AIM president tells Fox News that Columbia president is ‘not fit to serve’ as campus turmoil continues

April 25, 2024

By Accuracy In Media

More wild anti-Israel protesters descend on Columbia University lawn vowing to ‘hold this line’

Unfazed by Thursday’s mass arrests, protests continued at Columbia University on Friday and a large police presence — with officers in riot gear — was reported.

Demonstrators, including activist actress Susan Sarandon, marched through the streets to the university, chanting with signs and flags.

Accuracy in Media’s President Adam Guillette told Fox News Digital Friday: “[Columbia University President] Minouche Shafik has failed time and again to protect Jewish students on campus and hold antisemitic students and faculty accountable.”

He added, “During Wednesday’s hearing, Shafik made a number of empty promises and insincere statements about the state of antisemitism on Columbia’s campus. Just one day later, radical antisemites continued to terrorize Jewish students on campus and spew their hateful ideology. The last 48 hours have made it abundantly clear that Shafik is not fit to serve as Columbia President.”

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