“emergency protest and candlelight vigil”
How much more convincing do American parents need to know that higher education is radicalizing their kids?
The Jewish News Syndicate reports:
Pro-Palestinian student group at Ohio State University to hold vigil honoring slain terrorist
The Ohio State University’s Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) chapter plans to host a vigil to honor Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades terrorist Ibrahim Nabulsi, who was recently killed by Israel, on Friday at 6 p.m.
The student group announced the “emergency protest and candlelight vigil” on Aug. 10 via its Instagram account. The post indicates that the demonstration is “in honor of our martyrs,” including Nabulsi and those killed alongside him, 25-year-old Islam Soboh and 16-year-old Hussein Taha, whom Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) has hailed as mujahideen.
“We will be honoring our martyrs Ibrahim Nabulsi, Hussein Taha, Islam Soboh and Momen Jaber. Please join us as we continue to fight and stand for justice in Palestine,” says the student club in the post’s caption, calling on participants to bring “signs, flags and keffiyehs” to the demonstration.
The fall academic semester starts on Aug. 23, with students arriving on campus prior to that date.
The United States and Israel consider the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades to be a terrorist group, with the U.S. State Department designating the outfit as a Foreign Terrorist Organization.
Israeli counterterrorism forces killed Nabulsi, also known as the “Lion of Nablus,” on Aug. 9 after an hours-long firefight that ensued during an operation by the Israel Defense Forces, Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet) and Israel Police.
Nabulsi, who had previously evaded Israeli forces, was behind multiple shootings targeting Israeli civilians and IDF soldiers in Nablus and neighboring areas. The areas targeted by Nabulsi included Joseph’s Tomb, a holy site sacred to Jews.
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