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Stanford Student Who Said He Wanted to Fight Zionists Resigns from RA Position

Stanford Student Who Said He Wanted to Fight Zionists Resigns from RA Position

“A sloppy comment”

This all started a few weeks ago. The student’s explanation for why he said these things is amazing.

The College Fix reports:

Stanford R.A. who wanted to ‘physically fight’ Zionists resigns from position

The Stanford resident assistant who had posted on social media that he would “physically fight Zionists on campus” has officially resigned from his position.

In a statement to The Stanford Daily, Hamzeh Daoud said that he bears “trans-generational trauma” as a third-generation Palestinian refugee, and that he wrote his rants because he became “infused [with the] same hatred” that Israel has caused his family.

“It was the antithesis of why I chose this path in life,” Daoud said. “A sloppy comment made during an emotion-filled reaction to yet another layer of trauma, the comment did not convey my values, who I am currently, or who I hope to become.”

Daoud maintains he never intended to physically harm to anyone; indeed, he claims he merely desired to “intellectually fight” Stanford Zionists.

Of course, this assertion doesn’t exactly address other remarks Daoud posted on social media such as “abolishing [Zionist] ass,” “fuck your liberal zionist ass. fuck your jewish state,” and “Salam! Your daily dose of fuck Israel and have a nice day!”

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I’m not sure I know what “a third-generation . . . refugee” is.

Nice to know he has assimilated so well.

The first rule of Fight Club is: You do not talk about Fight Club. The second rule of Fight Club is: You DO NOT TALK ABOUT FIGHT CLUB!

Daoud claims to be suffering from “trans-generational trauma”?

Big deal.

Jews are suffering from “trans-MILLENIAL trauma” – but we don’t go around threatening to beat up on people!

If Daoud is a U.S. citizen or lawful U.S. resident, then he can’t be a refugee, third generation or otherwise.

“In a statement to The Stanford Daily, Hamzeh Daoud said that he bears ‘trans-generational trauma’ as a third-generation Palestinian refugee…”

I am reminded of a family of Palestinian Christians I knew in the ’60s. Before the Six Day War, the patriarch of the family told his children to get out of the West Bank. Why? Because, the patriarch informed them, from his experience in the Jordanian civil service, he concluded that Muslims would never promote a Christian over a Muslim.

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