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UC Intifadah Slideshow

Created by Boaz Carmi

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UC Intifadah 2009: Blood Libel, Lies & Racism

Latest photos from the 2009 UC Irvine Intifada – A Jihad of lies and propaganda, intimidation, and anti-Jewish racism.

Tank with anna frank picture in kafiyah

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Intifada Continues at UCI

The USA campus with an active Jihad / Intifada against Israel, Jews, Western-style democracy continues. This teaser-trailer was just released. There are some similarities to the style of the Jihad Films on YouTube that promote terror and violence. What was just one week is now over two weeks long. The Jewish community in Irvine, the Federation seem unwilling to do much to stop it. The University, and Chancellor Drake in particular, has enabled it. This groups needs to be banned from campus. That will do a lot to stop the Intifida at UCI. I coined that phrase in 2007, which then turned up on their t-shirts in 2008.

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Boycott Resolution at Long Beach State Fails

Dear Friends,

Thanks to an outstanding showing by Jewish students at CSULB organized by Rachel Bookstein, Beach Hillel’s Director, community support, letters, and lobbying, we have successfully defeated the boycott Israel resolution submitted by Zo Farooqui.


Zero votes in favor, 4 against, and 8 abstentions.

This was a huge change from the last vote on the issue that had passed.

BUT THE FIGHT IS NOT OVER

There are still Senators that are looking to bring back a “revised” resolution after Spring Break. Read Below.

Thank you for your support.

Rabbi Yonah

Boycott resolution fails to pass at ASI meeting

Amy Paradise & Benjamin Zitney

Published: Thursday, March 26, 2009

The Associated Students Inc. senate failed to pass the SR No. 25 resolution in support of the call for the immediate end to the humanitarian crisis in Gaza on Wednesday.

The current resolution was a revision from the previous week and called for a future boycott by ASI and 49er Shops Inc. of companies that maintain a business relationship with Israel, including Caterpillar and Motorola.

ASI Treasurer Brian Troutner reported to the Senate that Cal State Long Beach currently has a working relationship with Caterpillar, as they are sub-contracted to build the new Student Recreation and Wellness Center. According to Troutner, ending their current relationship with Caterpillar would bring about legal ramifications, as it would constitute a breach of contract.

CSULB would also have difficulty boycotting Motorola products, as they are the manufacturers of the University Police walkie-talkies. There are currently 100 of these walkie-talkies in police circulation, and replacement of them, at $300 a piece, would cost CSULB $30,000.

Senator Everett Bryan of the college of engineering encouraged the students in the gallery to draft a new resolution for future consideration.