More depravity from American academia. The savages name is Leila Khaled. As member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) Khaled had a prominent role in two airplane hijackings. These are the type of folks that American universities are inviting to their campuses. President Trump needs to defund universities that legitimize jihad terror to our children.
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San Francisco State’s ethnicities department to host documented Palestinian terrorist
By JNS, September 3, 2020
San Francisco State University’s Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies (AMED) is scheduled to host later this month a virtual conversation with a known Palestinian terrorist.
Leila Khaled played a critical role in two airplane hijackings as a member of the U.S.-designated terrorist organization the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). The Israeli Shin Bet considers Khaled as part of Jordanian command of the PFLP.
The Sept. 23 event, “Whose Narratives? Gender, Justice, & Resistance: A conversation with Leila Khaled,” will take place via Zoom. It will be hosted by SFSU professors Rabab Abdulhadi and Tomomi Kinukawa, the former of whom has a history of anti-Israel activism.
Khaled was one of the hijackers on TWA Flight 840 from Rome to Tel Aviv in 1969 and on El Al Flight 219 in 1970 from Amsterdam to New York City. She was released in both cases.
“It’s incredibly disturbing that two SFSU professors see fit to host a member of a U.S.-designated terror organization in a class devoted to ‘teaching Palestine’ and studying ‘justice,’ ” Academic Engagement Network executive director Miriam Elman told JNS. “By planning to feature PFLP member Leila Khaled in their ‘open classrooms,’ Professors Abdulhadi and Kinukawa are showing incredibly poor judgment and fostering a toxic climate for their Jewish and Zionist students.”
“SFSU went to great lengths to restore trust with the Jewish community. Now the university risks throwing all that progress away, as Professor Abdulhadi invites an unapologetic murderer to speak to students,” Brooke Goldstein, executive director of the Lawfare Project, which previously sued SFSU to reach a 2019 settlement over alleged discrimination of students, told JNS. “Celebrating this notorious terrorist will only serve to create an even more hostile learning environment for Jewish students at SFSU.”
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