“F*CK COPS”: NYU ‘Professor’ Amin Husain founded terror group that attacked subways last month

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This poisonous radical should be kept away from children. Why would any rational parent want this scumbag within a ten foot pole of their kids?

A ‘Palestinian’ (a marketing term for Jew-hating jihad terror) professor is inciting to chaos, rioting and anarchy. And just to be clear, here’s a quick history lesson you’ve never been taught by the leftist antisemitic education complex, the vast majority of “Palestinians” are not indigenous to “Palestine”:

Before the Six Day War in 1967, when Jordan controlled the West Bank and Egypt ruled in Gaza, there was never any suggestion on the part of the “Palestinians” that they wanted independence in their ancestral homeland. The reason was that the “Palestinian” nation hadn’t been invented yet.
In fact, before the State of Israel was born, the term “Palestinians” was used by the Jews to refer to themselves and their organizations. “The Palestine Post”, the Palestine Foundation Fund, Palestine Airways, and the Palestine Symphony Orchestra were all purely Jewish enterprises.
Before the Six Day War in 1967, when Jordan controlled the West Bank and Egypt ruled in Gaza, there was never any suggestion on the part of the “Palestinians” that they wanted independence in their ancestral homeland. The reason was that the “Palestinian” nation hadn’t been invented yet.
In fact, before the State of Israel was born, the term “Palestinians” was used by the Jews to refer to themselves and their organizations. “The Palestine Post”, the Palestine Foundation Fund, Palestine Airways, and the Palestine Symphony Orchestra were all purely Jewish enterprises.

Cop-hating radicals wreaked havoc on New York City’s subway — vandalizing turnstiles, station walls and buses.

Why would any rational parent want this scumbag within a ten foot pole of their children?

Related: F*ck The Police Leftists Protest POLICE at Grand Central Station

NYU professor founded anarchist group that attacked subways last month

By Isabel Vincen, NYU, February 15, 2020 |

A New York University professor is one of the masterminds behind the anarchist group that organized the rampage through the subways last month, destroying turnstiles, stranding thousands of commuters and spray-painting “F–k Cops” on station walls.

Amin Husain, 44, is a co-founder of Decolonize This Place, which urged its radical followers in a social media campaign to “f-ck sh-t up” on Jan. 31 in a violent assault on the city’s transit system that concluded with 13 arrests and $100,000 in damage.

Amin Husain from Decolonize This Place addressing the crowd at the rally

Mayor Bill de Blasio said he was “repulsed” by the hooliganism, and Police Commissioner Dermot Shea called the so-called J31 protests “criminal.”

“You can’t have a situation in New York City where people are putting up on social media intending what they’re going to do. ‘Knives, aim for their neck, blind police officers,’” Shea said.

Husain recently scrubbed most of his social media posts so exactly what role he might have played in the underground explosion is not known. Protesters called for a free transit system with “no cops” patrolling the subways. Some vandalized stations by pouring glue or honey into turnstiles to jam them up, or chaining doors open.

Husain did not return messages seeking comment. After Post inquires last week, his contact information was deleted from NYU’s web site.

Enlarge ImageActivists in Grand Central Terminal as hundreds protest police actions and subway fares.
Activists in Grand Central Terminal as hundreds protest police actions and subway fares.M Stan Reaves/REX

Asked if Husain is being probed in the wild spree or was one of those arrested, the NYPD refused comment. “We don’t ever comment on specifics,” said NYPD Lt. John Grimpel. A spokeswoman for the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said they had no arrest records for Husain.

At NYU, Husain may be imparting his radical ethos to students, teaching a class on militant activism, according to the school’s web site.

Born in Palestine, Husain has spoken publicly about attacking Israeli soldiers as a teenager during the first Palestinian Intifada, a four-year-long uprising against the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza which began in 1987.

“I was throwing rocks, Molotov cocktails, the like,” he said at a pro-Palestinian rally in Times Square in July 2016 captured on a YouTube video.

Founded in 2016 by Husain and fellow activist Nitasha Dhillon — an India-born artist — Decolonize This Place describes itself online as a grass-roots social justice organization that seeks to raise awareness of the struggles of Native and African Americans, Palestinians, and other marginalized groups.

But the web site also features various revolutionary manuals, including a diagram entitled “How to Shut Down the City.” The drawing shows a step-by-step guide on how to overpower an opponent, including kicking in the face and groin. Thought bubbles feature words such as “nails,” “glass bottles” and “masks.”

Amin Husain speaks at Occupy Wall Street in New York’s Zuccotti Park on Sept. 26, 2011.

Husain teaches a workshop called “Art, Activism, and Beyond” in the “experimental humanities” department of NYU’s Gallatin School for Individualized Study, a small interdisciplinary college whose alumni include actors Rooney Mara and Dakota Fanning. The workshop “interrogates the relationship between art and activism,” and uses anarchist movements such as Occupy Wall Street and Direct Action Front for Palestine, an anti-Israeli group, as case studies, NYU’s web site says.

A former lawyer who received a master’s of law degree from Columbia University, Husain worked in the New York office of multinational law firm King & Spalding for five years beginning in 2004, before pursuing photography and becoming a part-time instructor at NYU in 2014, according to his LinkedIn profile and public records. He also holds teaching positions at the New School and Pratt Institute, according to LinkedIn.

“Our records reflect that he is one of the thousands of part-time faculty that are hired each year by schools and academic departments,” said NYU spokesman John Beckman.

Between 2018 and 2019, Husain was among the leaders of a months-long protest at the Whitney Museum of American Art which forced the resignation of its vice chair Warren Kanders over his control of a company that manufactures tear gas that was used against migrants on the US/Mexico border.

In 2016, Husain was part of a demonstration at the Museum of Natural History that demanded the removal of the now-controversial statue of a horse-borne Theodore Roosevelt flanked by two standing Native Americans at the entrance.

Husain also took a lead in protests at the Guggenheim which targeted the museum’s use of migrant labor at its planned satellite location in Abu Dhabi.

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