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In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Ziva Dahl joins the Haym Salomon Center podcast host Mike Siegel to discuss what modern anti-Semitism is, how it is being spread on American college campuses today, and what we can do to fight it. Ms. Dahl is a senior fellow with the Haym Salomon Center.
This episode seeks to bring awareness about the different ways modern day anti-Semitism is spreading on college campuses throughout the United States today. After listening to this episode, you will have a greater understanding of what can be done to fight the spread of anti-Semitism among university students.
In this episode, topics discussed include:
- The difference between how anti-Semitism has presented itself throughout history and how it is seen in the world today
- The ways anti-Semitism presents itself on college campuses today, including Vassar College
- The correlation between the BDS Movement and anti-Semitism on American college campuses
- Two college campus groups that are spreading anti-Semitism on college campuses and how they are deceiving university students
- The influence of progressive liberals on the spread of anti-Semitism in higher education today
- The view of many university professors on Palestinians today and how to relates to what they teach about the state of Israel and Israeli Jews
Ziva Dahl is a senior fellow with the Haym Salomon Center. She writes and lectures about U.S.-Israel relations, U.S. foreign policy, Israel, Zionism, anti-Semitism, and BDS on college campuses. Her articles have appeared in such publications as The Hill, New York Daily News, New York Observer, The Washington Times and Jerusalem Post. Ziva’s investigations have exposed tax-payer funded anti-Semitism and terrorism and NGO support for the delegitimization campaign against Israel. She has a Master of Arts degree in public law and government from Columbia University and an A.B. in political science from Vassar College.