Remember the repugnant individual from San Francisco State University, who was holding a sign supporting terrorists?
It turns out this was just the tip of the iceberg.
Elder of Ziyon found that the San Francisco State University General Union of Palestinian Students are selling a t-shirt lauding palestinian terrorist Leila Khaled, and their president Mohammad Hammad has expressed the wish for all Israelis to be killed.
You know what?
Israelis ARE colonizers, there is literally no way around it
And you know what else?
My heroes HAVE always killed colonizers
I literally see nothing wrong with this
and my only regret is that not all colonizers were killed
He’s now been caught posting a photo of himself with a knife, expressing the desire to stab Israeli soldiers with it (hat tip: Dusty)
This is so disturbing, it has forced the Simon Wiesenthal Center to warn SFSU of a “a potential threat to its Jewish students.”
Simon Wiesenthal Center officials today warned San Francisco State University of a potential threat to its Jewish students after the Amcha Initiative uncovered a picture on Tumblr allegedly posted by the President of the University-sanctioned General Union of Palestine Students (GUPS) in which he is shown holding a knife with the caption saying, “I seriously can not get over how much I love this blade. It is the sharpest thing I own and cuts through everything like butter and just holding it makes me want to stab an Israeli soldier….”The Tumblr post has since been removed. See larger image of Tumblr page here).
Copies of the picture were forwarded to SFSU President Leslie Wong by Amcha and the Wiesenthal Center, and in a phone conversation earlier today with Wong’s office, Center officials warned that such avowedly violent statements, especially when linked with another recent GUPS campus event where participants used a stencil saying, “My heroes have always killed colonizers,” pose a potentially significant threat to the university’s Jewish students.
“It is outrageous and unacceptable that the leader of a University-funded group would invoke a message of death and violence,” said a Wiesenthal Center official.
For too long, US universities have allowed this kind of poisonous atmosphere to reign supreme.
SFSU needs to take action against Hammad, as well as GUPS for promoting violence and terrorism.
Now is not the time for SFSU to STFU.