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REVEALED: Paid Operative Behind Anti-Israel Campus Activism

All across the country, anti-Israel divestment efforts are taking hold, resulting in petitions, divestment campaigns, and public demonstrations that appear to be the spontaneous actions of students. On the contrary, these anti-Israel actions, we are now learning, are anything but spontaneous, and are, in some cases, orchestrated by a paid anti-Israel operative, The Times of Israel reveals in a new report:

The anti-Israel movement on campus would like you to think that divestment is a form of pure, grassroots student activism. But recent developments at Loyola University of Chicago have shown that divestment promoters are deceiving the public regarding the true nature of their campaigns.

On Tuesday, April 1st, Students for Justice in Palestine presented the Loyola student government with an anti-Israel divestment resolution. But what they neglected to mention was that they didn’t write the legislation themselves. It turned out that the real author was Dalit Baum, a major leader in the global Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel. Baum is not a student or faculty member of Loyola or any North American university. She is a paid operative working to co-opt student governments into following the BDS Movement’s malicious, anti-Israel agenda. And if she is writing resolutions for one school, it is likely that she is writing them for others as well…

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