Crack down on student visas to calm campus antisemitism — and quell terror attacks

This op-ed originally appeared in the New York Post on May 29, 2024

American universities have been under siege by blatantly antisemitic protesters ever since the Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attack against Israel.

These protesters have disrupted learning, assaulted Jewish students, attacked law enforcement and damaged property.

This behavior is not protected by the First Amendment; it is hateful law-breaking.

University responses have varied, with some canceling or scaling down graduation ceremonies, depriving seniors of this sacred rite of passage after years of study and hundreds of thousands of dollars in tuition.

Read the full op-ed in the New York Post here

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