Saturday, October 22, 2016

Berkeley Students for Justice in Palestine: Openly supporting terror

Open support for terrorists and Jew-haters. That's what we've come to expect from Students for Justice in Palestine. 

This week, SJP at UC Berkeley shared a link on their Facebook page to a Gofundme  account, raising money for Ali Jiddah, a  terrorist convicted of a 1968 bombing in Jerusalem.

Ali Jiddah served 17 years in an Israeli prison after the bombs he planted on Strauss Street in downtown Jerusalem exploded,  injuring nine Israelis.  His cousin Mahmoud  served 17 years for a similar attack. In 1985, both were released in a prisoner swap

Incidentally,  rather than being "indigenous"  Al Jiddah's father is from Chad, and is member of the Salamat tribe. 

SJP has a long ignoble history of lionizing convicted terrorists and overlooking their crimes against the Jewish people. Their actions have contributed to a hostile climate on campus for Jews, Israelis and for all legitimate peace activists.

1 comment:

Shlomo Ben Hungstien said...

an "afropalestinian" born in the "African quarter" of Jerusalem? SJP could give donald trump a run for his money (and he has a lot of money) when it comes to making up shit on the fly ramblings.