The Deborah Project was asked to write an amicus brief for a case against a New Jersey school board for permitting school board members to attack the Jewish State at the conclusion of a school board meeting. Schwartz v. Abedrabbo, Awwad, Clifton Board of Education and Passaic County, in New Jersey Superior Court. In our amicus brief we assert that the School Ethics Commission violated the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution, as well as the N.J. Constitution because it rejected the initial complaint against two school board members who viciously denounced Israel for protecting itself from Hamas terrorism, and they did so at the end of a school board meeting. The Ethics Commission claimed there was no violation because “no school board action was taken as a result of those members’ statements.” But the Ethics Commission, just a year earlier, had found that a different school board member had committed an ethics violation when he posted harsh criticism of two Muslim members of Congress on his personal Facebook page. In that case, no school board action was taken and the Facebook post was not a government site, nor could he be construed as acting in his official capacity.