Kristallnacht at Columbia University,                                  4/21/2024

Declare Columbia University A Terror Organization

The recent events unfolding at Columbia University have sparked great concern and alarm. The support for terror activities, particularly those targeting Jews and Americans, is not only shocking but also deeply troubling. The physical and verbal abuse against students, especially Jews, Burning U.S. and Israel flags, bring back painful memories of the atrocities of Kristallnacht.

It is imperative that we do not confuse these acts on Columbia University with freedom of speech. What is happening on the campus of Columbia University is far more sinister. It is the promotion and support of violent behavior and the breeding of terror activities on American soil. This goes beyond the realm of academic discourse and enters the dangerous territory of hate speech and incitement to violence.

It is evident that the University's leadership has lost control, demonstrating the need for the U.S. Government to take decisive action to address these issues and ensure the safety and well-being of all students on campus.

Watching groups and Professor’s on campus openly calling for violence and terrorism on Jews and Americans, including chants of “Death to Israel” and “Death to America.” These groups are promoting messages of hate and violence, threatening the safety of Jewish and American students not only on campus but also around the globe. The language being used is not only deeply offensive but also calling for violence and a repeat of October 7th incites fear and harm especially in the Jewish community.

We believe that Columbia University has become a breeding ground for terrorism and hate, and as such, we call for the Private university to be declared a terror organization. We demand the closure of the entire university and the arrest of its staff and group leaders who are promoting these dangerous ideologies.

We urge the authorities to launch a thorough investigation into the activities of staff and student groups at Columbia University. Those found to be promoting hate and violence must be removed immediately, locked up and charged with the maximum penalty by law for engaging in terror activity. It is imperative that we send a strong message that anti-Semitism and terrorism have no place in our schools and universities.

As Jews, we feel a deep sense of fear and unease reminiscent of Kristallnacht here in New York City. We call on the government and law enforcement to take swift action to address this crisis before it escalates further. Only by closing down the entire University and holding those responsible accountable can we begin to restore a sense of safety and security for all.

With Great Pain,


Duvi Honig

Founder and Chief Executive Officer Orthodox Jewish Chamber Of Commerce

Mr. J. Morton Davis

Chairman of Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce & Wall Street Investment Firm -DH Blair

R' Mendy Mirocznik

Excutive Director of Rabbinical Alliance of America