Boston PR firm won’t hire Harvard grads who signed pro-Palestinian open letter

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Harvard students need not apply at Regan Communications Group.

George Regan, chairman and founder, is refusing to hire Harvard University students whose organizations signed on to a letter blaming Israel solely for the deadly attacks by Hamas.

Regan will also pose a hiring ban on anyone who protests against Israel. Regan Communications Group employs over 100 people in 12 offices across the United States including its headquarters in Boston, as well as offices in New York City, Palm Beach, FL, Providence, Rhode Island, New London, CT, Charleston, SC, and Cape Cod.

“As a human being, I was appalled and outraged by the October 7th sneak attack and massacre of innocent men, women and children (many of them babies) in the nation of Israel at the hands of the terrorist group Hamas,” Regan said in a statement.

“I have had the great privilege to travel to Israel on many occasions with Robert and the late Myra Kraft and Abe Foxman, former national director of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), and I found both the country and its people among the most beautiful and kind on earth. I have also spent many years working with the ADL and have grown to understand the anti-semitism that my Jewish and Israeli friends face on a daily basis. I stand firmly and unequivocally behind Israel and its response against the terrorist group Hamas,” he added

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