“Being very straightforward, this made me feel targeted and unsafe in my own dorm room and I know others feel exactly the same as myself,” a student told the Times. “I understand free speech rights but if this was targeted solely to Jewish students then this appears to be of a more threatening nature rather than informative.”
I don’t suppose that one could make the argument that these sorts of things might act as “triggers” for these kids to recall that millions of their grandparents and great-grandparents were gasses and burned to death solely because they were Jews, by German Fascists who felt the same way about them as these Palestinian supporters do.
Because we have to reserve triggers for really important and frightening stuff like statues of men in white underwear.
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