Thursday 30 May 2024

Al Qaeda Praises Left-Wing Protests On College Campuses

 The terrorist group responsible for the September 11, 2001, attacks on the United States — which resulted in thousands of Americans being killed — praised the left-wing pro-Hamas protesters who have disrupted college campuses over the last two months.

The protests that erupted in April led to encampments popping up at various top universities across the U.S. as Jewish students and law enforcement were attacked and the protesters called for the destruction of the state of Israel and, in some cases, went further by calling for an “Intifada,” which is a terrorist attacks against Jews or the state of Israel. Professional agitators helped whip up the chaos at many of the schools, according to various law enforcement officials.

The Islamic terrorist group said in a statement that “every Muslim was happy” with the attacks on Israel that were carried out by “the youth of the Islamic nation.”

“While we support the assassination of the infidel Zionists and the beheading of them, we also appreciate and value the movement of Western demonstrators and sit-in students from Western universities, who through their sit-ins and protests expressed their rejection of the genocide taking place in Gaza,” the terrorist group said.

The Iranian-backed terrorist group Hezbollah, which is based in Lebanon, also praised the protesters earlier this month.


“When the American people take a stand in support of Gaza … we salute and applaud them,” said Hezbollah Deputy Secretary-General Sheikh Naim Qassem. “We appreciate and value this very much. … The [campus protests] are important, especially because they will have an impact on the U.S. elections. They will have an impact on the American position. Even if Biden says that he will not be influenced by this, he will whether he likes it or not. We will see him taking actions because of the protesters’ influence on him.”

The protests have also been praised by Hamas, the Iranian-backed terrorist group that murdered 1,200 people on October 7, and the Houthis, an Iranian-backed terrorist group based in Yemen that is responsible for attacking dozens of merchant ships in the Red Sea over the past several months.

The Islamic Republic of Iran also announced its support for the left-wing protesters on Wednesday with Ayatollah Ali Khamenei posting on X: “Dear university students in the United States of America, you are standing on the right side of history.”

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