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Good God, Brandeis must be twirling in his grave!

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Submitted by Kenneth Besig (Israel), Mar 18, 2007 at 02:38

As a Jew I am saddened and disgusted that Brandeis University has lost any sense or morality and justice, things which I am sure motivated Louis Brandeis during his lifetime both as a Jew as well as a Supreme Court Justice.

I just have to quote Scripture here, the reference to the death of King Shaul before he could be taken prisoner by his enemies, to wit, How the mighty have fallen.

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