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Noah Shufutinsky

Noah Shufutinsky delivered an emotional testimony in the Knesset about anti-Semitism on university campuses.

Anti-Semitic incidents are regular occurrences on North American college campuses in recent years, targeting student activists, organizations, and faculty that support the State of Israel.

Noah Shufutinsky, a black Jewish student at George Washington University in Washington, D.C, addressed the Israeli parliament about his experiences with Jew-hatred, saying his, “heritage was targeted, attacked, and demonized” on campus.

Listen to his emotional testimony in which he describes the profound discrimination and hatred he experienced simply because he is a Jew who supports Israel.






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