Last month, a protest at UCL became violent and intimidatory. Protesters against the presence of an Israeli speaker at the university surrounded a room full of predominantly Jewish students, allegedly assaulted three female students, and even jumped through a window to confront the terrified audience. Campaign Against Antisemitism then found antisemitic tweets by one of the ringleaders of the protest, which we reported to the university and the police.
Now, Campaign Against Antisemitism and UCL’s Jewish Society are holding a public meeting at UCL on 30th November at 19:00 (please note the change of date) at which Campaign Against Antisemitism Chairman, Gideon Falter, will talk about the relationship between antisemitism on campus and anti-Israel activism.
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