Brandeis’s core values are bankrupt

The twisted and callous agenda of those who squeezed President Lawrence to disinvite Ayaan Hirsi Ali. (Glatzov)

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The Silence of the Progressives (Town Hall)

“Hirsi Ali needs no degree or honor from Brandeis; she is a guiding light for the women who respect and honor her. But where will Brandeis go to get its respect and honor back?”

5 New Victories for Muslim Enemies of Free Speech (PJ Media)

“Both in the Islamic world and in the West, Islamic supremacist groups are determined to stamp out every critical word about Islam and jihad terror, so as to clear away all obstacles to the advancing jihad.”

Brandeis’ Surrender to the Brotherhood on Ayaan Hirsi Ali …

You must have heard about  the recent resignation of Brendan Eich at Mozilla and the decision by Brandeis University to withdraw an honorary degree from human rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali.

The problem isn’t so much that these things happened; it’s that those charged with publicly discussing the issues seem so bent on lying.

In both cases, Mozilla and Brandeis, there was a striking difference between the clarity of what had actually happened and the evasiveness of the official responses to the events. Eich stepped down rather than recant his past support for the view that one man and one woman makes a marriage; Hirsi Ali’s invitation was withdrawn because of her sweeping criticisms of Islamic culture Mohammedanism. But neither the phrase “marriage” nor the word “Islam” appeared in the initial statements Mozilla and Brandeis released.

Brandeis Backs Arsonists, Dumps Firefighter

That’s about right.