Jewish Student Sues UCLA After Antisemitic Activities

A Jewish student filed a lawsuit against the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), alleging the university committed civil rights violations.

According to the lawsuit, the university enabled “dangerous condition[s]” at the campus.

The lawsuit also states that students want to be “safe and free from campus terrorism and anti-Semitism.”

The suit adds that the Palestine protests were “enabled by and perpetrated under the university’s watchful eyes to such an extent that the Jewish students and faculty were so fearful for their lives and safety that they could not go into the university’s town square or anywhere else on campus without being verbally or physically assaulted by the campus terrorists.”

Extra credit was also offered to those who participated in the Palestine protests, the student claims in the lawsuit.

A Jewish professor similarly planned to sue USC for antisemitic activities.

Lawyer Michael Reznik told The Epoch Times that his clients are not “thinking about compensation,” but want “peace and security.”

Much of the anti-Israel protests on university campuses are linked to terrorist organizations, according to a report from watchdog organization NGO Monitor.

Terror group Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) has a “strong presence at encampments, demonstrations, and riots on American college campuses,” the report said, explaining that students have been seen carrying PFLP materials, such as flags, posters, and publications.