A New Jersey university chancellor apologized for sending a message to his school condemning the rise in attacks on Jewish people.
“Recent incidents of hate directed toward Jewish members of our community again remind us of what history has to teach us."https://t.co/gciVfrGvds
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) May 31, 2021
Simply sick: The chancellor of New Jersey’s flagship public university Ruttgers condemned antisemitism and then, following protest from a pro-Palestinian student group, apologized for the condemnation via @TimesofIsrael
— Richard C. Schneider (@rc_schneider) May 29, 2021
Rutgers University condemns antisemitism, then apologizes for doing so – Following backlash from New Jersey school’s Students for Justice in Palestine, chancellor says he’s sorry for original statement and promises to be ‘more sensitive and balan … – https://t.co/QQ0pwYr92y pic.twitter.com/c34GiFu3zh
— HonestlyConcerned (@HonestlyConcern) May 30, 2021