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‘In the face of terror, we cannot be quiet,’ Sheryl Sandberg tells a gathering of 800 women at the United Nations.
Professors, alumni, and students unite against Israel at the campus on Morningside Heights.
Some 300 protesters stand arm-in-arm on tarmac, singing a song of solidarity with Israel.
Out of fear of desecration, the Israeli flag was to fly only between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Students had been warning the administration that the increasing aggressions against Jewish students would get out of hand.
In a powerful speech, she tells the United Nations that her son Hersh, 23, lost an arm, but she doesn’t know what happened to the rest of him.