resolution on Friday with changed voting rules.

The resolution calls on Harvard University to secede from the Jewish state and everything associated with daily wire report Last week, the Harvard Law School government amended its bylaws to allow secret voting by elected representatives for the first time in the school’s history.

of harvard crimson report The resolution was passed with 12 votes to 4, with 3 abstentions. That resulted in two members of the council resigning in protest, denouncing the change in voting rules and noting that the council had rushed the vote before the current members’ terms were up.

Several activists gathered to celebrate the resolution.

Once one of the most pro-Israel campuses in the United States, Harvard University has become a hotbed of anti-Israel activity and outright anti-Semitism in recent years, particularly after the Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attack in Israel. There is.

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Anti-Zionist riots broke out in November. Ibrahim Barmalfamous magazine editor harvard law review — followed, surrounded, and threatened Jewish students. “shame! shame! shame! shame!” the crowd shouted a call-and-response chorus in the student’s ear, and the student – as seen in footage of the incident – ducked and dashed through the crowd to escape the mass of bodies surrounding him. ​​I was forced to.

Harvard University President Claudine Gay resigned earlier this year amid controversy over her weak stance on anti-Semitism and a plagiarism scandal.

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