Joseph Massad's "Truth, facts and facts on the ground" (Al Jazeera English) is remarkable for the sheer number of falsehoods by the Columbia professor that cast all blame for the Arab-Israeli conflict onto Israel, while portraying the Palestinians as blameless victims.
Two students who led the campaign for academic freedom share strategies for effective activism
Since the release last fall of the documentary film Columbia Unbecoming in which students accused professors in the Middle East studies department of academic intimidation, Columbia University has been embroiled in a controversy which garnered international headlines.
In the wake of student allegations against Joseph Massad and the grave criticisms of him by Columbia's Ad Hoc Committee, the New York Times publishes a puff piece calling Massad "a fan of free speech."
April 8 update follows. The Columbia professor redefines anti-Semitism, Jews and Israel to suit his radical agenda.