McGill Tribune Publishes Retraction of Anti-Israel Group’s Antisemitic Conspiracy Theory

On November 11, HonestReporting Canada issued an alert about how the McGill Tribune had given a platform to an anti-Israel group on campus to spew the baseless antisemitic theory that “Zionist donors” control McGill University. The Tribune’s November 8 article covered a supposed controversy that had erupted since late October, when the McGill Institute for […]

McGill University Must Cancel Its MOA With McGill Daily Due To Continued Anti-Israel & Antisemitic Content

Less than two weeks ago, an anti-Israel resolution put forward by the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) was passed, which called for the boycott of organizations “complicit in settler-colonial apartheid against Palestinians” and a semi-regular commemoration of Nakba Day, mourning (not celebrating) Israel’s independence in 1948. Shortly thereafter, McGill University’s threatened to suspend its […]

McGill Daily Regurgitates Classic Anti-Israel Misinformation From “BDS Week”

If a McGill University student happened to come across a recent November 15 article in their campus newspaper, the McGill Daily entitled: “SPHR Hosts BDS Week,” they would be inundated with some of the oldest and most tired anti-Israel cliches ever to be seen on a Canadian campus. The article covered a recent anti-Israel program […]

McGill Daily Again Endorses and Promotes Anti-Israel Groups

With the new school year almost upon us, we’re not surprised one iota that the McGill Daily has endorsed anti-Israel groups Independent Jewish Voices (IJV) and McGill Students in Solidarity with Palestinian Human Rights (SPHR). The McGill Daily, a campus paper accused of antisemitism for its anti-Zionist stance, known for singling Israel out for exclusive […]

McGill Daily Back To Its Old Anti-Israel Tricks

Update: March 30, 2020: The Daily published a commentary by Andreas Iakovos Koch on March 27 promoting another SPHR effort while noting the following: “In October 2018, the ASN provoked more controversy on campus by inviting Nuseir Yassin, better known by his Facebook name Nas Daily, a Palestinian citizen of Israel and video-blogger who has […]