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Hundreds of San Francisco High School Students Leave Class to Protest Israel

Hundreds of San Francisco High School Students Leave Class to Protest Israel

The kids chanting the anti-Semitic slogan, “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free,” should send a shiver down your spine.

Hundreds of high school students in San Francisco stormed out of class to protest Israel in a rally organized by the Arab Resource and Organizing Center (AROC).

“The Arab Resource & Organizing Center (AROC) holds the Israeli regime entirely responsible for all unfolding violence we’ve witnessed across historic Palestine, declared AROC on its website. “In the face of such violence we recommit ourselves to the struggle for freedom and justice in Palestine, in our region, and globally.”

Are you shocked that AROC supports and pushes BDS? Yeah, me either.

The kids chanting the anti-Semitic slogan, “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free,” should send a shiver down your spine.

The students who participated in the “Student Walkout for Gaza” have had their brains poisoned, making them think Israel bombed the Gaza hospital and killed hundreds of Palestinians:

NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION Student Walkout for Gaza! Wednesday, October 18 High school youth call on students across the country to join them on Wednesday, October 18th to walkout to stop the genocide in Gaza and demand that local leaders protect Palestinian, Arab, Muslim and all students against racist attacks. No to War! Dignity for all youth and students!

The group also supplied a toolkit!

The “bombing” was a Hamas misfired rocket that hit a hospital’s parking lot and somewhat damaged the building.

The media and left eagerly yapped the Hamas propaganda that Israel struck the hospital and killed 500-900 people!

Within hours, the evidence shot down (no pun intended) the narrative. But the correction never receives hits.

There is no mention of the 199 hostages that Hamas has in Gaza, the over 1,200 Jews slaughtered, babies beheaded, and towns demolished.

Jewish families responded to the walkout to the superintendent:

“Jewish families, who have spent the last 10 days mourning the brutal murders and kidnappings that Hamas inflicted against Jews in Israel, need your leadership and support to ensure our students are and feel safe, secure and respected at school,” the letter states.

Amanda Kahn Fried, a former SFUSD parent who is considering sending another child to the district soon, was one of the signers. She said the call for a walkout had been circulating on social media before parents learned of it.

“Walkouts like this disrupt any opportunity for adults to help students navigate this,” she said.

Fried said that while she understood teenagers feel deeply about political causes, she is concerned about how the adults will moderate what could be a potentially traumatizing situation in school for students with relatives in Israel, as well as in Gaza.

“They’re sitting in the same class,” she said. “And these are issues adults haven’t been able to solve.”

I am never going to stop repeating this. These rallies are disguised as pro-Palestine. It’s about eliminating Jews. I just wrote a piece about the rallies worldwide forcing the State Department to place a worldwide concern travel alert for Americans.


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Subotai Bahadur | October 19, 2023 at 3:23 pm

1) Not being in school in California, especially in San Francisco; probably improved their education. You can bet that what they demonstrated for [genocide] is what is taught in the school.

2) Would you want to hire or associate with someone who graduated from a California school?

Subotai Bahadur

The komsomol just following the lead of the D Party. I bet these imbeciles would chant “Arbeit macht frei” if you told them some “Palestinian” said it.

Every teacher in the classrooms should give a pop quiz.

Don’t turn in the quiz? You get a zero on that quiz.

Factor that into your GPA.

They are targets of a free Palestine. Hope they have fun!

    Especially so for the LGBTQIA2S+ (I may have left someone off the ever expanding alphabet mafia list b/c I don’t care enough to look anymore) who posted their support for Hamas. Not for the ‘Palestinian civilians’ mind you but their solidarity with Hamas. I used to wonder about the French Revolution and ponder how rapidly the victory of the initial leaders of the revolution were purged and then each successive group by the next until they ended back at the starting point with Napoleon as the new Royalty.

    For those who didn’t previously understand the stakes or the odds we face in returning to sanity in our society the current situation should open your eyes to the extent of the problem. If you choose to continue to live in a location where the bulk of the population has adopted the narrative of oppressor/oppressed understand that you are choosing to remain behind the lines so to speak.

      alaskabob in reply to CommoChief. | October 19, 2023 at 5:43 pm

      Wait until they find out first hand that the people they support have flight reservations for them at the nearest roof top.

SeiteiSouther | October 19, 2023 at 4:15 pm

My kid would be in traction if they did this.

San Francisco is raising a generation of young terrorists.

This situation helps to explain how the German people became violently antisemitic in the runup to WWII.

    HarvardPhD in reply to OldProf2. | October 20, 2023 at 10:45 pm

    That is exactly how it happened. The Jews were “othered,” branded as non-Germans, forcibly isolated from society, and repeatedly blamed for all sorts of crimes. Meanwhile, German gentiles were roped into mass rallies and pro-government organizations, to breed the feeling that ‘everyone hates them.’ Although there was already widespread fertile soil it was far from ubiquitous, and hatred rising to the level of murder mostly undreamt-of. But the accelerated process by the Nazis took only six years once they were in power.

2smartforlibs | October 19, 2023 at 4:38 pm

So much for never forgetting and never letting this happen again.

To be honest, probably 10% of them were instructed and led by a teacher or two to protest Israel.

The rest of the 90% left class to give the finger to authority and have some “fun”.

And 1 out of 100 of them can find Israel on a map, including the teachers.

Not like a SF Public Schools yea her was actually doing anything educational for those indoctrinated young numbskulls anyway.

Leftwing indoctrinators of children might want to review Mao’s cultural revolution before they feel too pleased with themselves.

Marxist Seminaries are working well

These people, both kids and teachers, in general have no true idea who or what they are protesting for or against. The teachers are doing what the progressive powers that be have directed them to do and the kids are doing what gullible kids do.

If they were told to duck class and go protest for “Free Wakanda” most of them would rush right out to do so. Their chances of pointing out Gaza on a map are equivalent to them being able to point out Wakanda there.

Ever ignorant, ever indoctrinated, ever nasty to ‘the opposition’, always on a razors edge to violence. Completely lacking in responsible curiosity and moral character. Prime candidates for recruitment as concentration camp guards.

And the people who plan and direct these things know it.

Wake me up when the physical beat-downs begin. Until then these cheap little bigoted whores will continue their antics.

CA schools are woke trash dumpster fire.

Can we get a fund raiser going to send the kids to gaza to be human shields for the terrorists?
Or we could have another memorial pancake breakfast for rachel corrie to celebrate her activist legend.

The Rachel Corrie Memorial Committee of Victoria Invites you to a pancake breakfast at Denny’s Restaurant Sunday March 12 , 2006 10 am.

The Public is invited to a memorial pancake breakfast at Denny’s Restaurant on Douglas Street near Finlayson, 10 am, Sunday March 12, 2006 to celebrate the life and untimely death of Rachel Corrie, Peace Activist with the International Solidarity Movement.

Rachel Aliene Corrie (April 10, 1979 – March 16, 2003) was an American activist and diarist.[1][2] A member of the pro-Palestinian group International Solidarity Movement (ISM),[3] she was crushed to death by an armored bulldozer of the Israel Defense Forces in a southern Gaza Strip combat zone during the height of the Second Intifada under contested circumstances.[

Looks to me like about one classrooms worth of kids walked out. Now, I wonder what was taught in that classroom and by whom?

I bet most could not pick out Israel on a map.

Free speech not to our liking is still free speech

Steven Brizel | October 20, 2023 at 8:50 am

They shouild all be suspended

JackinSilverSpring | October 20, 2023 at 11:38 am

SJP is supposed to be Students for Justice in Palestine, but what it really means is Students for Jewish Pogroms.

Need Universities to disavow its Muslim Student Associations (MSA) & similar groups. See why:

These little maggots did not come to this point on their own. Our schools and colleges are rife with socialists and communists.

A Rachel Corrie memorial breakfast? I’d attend if I had a bulldozer.