Jihad Watch : The foreign election interference the Democrats don’t want to talk about.
After disrupting a Holocaust Remembrance Day event at U.C. Berkeley, Hatem Bazian told supporters to look at
all the Jewish names on the buildings, “take a look at the type of
names on the building around campus — Haas, Zellerbach — and decide who
controls this university.” In 2017, Bazian, the founder of hate groups such as Students for Justice in Palestine and American Muslims for Palestine, retweeted anti-Semitic memes from a Holocaust denial Twitter account.
After the backlash, the Islamist hate group leader claimed that he had Jewish friends. Next year, Bazian’s Jewish friends came out of the closet when he boasted
through a megaphone outside Senator Kamala Harris’ office, while
protesting in support of Hamas attacks on Israel, that, “AMP and
IfNotNow are coming together.” AMP was Bazian’s own hate group, whose board members had been accused of supporting Hamas. The organization has been sued by the parents of David Boim, an American teen murdered by Hamas.
an anti-Israel hate group notorious for targeting Jewish charities and
organizations. A member of the hate group had just recited a mock
Kaddish, the Jewish prayer for the dead, for what the two hate groups
falsely claimed was a massacre of civilian protesters in Gaza. In fact,
Hamas had admitted that 50 of the 62 killed in the attacks on Israel were members of the terrorist organization.
Officially, If Not Now claims to be a Jewish protest movement against the “occupation”. In July, Max Berger, its radical co-founder, faced his own backlash over a tweet declaring that he, “would totally be friends with Hamas”. Berger had praised
the violent Hamas riots and claimed that, “the biggest obstacle to
peace in Israel-Palestine is the bigotry of American Jews.” The most
politically prominent member of IfNotNow was New York State Senator
Julia Salazar, the leader of a Christian campus organization, born into a Catholic family, who joined the anti-Israel hate group while falsely claiming to be Jewish.