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Richard Cravatts
Simmons College, USA


Dr. Cravatts has published over 350 articles, op-ed pieces, columns, and chapters in books on campus anti-Semitism, campus free speech, terrorism, Constitutional law, Middle East politics, real estate, and social policy, and is the author of the newly-released Genocidal Liberalism: The University’s War Against Israel & Jews.  Cravatts is President of Scholars for Peace in the Middle East.



   
 
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Sarah N. Stern
President, Endowment for Middle East Truth
 
 
 
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Campus Anti-Semitism
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Dina Porat
Dina Porat, a Tel Aviv University professor of Jewish History, served as head of the Department of Jewish History, the Chaim Rosenberg School of Jewish Studies, and the Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Antisemitism and Racism.
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