Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) is a campus fraternity which has over 180 chapters in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Austria, Australia, and Israel. AEPi claims to have more than 102,000 members. The fraternity has a focus on building a Zionist supremacist community from within ranks of young members of world Jewry.
Alpha Epsilon Pi’s claims to be a “non-discriminatory fraternity” but has faced severe criticism over its zealous commitment to remaining an exclusively “Jewish clique”.
Notable Zionist Alumni
By using generously donated money from Zionist mega-donors such as Adam Milstein, Alpha Epsilon Pi has been able to assemble a powerful list of influential alumni and lobbying power across a wide range of industries to further Zionist influence in the US.
A number of its alumni include:
- Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg
- Zionist mega donor Sheldon Adelson
- Various leaders of other prominent Zionist organizations such as Moishe Smith (Past International President of B’nai B’rith), Rabbi Stanley Davids (President of Association of Reform Zionists of America), Eric Fingerhut (Hillel President), Wayne Firestone (Former Hillel CEO)
- Founders of major corporations including Citigroup, Tinder, Lyft, Home Depot and Hotels.com
- Numerous former/current presidents or chairmen of media production channels such as ESPN, MGM Studios, Walt Disney Studios, 20th Century Fox and NBC Television
- Numerous US representatives in Congress
- Former Israeli Ambassador to the United States
- Former Israeli Ambassador to Canada
- Current Israel Ambassador to Canada
- A US State Supreme Court Justice
- Former Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada
A comprehensive list of AEPi’s alumni can be found on its website. 1
Physical and Sexual Abuse Claims
Besides its rampant elitism and overt racist and Zionist ideals, AEPi’s history has been tarnished by waves of sexual assault allegations.
- In 2018, Temple’s former AEPi president was arrested on a second round of eight rape charges. In October 2020, Goldstein was sentenced to up to seven years in prison over the cases. 2
- In 2019, the chapter at the University of Arizona was kicked off campus for implicit rules infringement including alcohol use, hazing pledges.
- In 2019, the chapter at Emory University was commanded to close down for in any event two years due to hazing pledges and alcohol violations.
- In 2020, the chapter at Pennsylvania State University was suspended because of four individuals being accused of sexual assault at their fraternity house.
- In 2020, the chapter at the University of St Andrews suspended a few individuals over claims of in excess of twelve assaults and rapes. 3