“We must realize that there needs to be a broader dialogue on campus between…all individuals invested in this issue.”
Posts Tagged: SJP
“Unlike Israel’s leaders of the past, Netanyahu is not even putting on a show. Israel’s government doesn’t even try to claim it’s going for a two-state solution.”
“Stabbing Jews for Peace” flyers among other anti-Palestine posting violations.
On October 5, Abdulrahman Shadi Obeidallah was shot in the chest with a live round by an Israeli soldier near… Read more »
On posters all throughout campus, Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) claim that the Israeli military murdered Esra’ Zidan Abed… Read more »
On Monday evening, the University of Illinois–Urbana Champaign Chancellor, Phyllis Wise, spoke as a part of the Biological Sciences Division and… Read more »
The professor whose tweets on the Israeli-Arab conflict led to his firing and sparked controversy sat down with the Maroon before a public talk at I-House.
Shared culinary history between Israelis and Palestinians should bring them together, not tear them apart.
Celebrating the founding of Israel is not synonymous with celebrating the plight of Palestinians.
In demonstration against American-Israeli speaker, Students for Justice in Palestine rejected UChicago’s tradition of open dialogue.
Some of the protesters faced their chairs away in the middle of the talk and one student continuously interrupted until being escorted out of the room.
Op-ed by Students for Justice in Palestine perpetuates radicalization of Israel-Palestine debate.