NYU Student on 'Evictions': 'This Flyer is Clearly Spreading Anti-Semitism'

NYU SJP claims that Israel is attempting to ethnically cleanse the region and that Israel does not have a legal right to exist

NYU sophomore Laura Adkins appeared on "On the Record" with Greta Van Susteren to discuss the anti-Semitic mock eviction notices that were distributed Thursday morning. Students for Justice in Palestine, the group responsible for the propaganda flyers, denies Israel's legal right to exist and features photos on their Facebook page that call for the annihilation of the Jewish state and claim "from the river to the sea Palestine will be free." 

Adkins pointed out the anti-Semitic content on the flyer, which alleges that Israel ethnically cleanses non-Jews and claims that the Israeli government has a policy known as 'Judaization.' She also explained that many students on campus feel threatened and that the mock eviction notices "totally cross the line and became hate speech targeting the Jewish people."

Students at NYU have partnered with TruthRevolt to request that NYU president John Sexton stand against the anti-Semitism of SJP.

Meanwhile, on Friday, TruthRevolt reported that the New York University chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine denied Israel's right to exist via Twitter. The tweet, which was embedded in the article, has been deleted by the NYU SJP Twitter account.

Here is a screen grab of the original statement: