Under Pressure From Donors, Rutgers Suspends Pro-Palestinian Student Group

Rutgers University, which has come under fire in recent weeks for not taking campus antisemitism seriously, has now suspended the Students for Justice in Palestine for disruptive/disorderly behavior and failing to comply with directives of university officials.

As previously reported by Lakewood Alerts, Rutgers has been under intense pressure from donors and alumni, particularly over the case of Yoel Ackerman, a frum law student who has faced serious harassment since the October 7 Hamas massacre in Israel.

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