“has trafficked in antisemitic tropes, demonized Zionism, and falsely accused Israelis of eating the organs of Palestinians”
Keep this story in mind the next time students say that the presence of a conservative on campus makes them feel unsafe.
The College Fix reports:
Harvard hosts fiery Palestinian activist well known for antisemitic rhetoric
A variety of student groups at Harvard University this week hosted fiery Palestinian activist Mohammed El-Kurd, who pushes antisemitic rhetoric, prompting protests from pro-Israel students at the Ivy League institution.
El-Kurd spoke on “pushing institutions to divest from oppressive systems” Monday at an event titled “Confronting State Violence: Divestment and Youth Activism.” He was joined at the podium by Black Lives Matter leader Marcus McDonald.
“Currently a columnist for the left-wing magazine The Nation, the 24-year-old el-Kurd has trafficked in antisemitic tropes, demonized Zionism, and falsely accused Israelis of eating the organs of Palestinians. Over the past two years he has widely toured across American university campuses, heightening concerns about rising antisemitism and harassment against pro-Israel students,” The Algemeiner reported.
As The College Fix reported last March, Duke University’s Student Government voted to provide $16,000 to bring El-Kurd to their campus. During his speech, when asked what would happen to Israelis if Palestinians took the land “from the river to the sea” he reportedly replied “I don’t care. I truly, sincerely, don’t give a f**k,” as the audience cheered.
During his talk at Arizona State University last April, El-Kurd joked: “If you heckle me, you will get shot.”
Horrific – audio footage of rabid antisemite Mohammed El-Kurd stating “if you heckle me, you will get shot” at Arizona State University this past Sunday April 10th.
This hatred & incitement to violence is being welcomed and rewarded with big paychecks at schools like @ASU
— StopAntisemitism (@StopAntisemites) April 13, 2022
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