VIRGINIA TECH
AGAINST ANTISEMITISM

Oppose the Antisemitic BDS Resolution Being Considered by Virginia Tech's Student Government

Say NO to BDS

BDS is a divisive campaign that demonizes Israel and spreads antisemitism.


Sign the Petition

Show your support for Burlington's Jewish community by signing this petition to the Burlington City Council.

We Want Peace

If we want peace, we should stand against this antisemitic BDS resolution.


URGENT: Oppose Virgina Tech's
antisemitic resolution

Student government leaders at Virginia Tech are considering a BOYCOTT of Israel!

Professional organizers have forced a vote on a hateful resolution to single out the world’s only Jewish country for unique, discriminatory treatment.

It calls for VT to cut off all ties with Israeli universities, end study abroad/exchange programs, and divest the university’s endowment from all companies doing business in Israel.

Sign this petition to the Student Senate to tell them to OPPOSE this hateful resolution

There are no calls to boycott China, Russia, North Korea, Iran, Saudi Arabia, or even Afghanistan - which is literally run by a terrorist organization. The Graduate & Professional Student Senate is only concerned about blacklisting Israeli professors from participating in conferences and stopping Jewish students from studying abroad.

The so-called “Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions” campaign is a cynical international PR effort designed to isolate Israel. Virginia Tech should not allow its good name and reputation to be used to wage economic warfare on the Middle East’s only true democracy.


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