Dozens of student groups at Harvard University issued a collective statement blaming Israel for the violence and atrocities committed by the terrorist organization Hamas during its attack on the Jewish state. Attacks that involved the deaths of at least 800 Israeli civilians and included the rape and murder of numerous women and children.
Despite Hamas committing war crimes, entering civilians’ homes and murdering babies, children, women, mothers and fathers, brutalizing the victims, the students claimed it was “entirely” Israel’s responsibility.
Imagine being a Jewish student and sitting next to someone who describes the rape of your people and the kidnapping of your children as justified “resistance.” @Harvard, you are an embarrassment. https://t.co/waB3JmoHvm
“We, the undersigned student organizations, hold the Israeli regime entirely responsible for all unfolding violence. Today’s events did not occur in a vacuum. … The apartheid regime is the only one to blame.” the Harvard Palestine Solidarity Groups on the Situation in Palestine wrote in a recently released statement.
“31–yes 31–Harvard organizations have declared that the murders, rapes, kidnappings, and other atrocities committed by Hamas against innocent people are in no way the fault of Hamas, but are rather entirely the fault of … Israel. Something is deeply, deeply wrong in academia. As you will see, the groups include Harvard’s Amnesty International affiliate and organizations associated with the undergraduate college and many of the graduate and professional schools.”Princeton professor Robert George noted.
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https://t.co/MCi95CeUtd As you will see, the groups include Harvard's Amnesty International affiliate and organizations associated with the undergraduate college and many of the graduate and professional schools.