No wonder anti-Semitism and the BDS movement are so popular among college students. After all, with professors like Rutgers’ Michael Chikindas, it’s bound to rub off sometimes:

Sounds like Rutgers might have a serious anti-Semitism problem.

The Facebook posts captured above are from this past May.

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Neal Buccino, a spokesperson for Rutgers, told The Algemeiner that “Professor Michael Chikindas’ comments and posts on social media are antithetical to our university’s principles and values of respect for people of all backgrounds, including, among other groups, our large and vibrant Jewish community. Such comments do not represent the position of the University.”

He added that while Rutgers respects the free speech rights of its faculty members, it also seeks to “foster an environment free from discrimination, as articulated in our policy prohibiting discrimination.”

“The university is reviewing this matter to determine if actions taken in the context of his role as a faculty member at Rutgers may have violated that policy,” Buccino added.

As of now, it appears Chikindas is still employed by Rutgers. So, stay tuned …