U.S. Campus Group, "Students for Justice in Palestine" Asks Members to Assist Hamas in Operation Al Aqsa Flood; i.e. to Kill U.S. Jews
Students for Justice in Palestine is active throughout the UC system, including UCLA, UC Berkeley, UD Davis and UC San Diego
October 31, 2023
The State of Florida has banned Students for Justice in Palestine from campus, after SJP asked its members to assist a terror group in its terror attacks against Jews.
Journalist Andy Ngo sent the following tweet Tuesday afternoon:
"Gov. @RonDeSantis directed the chancellor of the State University System of Florida to deactivate the "Students for Justice in Palestine" group after it was revealed they sent out a "toolkit" inviting members to aid Hamas in their Operation Al-Aqsa Flood terrorist attacks. It is illegal in Florida to provide material support to foreign terror groups.” @mrandyngo
Students for Justice in Palestine is active throughout the UC system, including UCLA, UC Berkeley, UD Davis and UC San Diego. They have conducted on campus events at all of those California campuses, and others recently. It is unknown whether UC Regents will continue to tolerate SJP.
Jewish students have recently expressed the feeling that they are not safe at US college campuses, which have hosted SJP and similar anti-Israel rallies. This “toolkit” will likely intensify those feelings.
An attack by Hamas’ military wing on 22 Israeli Kibbutzim on October 7th resulted in the death of 1300 Israeli men, women and children. 80% were tortured before being killed. In response, Israel has launched a siege of Gaza, promising to destory Hamas.
"Just 1 week before Hamas attacked Israel, the UCLA-based U.S. National Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) celebrated the anniversary of the start of the 'Al-Aqsa Intifada' and called for renewing the 'flame of resistance' terrifying Israel,” tweeted Scott Perry.