The savage’s name is Nerdeen Kiswani. Why has Kiswani not been arrested? She should be sent to jail. At minimum, Kiswani should be thrown out of CUNY, and banned from attending any law school in the United States. She’s a thug.
"I hate your shirt, Ima setting it on fire. I'm serious" she can be heard saying.
We demand this is immediately looked into and the Ms. Kiswani face disciplinary actions! pic.twitter.com/TL1J4JrI63
— StopAntisemitism.org (@StopAntisemites) September 22, 2020
A CUNY Law student threatens to set on fire a man wearing an IDF sweatshirt
By WZO.org, September 24, 2020
Long Island City, NY – A CUNY Law student, Nerdeen Kiswani, threatens to set on fire a man wearing an IDF sweatshirt.
“I hate your shirt, Ima setting it on fire. I’m serious” she can be heard saying.
This vile, antisemitic bigot has in the past harassed Jewish students to the point that had to withdraw from school.
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