University of Michigan protesters name for ‘Intifada,’ demise of Israel: ‘A call to murder Jews’
Social media clients had been shocked and outraged over a newest anti-Israel rally positioned on by pro-Palestinian protestors on the University of Michigan this week.
Clips of the protest depicted marchers, chanting “Intifada, Intifada! Long live the Intifada” a name to violent overthrow of the Jewish state impressed by Palestinian riots and rebellions in opposition to Israel inside the late 80s, early 90s, and early 2000s.
“There is only one solution!” a female marcher was seen chanting, because the group behind her responded, “Intifada! Revolution!
Marchers, seen strolling spherical the Ann Arbor campus screaming into bullhorns and waving Palestinian flags, had been moreover heard chanting the infamous anti-Israel name to arms: “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free!”
Media reported that the antisemitic rally was held to protest Vice President Kamala Harris’ Thursday go to to the campus, the place she gave a speech on native climate protection, and pupil activism. The protestors appeared to be standing in opposition to U.S. authorities help for the state of Israel.
Another video depicted the marchers outside of campus developing whereby Harris was giving her speech, saying, “Not another nickel, not another dime, no more money for Israel’s crimes.”
The blatant name to overthrow Israel disturbed distinguished Twitter clients, who had been shocked that such sentiment was expressed so freely on a big American college campus.
Jewish Journal columnist Blake Flayton tweeted, “At the University of Michigan, a call to murder Jews.”
Rep. Jared Moskovitz, R-Fla., spoke to the gorgeous nature of the rally, tweeting, “Using Hitler’s word ‘solution’ is intentional here. Israel has a right to exist. We will never compromise that. The Jewish people have a right to exist. We will ensure.”
Free Beacon reporter Joe Gabriel Simonson mocked the protesters, tweeting, “Loser activists think this is an intifada.”
The Manhattan Institute’s Ilya Shapiro put out a snarky comment with reference to the protest, stating, “It’s because @UMich spends only $18 million annually on DEI.”
Former Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, nationwide security advisor Boris Ryvkin condemned the rally, writing, “Terrifying. Echoes of what happened in Charlottesville, except the violent anti-Semites are cut from a different cloth. I expect major media to give this the saturated, wall-to-wall coverage it gave that event with the WH, Democratic leaders and the Squad members condemning it.”
Mediaite reporter Isaac Schorr remarked, “Not making the best case for your ability to handle your own state, kiddos.”
Popular conservative account AG tweeted, “I don’t think most people truly comprehend the level of hate and hostility for Jewish students in several of the top liberal Universities because the school administrations tend to support/enable this stuff.”
Hollywood producer and The Spectator columnist Daniella Greenbaum Davis empathized with the Jewish school college students at University of Michigan. She tweeted, “The first and second intifada saw terrorists brutally murder innocent civilians. Can’t even imagine being a Jew on Michigan’s campus right now.”
Author Samuel Rosenfeld tweeted, “Sickening… @UMich.”