“You have a right to free speech, but shockingly, it turns out people don’t want to hire individuals who sympathize with murderers.”
You couldn’t make this up. These students are now casting themselves as the victims here.
Pro-Hamas Harvard Students Beg For Money For Mental Health
Pro-Hamas Harvard students would like some money to help with their alleged mental health issues.
Harvard students stunned the country when dozens of student organizations signed a letter blaming Israel for Hamas murdering more than 1,400 Israelis. The horrific attack shocked the civilized world and Israel has responded by launching a massive war in retaliation.
“We, the undersigned student organizations, hold the Israeli regime entirely responsible for all unfolding violence. Today’s events did not occur in a vacuum. For the last two decades, millions of Palestinians in Gaza have been forced to live in an open-air prison. Israeli officials promise to ‘open the gates of hell,’ and the massacres in Gaza have already commenced. Palestinians in Gaza have no shelters for refuge and nowhere to escape. In the coming days, Palestinians will be forced to bear the full brunt of Israel’s violence,” the statement signed by dozens of Harvard student organizations read, in part.
There was immediate backlash, and multiple powerful people called for people to not hire pro-Hamas grads.
You have a right to free speech, but shockingly, it turns out people don’t want to hire individuals who sympathize with murderers.
Now, Harvard students who support the terrorist organization are begging for money for mental health reasons, according to the Daily Mail.
Harvard’s Arab Alumni Association is soliciting donations because pro-Hamas students are facing “relentless bullying and intimidation” for blaming Israel for the massacre of its own citizens, according to the report.
Harvard’s Arab Alumni Association (HAAA) is asking members to support Arab students whose groups signed the Hamas letter
HAAA asks alumni to consider providing “legal counsel, healthcare, mental health support, financial aid or mentorship” pic.twitter.com/Nyk6Y2ZvpV
— John Hasson (@SonofHas) October 12, 2023
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