While we're on the topic of Israel, let's talk about some of the radical anti-Israel people that have been brought to campus in the past.
African-American radical activist Kwame Ture, formerly known as Stokely Carmichael, gave a controversial Athenaeum speech on Monday, 1 February 1993, in which he blasted Zionism as the enemy of humanity and Africa and said that he supported the Palestinians unconditionally. "If Arafat needs machine guns and I got them," Ture told his Athenaeum audience, "--go ahead. Do your work." (Kevin Starr, Commerce and Civilization, p. 346)