“protesters loudly and energetically chant while waving a Palestinian flag”
The BDS movement is still alive and well at Berkeley.
The College Fix reports:
Student activists chanting ‘Free Palestine’ shut down UC-Berkeley student government meeting
A mob of student activists chanting “free Palestine” disrupted a student government committee meeting Monday at the University of California-Berkeley, as the body was scheduled to vote on a resolution condemn a pro-Palestinian student group for anti-Semitism.
In a video tweeted by Middle East analyst and Israeli Defense Forces reservist Yoni Michanie, protesters loudly and energetically chant while waving a Palestinian flag. Michanie called the protest evidence of the rise of anti-Semitism in America.
The University and External Affairs Committee was scheduled to vote on a resolution that would condemn “Bears for Palestine for their display in Eshleman Hall Glorifying Violent Terrorists.” That has now been put off until next week.
According to The Daily Californian, the resolution asks the pro-Palestinian group to “significantly alter” or remove photos of three Palestinian leaders from the club’s cubicle in Eshleman Hall. One of them, Leila Khaled, is holding an AK-47 rifle.
Last night, UC Berkeley’s student government was supposed to vote on a bill that would condemn antisemitic incidents occurring on campus.
Instead, Jewish students were silenced and abused.
Still wonder why antisemitism is on the rise in America?
Take a minute, and watch this: pic.twitter.com/oTbeY5hqTK
— Yoni Michanie (@YoniMichanie) February 4, 2020
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