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Israeli Students at MIT Terrified as Pro-Hamas Protesters Chant ‘Intifada’ and ‘One Solution’

Israeli Students at MIT Terrified as Pro-Hamas Protesters Chant ‘Intifada’ and ‘One Solution’

“This is not even related to what happens in Israel. That is calling for a terror attack here. A huge group of people calling out loud for terror attacks”

Apparently, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is not immune to the madness we are seeing unfold on college campuses in recent weeks.

Pro-Hamas students recently held a campus rally, chanting ‘one solution’ and ‘intifada,’ horrifying Israeli students at the school.

FOX News reports:

Israeli MIT students ‘terrified’ after anti-Israel rally chant calls for ‘one solution, intifada’

Israeli students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) say they are “terrified” to be on campus after participants at a campus protest chanted “one solution, intifada, revolution” at a rally supporting the devastating Hamas terrorist attacks that killed hundreds of Israelis in Israel.

MIT students Liyam Chitayat and Lior Alon told Fox News Digital in interviews that after they contacted MIT’s administration to report the calls to violence being chanted from the protest and for concern for their own safety, they’ve yet to receive a substantial response.

Chitayat, a 19-year-old pursuing a Ph.D. on a prestigious scholarship and who previously served in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), describes the rally cry as a call for the murder of Jews and the demolition of Israel.

“Intifada is not a call for resistance. Intifada is the name of acts of bombing and killing civilians in Israel in the Israel-Palestine conflict. It’s the name of taking civilian lives in terrorist attacks in Israel. That is what intifada means. That is how it’s defined,” she said…

The recent protest rally at MIT was held by several student groups, including MIT Coalition Against Apartheid. That group issued a statement the day after the Hamas attacks of Oct. 7, saying they “hold the Israeli regime responsible for all unfolding violence.”

See the video below and note the religious-style call and response:

Here’s another angle:

Based on this account from another student, the school is not taking this threat seriously.

From the FOX News report:

Lior Alon, an Israeli post-doctoral student at MIT, said the “intifada” chants were an escalation from a rally simply supporting a political view of the Middle East conflict.

“This is not even related to what happens in Israel. That is calling for a terror attack here. A huge group of people calling out loud for terror attacks,” Alon said.

Alon said he called MIT police to report the calls for violence, and they suggested that if he were “offended” he should file a report with the school, leaving Alon in disbelief.

Featured image via FOX News video.


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Those idiots actually made it into MIT?

    stevewhitemd in reply to Concise. | October 26, 2023 at 2:07 pm

    Not necessarily — if one looks at these ‘student groups’ carefully, a fair number of the ones who do the marches and protests are actually outside agitators who come onto the campus. They are, quite simply, there to make trouble. That’s one (of several) reasons for them to mask up and conceal their identities.

      Gosport in reply to stevewhitemd. | October 26, 2023 at 3:32 pm

      Indeed. Take a close look at any of these pro-Hamas demonstrations and you will likely see the same rent-a-mobs as at antifa, BLM, climate wankers, etc. events.

      Isn’t it odd that the press is never curious enough about them to notice they tend to arrive by the busload and leave the same way? Or to photograph/video them BEFORE they get their disguises on (or after they take them off)?

    JohnSmith100 in reply to Concise. | October 26, 2023 at 8:02 pm

    Very few of these Jordanians, as in infinitesimal would make it into MIT, at least unless they were being treated as Affirmatives.

Hitler needed a solution because the Jews that became too weak for forced labor were just taking up food.

The Jews at MIT are mostly the producers. It’s the Hamas guys who are the parasites.

Shouldn’t students be studying?

I’m guessing campus security is just standing around and watching?

These are mostly peaceful threats of genocide. Mostly peaceful genocide. Therefore, the MIT administrators prefer to avoid consequent peaceful bombings of their homes and etc

Mostly peaceful bombings.

Who can blame them

Nobody wants to have to deal with mostly peaceful bombings and stabbing etc

    geronl in reply to Bvd. | October 26, 2023 at 2:53 pm

    It ceases being “peaceful” when people fight back. That is why the left always blames those who defend themselves.

      henrybowman in reply to geronl. | October 26, 2023 at 7:16 pm

      It’s Massachusetts. Not only is the campus disarmed, everything outside the campus is disarmed, too.
      Keep in mind that Cambridge had the audacity to virtue-signal in the ’70s by posting signs all around the city declaring it a “nuclear free zone,” despite the fact that they had at least twice as many operating nuclear reactors inside the bounds of their own city as any other city in the world.

    Martin in reply to Bvd. | October 26, 2023 at 4:32 pm

    Much like the peaceful “Kill the Farmer! Kill the Boer! Protests in South Africa. I heard yesterday the China is going to buy it’s corn from SA. I am not worried for our farmers since SA is not likely to be able to fulfill the order for very much longer.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to Bvd. | October 26, 2023 at 8:34 pm

    At some point you have to grab the bull by its horns. Start by expelling these people, things will not get any better if people allow the bullies to win.

      CincyJan in reply to JohnSmith100. | October 27, 2023 at 9:41 am

      University administrations have become cowards. Perhaps they are too greedy for tuition money to risk angering the spoiled brats that make up their student bodies. And certainly the campus police have no intention of endangering their jobs by actually confronting demonstrators, any demonstrators. MIT is now in the fine company of Harvard, Cooper Union, and other elite schools, Of course, MIT depends on the post-graduate accomoplishments of its students to maintain the school’s reputation for excellence. I’m wondering just what accomplishments they expect from the pro=Palestine demonstrators. And what the long term effects would be if all their Jewish students left. .

    RigelDog in reply to Bvd. | October 28, 2023 at 9:09 am

    Yes, just like the mostly-peaceful beheading of infants in Israel. Oh wait, there’s some controversy as to whether babies were actually beheaded—apparently it may have only been mostly-peaceful regular baby murder.

“Direct and public incitement to commit genocide” is forbidden by the Genocide Convention (1948), Article 3(c).

Several years ago I read an article about famous scientists who are on staff at famous universities. According to the article the scientists in almost every case became famous for work done at lesser colleges and universities. It was after that these people were invited to join faculty at big name universities.

Free speech is fine. Communication of threats in order to intimidate and/or create fear is not, that’s a terroristic threat. Anyone pretending that the deliberate linguistic choices of these pro Hamas groups on campus in calling for an ‘intifada’, ‘one solution’ and/or ‘from the river to the sea’ is a useful idiot.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to CommoChief. | October 26, 2023 at 8:49 pm

    I agree with from the river to the sea, for terrorists and those who support them.

    Milhouse in reply to CommoChief. | October 26, 2023 at 11:35 pm

    There was no threat made. They were advocating that Israel ought to be destroyed. Nothing else.

    The Jewish students were justly afraid, because there was a chance that these people might get violent if they saw them. But nobody actually threatened them.

      “There was no threat made. They were advocating that Israel ought to be destroyed.”

      Because there’s no way a Jew could perceive that as a threat.

      LSD is a hella drug.

“Israeli students are terrified”

Inducing terror is the goal of terrorism and Muslims are the world’s foremost experts.

If Islamophobia is the huge problem that the Jamaican-born White House spokesperson says it is, then why aren’t Muslim students terrified of the Jews?

One solution. Echo of final solution?

We get it.

And despite these incidents here a majority of Americans Jews will still vote for politicians and support organizations that want the extermination of all Jews.

Let’s remember that it’s these Leftists in favor terrorizing Israelis and Jews and making credible death threats against them who want to use the power of the State to imprison and punish people who “mis-gender” men pretending to be women because it makes them “feel” unsafe. To them, apparently, threatening people with violence and death is okay, but calling a man a man is unacceptable “violence.”

Viewpoint advocacy is protected by the First Amendment, but if speech is intended to result in imminent lawless action and harm, and there is a likelihood that the incited illegal action will occur, the First Amendment does not protect the speaker from government action.

Those who advocate violence should be arrested and charged with making terrorist threats.

At nearly every “school” we see the same thing, that the campus police and the administration have their heads buried in the sand. They have no plan for how to deal with protests and/or violence when they come up.

Consequently, they simply react to the things they, personally, find offensive. Like Christianity, or Judaism, or opposition to Abortion or to DEI. Anything not on their “enemies” list is simply confusing to them, or someone else’s problem.

Like Leftist mayors and governors, they only know ideology. They don’t much of anything about their jobs.

    henrybowman in reply to irv. | October 26, 2023 at 7:19 pm

    At MIT, the role of the Campus Police is, and always has been, to keep their more high-spirited students out of the clutches of the Cambridge Police. That’s all well and good until the students start committing victim-y crimes, then they discover that their standing orders put them out of their depth.

George_Kaplan | October 26, 2023 at 8:07 pm

How is openly calling for genocide and terrorism tolerated?

And if Jewish students, and supporters, started calling for open carry, how many minutes do you think it would take for the administration to crack down?

    It’s freedom of speech. It has to be tolerated. And anyone is free to call for open carry. It won’t do any good, but you can call for it.

“Intifada is not a call for resistance. Intifada is the name of acts of bombing and killing civilians in Israel in the Israel-Palestine conflict. It’s the name of taking civilian lives in terrorist attacks in Israel. That is what intifada means. That is how it’s defined,” she said…

This is not true. An intifada is simply a revolution. The word means “self-liberation”. The American revolution was, in Arabic, an intifada. Terrorist attacks is how the two “Palestinian intifadas” have been fought, but it’s not implied by the word. And it certainly does not refer to terrorist attacks anywhere outside Israel.

And “one solution” is not a reference to the “final solution”, which in turn was a reference to the “Jewish question” that occupied so many minds in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They’re not literate enough for that. It’s an obvious reference to (and rejection of) the term “two-state solution”.

Since Hamas supporters seem to be so fond of the “final solution”, Let us hope the Israelis don’t apply it to the Palestinians.

At one of these universities, sooner or later, Jewish kids are going to be harmed.

At MIT, these chants have effectively given the administrators prior notice of the intentions of a sect of the students to harm others.

Through nonchalance, MIT’s and other university’s leadership are guilty of gross negligence in ignoring their obligations to keep all students safe. Perhaps it reaches to the level of criminal negligence.

Lawyers take note.

Steven Brizel | October 27, 2023 at 8:46 am

yet another Hamas sleeper cell University adminisrtrators are such a cowardly class