Students from the University of Washington and Georgetown University from across the country gathered to praise the Hamas terrorists who slaughtered 1,300 Israelis over the weekend and plunged the region into a bloody war.
At the University of Washington, video footage showed several Jewish students in tears as they pleaded with an administrator to put an end to the pro-Palestinian rally in which students condoned violence against Israel and the Jewish people.
“They want our people dead.” “They want us killed,” a student sobs to an administrator who appears to be listening but suggests there is something he can do.
“How do you let this happen? Why don’t you put a stop to this?’ she asked through uncontrollable tears. “Please stop it. Please,” she begged.
The event on the Red Square of the campus had been advertised by a radical student group that said its goal was to “strengthen righteous Palestinian resistance” and “condemn the settler-colonial state of Israel.”
Flyers for the event featured a paraglider similar to those used by Hamas militants to fly into southern Israel last Saturday and massacre scores of innocent concertgoers.
The Students for Justice in Palestine branch in Georgetown posted fliers that read, “Glory to our martyrs,” referring to the Hamas terrorists who slaughtered 1,300 Israelis over the weekend
Another video shot in Red Square shows pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian protesters facing off as anger on both sides boils over and face-to-face confrontations break out.
At Georgetown University in Washington, DC, students held a vigil for the Palestinian martyrs who died killing Israelis over the weekend.
“Glory to our martyrs,” read a sign hanging directly above another that read, “Justice = Peace.”
“Do you support decolonization as an abstract academic theory? Or as a tangible event?” Read a sign written by the group Students for Justice in Palestine.
Students hail the weekend’s barbaric attacks as a “tangible” step towards “decolonization”.
Jonathan Neman, a Georgetown graduate and co-founder and CEO of Sweetgreen, commented on the post: “As a Georgetown graduate, it makes me very sad to see this.”
Neman is one of the CEOs who said he supports hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman’s demand that Harvard University reveal the identities of students who signed a letter supporting the Palestinian cause – including Hamas attacks ensuring they are never hired by his company.
Since Hamas terrorists attacked the Jewish state in a coordinated land and air attack on Saturday morning, anti-Israel demonstrations have taken place at almost all elite US universities.
The indiscriminate killing of women, children, the elderly and innocent men included beheadings, the burning of families alive, and rampages by peaceful kibbutzim that wiped out entire communities.
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A house in ruins following an attack by Hamas militants on this kibbutz a few days earlier, killing dozens of civilians near the Gaza border
A 24-year-old Israeli student was physically attacked at New York’s Ivy League University, Columbia, on Wednesday evening.
At Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, an associate professor hailed Hamas’s brutal attacks and called Saturday’s massacre an “extraordinary day.”
Shortly after the attacks began in Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that the country was once again at war with its enemy neighbor and that the mission was to wipe every Hamas member from the face of the earth.
Since then, the IDF has launched a series of counterattacks, including around 6,000 bombs fired into Gaza.
The death toll in Israel is reportedly at 1,300, while the toll in Gaza has risen to around 1,500 since fighting began. Many thousands were also injured on both sides of the conflict.