Opinion

Students for Justice in Palestine: Discriminatory evictions are real

Last week, Student for Justice in Palestine placed mock eviction notices in student dorms to call attention to one of the most abhorrent features of Israel’s occupation of Palestine: the demolition of Palestinian homes in the Occupied Territories. In response, Leah Sarna and Yishai Schwartz wrote an op-ed (“Evicting the truth,” April 24) that obfuscates »
Opinion

Sabri and the ASA: A tradition of political action

February 28, 2011 • 6
The Arab Students Association-International Students Organization (ASA-ISO) mixer this past weekend was not about celebrating the death of thousands in the face of change. It is regrettable that Benjamin Preminger insinuated in a column Friday (“Less party, more earthquake,” Feb. 25) that we are jubilant because “countless bereaved families mourn over the bodies of their »
Opinion

Sabri: An unfounded attack

October 20, 2010 • 17
Last Thursday, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) released a report identifying what it calls the “Top 10 Anti-Israel Groups” in the United States. In addition to organizations like Jewish Voice for Peace, it named Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), which has a chapter at Yale. Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director, explains: “While there are »