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Some Harvard students are fearful of ‘doxxing’ after their letter blaming Israel for the Hamas attacks

Some Harvard students are claiming that they are victims of doxxing and public harassment after they signed onto or were affiliated with an anti-Israel letter that went viral after the Hamas terrorist attacks. 

A number of those students agreed to speak to The New York Times “but insisted on anonymity, saying that they feared for their safety.” The outlet added that the students “asked that even the smallest details of their personal lives — freshman? senior? — not be published.”

The anti-Israel letter, which has since sparked debate about “cancel culture” against leftist students, charged “the Israeli regime” as “entirely responsible for all unfolding violence” in the region. 

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Jeffrey Clark is an associate editor for Fox News Digital. He has previously served as a speechwriter for a cabinet secretary and as a Fulbright teacher in South Korea. Jeffrey graduated from the University of Iowa in 2019 with a degree in English and History. 

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