University apologizes after anti-Semitic messages were projected on the building


Revelations 6:4 Then another horse that was red went forth. Power was given to him who sat on it to take peace from the earth, causing people to kill one another. Then a great sword was given to him.

Important Takeaways:

  • UPenn apologizes for light projections on buildings reading ‘from the river to the sea,’ ‘Zionism is racism’
  • The University of Pennsylvania is apologizing after images were shared on social media showing light projections with anti-Israeli messages displayed on campus buildings.
  • University officials say that police are conducting an investigation into the incident, which they characterized as “vile” and “antisemitic.”
  • “Last night, vile, antisemitic messages were projected onto several campus buildings, including Penn Commons, Huntsman Hall, and Irvine Auditorium. Penn Police were notified and quickly responded, and a full investigation is currently underway,” said University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill.
  • Phrases including “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free” and “Zionism is racism” were projected onto the facade of several buildings on UPenn’s campus in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • “For generations, too many have masked antisemitism in hostile rhetoric,” Magill wrote. “These reprehensible messages are an assault on our values and cause pain and fear for our Jewish community.”

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