Stealth Newspaper Campaign Exposes Jew Hatred at the University of Chicago

In a stealth campaign to circumvent campus censors and reach students directly, the David Horowitz Freedom Center on Monday distributed over 5,000 newspapers containing its new report on the rising tide of Jew Hatred and its links to the Hamas-funded campus hate group Students for Justice in Palestine on the University of Chicago campus.

The newspapers were distributed at multiple locations on campus, with copies made available in classroom buildings, dining facilities, student centers, and in distribution locations for The Chicago Maroon, the university’s main student newspaper.

The Freedom Center’s report names the “Top Ten Jew-Hating Colleges and Universities” and documents the pervasive Jew hatred that is thriving on America’s college campuses. Colleges named in the report include the University of Chicago, UCLA, Rutgers University, and Arizona State University, among others.

The report reveals that campus Jew hatred is most often fomented by the Hamas-funded campus hate group Students for Justice in Palestine and supported and funded by a complex network of university resources, faculty, departments, and administrators.

“We call on the universities catalogued in this report and all institutions of higher learning to shut down the Jew hatred infecting their campuses,” said Freedom Center founder David Horowitz. “If they should fail to do so, we urge Congress to withhold all federal funding until they are willing to support the principles of diversity, inclusion, and fairness which represent the heart of the American system.”

Read the full report on the Top Ten Jew-Hating Colleges and Universities at