The National Students for Justice in Palestine (NSJP) will be holding a conference at the Univerity of Minnesota this weekend.
In October, the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP) released a 93-page comprehensive report about NSJP.
The report’s findings include that NSJP was founded in 2010 at a forum sponsored in part by the BDS National Committee, a coalition that includes multiple U.S.-designated terrorist organizations; NSJP regularly features and expresses support for convicted terrorists at its events and throughout its social media; and its “Points of Unity” statement calls for “ending Israel’s occupation and colonization of all Arab lands” or the destruction of the State of Israel.
In May, the NSJP held a “die-in” on the Columbia campus in May and released a statement that condoned terrorism, denied the right to Jewish self-determination, and accused Israel of ethnic cleansing and genocide.
SJP also claimed that violence on the Israel-Gaza border was part of “a path which concretely spells out the racist objective of Zionism: to create an ethno-supremacist state with no place for the indigenous Palestinians.”
They NSJB has over 200 chapters across the country, including prominent universities such as Harvard, Columbia and Georgetown.