HRC / AVI Campus Media Fellow Published In The National Post: At Concordia, I Watched As Administrators Sat Back And Allowed Hate To Fester

On June 11, 2024, one of our Campus Media Fellows, Ora Bar, was published in The National Post, about her experience as a student at Concordia University. She witnessed first-hand how anti-Jewish ideology was normalized by weak university leaders, inept professors, and biased student media. This normalization of anti-Jewish rhetoric must stop. It’s high time we […]

Concordia Student Newspaper Apologizes & Retracts Article Which Quoted Anti-Israel Student Activist Who Had Previously Ran For Neo-Nazi Party

In an important win for accuracy, integrity and the truth in campus media reporting of Israel, The Link, a student newspaper at Montreal’s Concordia University, has released a major retraction and apology following an article which grossly whitewashed a hateful anti-Israel demonstration and which quoted an anti-Israel student activist which it failed to mention had […]

Concordia University Student Newspaper Gives A Platform To A Palestinian Group Which Has Advocated For A Convicted Murderer

[columns size=”1/2″ last=”false”] [/columns]Abba Eban, Israel’s long-time ambassador to the United Nations, once famously said that “the Arabs never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity.” One could paraphrase Eban and say that The Link, Concordia University’s student newspaper, never misses an opportunity to malign Israel. In a recent article published on May 13 entitled: […]

HRC Campus Media Fellow Published In The Suburban: Concordia Student Paper Dishonestly Condemns President’s Trip To Israel

On April 16, 2023, one of our Campus Media Fellows, Shirel Amzallag, was published in The Suburban about The Link, Concordia University’s student newspaper, which recently published an article that condemned Concordia President Graham Carr’s visit to Israel. The Link’s article was filled with false claims about Israel and its coverage sought to contribute to the growing […]

Concordia Press Release Boasts University’s Welcoming Palestinian Artist For Fellowship; Ignores That Artist Has Been Accused of Glorifying Palestinian Terrorism

In 2014, a multimedia art exhibit was held at Ottawa’s city call, entitled Target. The exhibit, created by Rehab Nazzal, a Palestinian-Canadian photographer, became a source of controversy after the exhibit was accused of glorifying Palestinian terrorism. Target featured photographic portraits of what it described as “assassinated Palestinian figures… lost artists, writers and leaders,” but […]