UT-Knoxville’s Newest Student Anti-Israel Hate Group

sjp“When people criticize Zionists, they mean Jews. You are talking anti-Semitism.”

– Martin Luther King, Jr., Harvard University 1968.

In 2013, Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) announced its status as an official student organization at UT-Knoxville.  With about 100 chapters at last count, SJP organizes extreme hate-filled anti-Israel activity on college campuses around the country, including:

  • Israel Apartheid Week – typically held between February – March and involves:
    • Staging mock checkpoints where they stop students and yell “Are you Jewish?”
    • Erecting “Apartheid Walls” with “Hamas posters describing Jews as baby-killers and maps showing the Jewish state erased and replaced with ‘Palestine.’”
  • Posting eviction notices on dorm room doors to simulate housing demolition in Israel.
  • BDS resolutions (boycott, divestment and sanctions against the State of Israel), calling for economic warfare agains the Jewish state. (The first divestment campaign was launched at UC Berkley on Holocaust Remembrance Day.)
  • Hosting extremist/radical anti-Israel speakers who support terrorism against the State of Israel.
  • Protesting pro-Israel groups, events and speakers. (SJP members at University of California, Irvine heckled Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren throughout his speech until they were removed by campus security.)
  • Disrupting campus Holocaust memorial events and even worse, their perversion of the famous Holocaust quote “never again.”

Reports about vandalism of campus Jewish facilities, harassment of Jewish professors and students and even physical attacks by members of SJP have been reported at some schools.

If this is what SJP is reported to do, is this what UT-Knoxville can expect?

UT-Knoxville SJP’s Faculty Sponsor is Dr. Brian K. Barber, a 1996-97 grant recipient from the Center for Policy Analysis on Palestine (CPAP), renamed the Palestine Center, which is the educational arm of the Jerusalem Fund.

The chairman of the Jerusalem Fund is Samar Ali’s father, Subhi Ali.  The Jerusalem Fund’s Executive Director openly advocates BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions) against the State of Israel. (See, “Samar Ali: Her Father’s Organization Wants to Destroy Israel.”)

About SJP

Like Jerusalem Fund founder Hisham Sharabi and community organizations that support “radical Palestinian terror groups,” SJP gives voice to student members who refuse to condemn terrorism.

SJP was founded in 2001 by co-founders Hatem Bazian, the Islamist, and Snehal Shingavi, the socialist — a “leftist-Islamist” alliance (also referred to as a “red-green” alliance).  This joinder has allowed the SJP to appeal to a broader coalition, which includes left-wing activists and religio-cultural political groups like the Muslim Students Association.

Hatem Bazian Brought His Middle East Hate to School

  • Virulently anti-Semitic Jew-hater who came as a college student to the U.S. from the Hamas stronghold of Nablus in the West Bank.
  • Served as President of the General Union of Palestinian Students, the student arm of the PLO and an organization that was banned in Germany after the Munich Olympics massacre.
  • Served as Muslim Students Association (MSA) president at Berkley
  • Was a fundraising speaker for Kindhearts, a Hamas front closed by the US government after being considered for designation as a terrorist organization
  • Co-founded Zaytuna College with Zaid Shakir, a repeat visitor to Nashville who tells his college audiences that, “under Islamic law the kafir won’t be equal with the Muslim.  The Christian or the Jew will be a dhimmi.  They won’t be equal with the Muslim.”  He was quoted in the New York Times as saying that “he still hoped that one day the United States would be a Muslim country ruled by Islamic law.”
  • Founded and chairs the national extremist anti-Israel organization American Muslims for Palestine (AMP) which helps train and support SJP activists.  SJP’s 2002 national convention was sponsored by the Islamic Association for Palestine (IAP), with guest speaker Sami al-Arian.

The IAP was created by a Hamas leader to be its U.S. propaganda arm and raise money for Hamas. IAP was listed as one of the Muslim Brotherhood’s likeminded organizations in the Muslim Brotherhood’s strategic plan for North America. IAP’s leadership founded CAIR – the Council on American Islamic Relations.

Sami al-Arian was the head of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) in the U.S. In 2006 when he was sentenced to 57 months in prison in connection with PIJ activities, the judge described him as a “master manipulator.” This past December, he was on Capitol Hill advocating for the restoration of Morsi’s ousted Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.

Al-Arian also founded WISE (World and Islam Studies Enterprise).  Hisham Sharabi, founder of the Jerusalem Fund, was a WISE Board member. Subhi Ali, Samar’s father, served alongside Sharabi until taking over as Chairman of the Jerusalem Fund.  WISE was named in a federal indictment as part of a “criminal organization whose members and associates engaged in acts of violence including murder, extortion, money laundering, fraud and issue of visas, and operated worldwide,” including in Florida.


The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), describes AMP as “anti-Semitism under the guise of educating Americans about the just cause of Palestine and the rights of self-determination.”

AMP’s first conference in 2006 featured several former IAP leaders including Rafiq Jaber, Kifa Mustapha (imam at the radicalized Bridgeview mosque and unindicted Holy Land Foundation co-conspirator), Nihad Awad (Executive Director of CAIR and also an unindicted co-conspirator), and Osama Abu Irshaid (former head of the Holy Land Foundation, IAP board member and now AMP board member).

At a George Washington University SJP event, Osama Abu Irshaid told his audience that he considers firing rockets from Gaza into Israel “legitimate resistance.”

AMP’s continuing allegiance to terrorist organizations like Hamas has continued throughout their annual conferences.  The opening speech at the 2010 conference featured Holy Land Foundation (HLF) prosecution unindicted co-conspirator, Jamal Said, another imam at the radicalized Bridgeview mosque.  The HLF prosecution was the largest terrorism financing prosecution in the U.S. involving the HLF charity being used to funnel money to Hamas.

To get a sense of what AMP is really about, look at who it has speak at its events: Nihad Awad has stated publicly that “I am in support of the Hamas movement” and Rafiq Jaber (another founding member of CAIR), who was quoted as “describ[ing] Jews to the audience as ‘the worst kind of people,’ who came to Jerusalem ‘with false pretenses.’”

Hamed Ghazali, chairman of the MAS Council of Islamic Schools, was also a speaker at the AMP conference.  He was quoted as saying that, “Allah gave us the Jews” as the primary historical and religious example of those who “take the wrong path.”  He is named in the Muslim Brotherhood memorandum and was hired by the Islamic Pleasant View School in Memphis, TN as the Islamic Studies consultant.

AMP also works with the high school Muslim Student Associations.  AMP’s 2012 “Palestine Activism” conference was co-hosted with a California high school MSA and featured Israel demonizer and former Jerusalem Fund fellow, Ali Abunimah.  AMP also held a high school training session, including media activism, at the Islamic Foundation School in Villa Park, Illinois.

AMP’s National Campus Coordinator, Taher Herzallah teaches students how to be radical activists.  He was one of the students arrested for heckling and disrupting Israeli Ambassador Oren’s speech at the University of California, Irvine.

Muslim Students Association and SJP

One researcher/writer describes the MSA and SJP as “genetically connected groups,” listing the many ways these two groups resemble each other and work together.  He cites to the civil rights lawsuit filed against the U of California, Berkley after a Jewish student was attacked by an SJP agitator:

“[T]he two groups [MSA and SJP] not only co-sponsor events and cooperate on strategic projects, but they even share the same office and campus facilities. The more publicly activist SJP may be understood as the militant arm of the outwardly benevolent MSA. Members of the former are often members of the latter.”

A good example is the UC Berkley Islamist Sadia Saifuddin, who was nominated to serve as the 2014 -15 student regent on the board that sets policy for the entire University of California system. She is a member of both the MSA and SJP and co-sponsored a BDS resolution in the Berkeley student Senate calling on the entire University of California system to divest companies that do business with Israel.

These student groups well understand that the overarching goal and intent of BDS is to ultimately destroy and eliminate the State of Israel.  A 2012 Northeastern University SJP rally included chanting “Palestine will be free, from the river to the sea” which means there would be no Israel between the Jordan River and Mediterranean—and no Jews.

Alternatively, they will settle for a second Holocaust.  During a 2010 Israeli Apartheid Week at UC San Diego, speaker David Horowitz asked if an MSA member would condemn Hamas and Hizbollah. When the young woman tried to dodge the question, he rephrased: “I am a Jew.  The head of Hizbollah has said that he hopes that we will gather in Israel so he doesn’t have to hunt us down globally.  For or Against it?”  Her answer: “For it.”

SJP’s Faculty Advisor’s Connections

UT-Knoxville SJP’s Faculty Sponsor, Dr. Brian K. Barber, also heads the UTK Center for the Study of Youth in Political Conflict (the Center).  The Center’s mission is to help adolescents find out the source of the political conflict they experience and endorse or refute it.

Dr. Barber has been traveling to Palestine for over 20 years; perhaps that is how he connected with his Center’s Board member, Ms. Cairo Arafat.  She was born in the U.S. but has resettled in the West Bank.  She actively participates in the BDS movement there.  She complains about security checkpoints and the security fence, without of course mentioning the Palestinian suicide bombers who blow themselves up in civilian settings like the Sbarro pizza restaurant and the terrorists who are subsequently glorified by their media.

“Zionists are the new Nazis! Zionists are the new Nazis!” was the hate-filled chanting of Arafat’s BDS protest group.  Arafat says that she believes BDS will force Israel “to see [Palestinians] as equal partners, not as in a captive market or a group of people that they can exploit.”

BDS protestors persist in attacking Israeli businesses, such as SodaStream, that employ hundreds of Palestinian workers who are paid the same as Israeli employees, have all religious needs accommodated, and are working in an environment of respect where genuine relationships are reported to be taking hold.

The Interfaith Boycott Coalition includes “Jewish Voice for Peace, the Presbyterian Church USA’s Israel-Palestine Mission Network, the Episcopal Peace Fellowship’s Palestine-Israel Network, United Church of Christ Palestine-Israel Network and Response, the United Methodist Kairos Response” along with Muslim Brotherhood-linked Islamists.

AMP is also a member.  Zaid Shakir and CAIR Director Zahra Billoo (a friend and colleague of Remziya Suleyman, who tweets support for Hamas), are supporters.  All have ties to Tennessee.

Other Anti-Israel BDS Efforts in Tennessee

Endtheoccupation.org lists the following Tennessee member groups: Progressive Student Alliance at UT-Knoxville, the Mid-South Peace and Justice Center in Memphis and the Network for Environmental & Economic Responsibility of UCC in Pleasant Hill.

This coalition’s focus on delegitimizing the State of Israel, is also designed to convince black Americans that they have more to gain by aligning with the Palestinian “cause.”  This premise is more than disingenuous given that the  Arabic word “abeed” (sometimes spelled “and”), meaning “slave,” is used by Muslims to refer to black people, an issue that CAIR Director Dawud Walid complains about often.

Stunning Revelation That Tennesseans Should Heed

Palestinian journalist Khaled Abu Toameh had this to say after visiting several U.S. university campuses:

“Listening to some students and professors on these campuses, for a moment I thought I was sitting opposite a Hamas spokesman or a would-be-suicide bomber.

I was told, for instance, that Israel has no right to exist, that Israel’s ‘apartheid system’ is worse than the one that existed in South Africa …

What struck me more than anything else was the fact that many of the people I met on the campuses supported Hamas and believed that it had the right to “resist the occupation” even if that meant blowing up children and women on a bus in downtown Jerusalem.

The so-called pro-Palestinian “junta” on the campuses has nothing to offer other than hatred and de-legitimization of Israel. If these folks really cared about the Palestinians, they would be campaigning for good government and for the promotion of values of democracy and freedom in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

Their hatred for Israel and what it stands for has blinded them to a point where they no longer care about the real interests of the Palestinians, namely the need to end the anarchy and lawlessness, and to dismantle all the armed gangs that are responsible for the death of hundreds of innocent Palestinians over the past few years……

What is happening on the U.S. campuses is not about supporting the Palestinians as much as it is about promoting hatred for the Jewish state. It is not really about ending the “occupation” as much as it is about ending the existence of Israel…..

What is happening on these campuses is not in the frame of freedom of speech. Instead, it is the freedom to disseminate hatred and violence. As such, we should not be surprised if the next generation of jihadists comes not from the Gaza Strip or the mountains and mosques of Pakistan and Afghanistan, but from university campuses across the U.S.”

What Can UT-Knoxville Expect From Its SJP Chapter?

Perhaps there could be a surprise visit from Jerusalem Fund Chairman, Subhi Ali, since Waverly, TN is only a four-hour drive away.  Former college Middle Eastern Student Association activist, daughter Samar Ali, could be a featured speaker and talk about why she chose a career with a Middle East focus including “Sharia compliant transactions” and her work on behalf of the Jerusalem Fund.  With JF’s support for BDS, they would be a natural fit for an SJP meeting.

The Islamic Center of Nashville, (owned by Muslim Brotherhood front group ISNA), might be inspired to restart its pro-Palestinian anti-Israel demonstrations.  Better yet, Knoxville Muslim youth minister AbdelRahman Murphy, who works with both students at the Knoxville Islamic school Anoor Academy and the Muslim Students Association at UTK, can help spread the BDS message throughout the Knoxville Muslim student community.  Not only would this be consistent with what students are being taught about Jews at the Anoor Academy, but also with his colleague and BDS promoter, Suhaib Webb, with whom he presents programs to the MSA.

There are any number of challenges facing the UT-Knoxville campus regarding anticipated anti-Israel hate activity.

Between SJP’s faculty advisor Dr. Brian Barber’s focused interest and support for all things Palestinian, his own early connection to the Jerusalem Fund, his board member Cairo Arafat’s commitment to BDS, the MSA’s history with SJP and the UT-K MSA’s choice of speakers, and SJP’s raison d’être, we can reasonably assume that UT-Knoxville will soon see this radical anti-Israel hate activity on its campus.

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  • Rocky Mountain

    What’s truly amazing is that we; i.e. the US government, allow foreign students to come into the country and openly promote ideas (and actions) that not only go against the very basics of our society (unless one wants to suggest that a pro-Hamas viewpoint is simply an exercise of ‘free speech’) but against the stated policy of the government – support for Israel. If a foreign student wants to study in the US, fine, assuming there’s a legitimate spot for him or her but it should be made very clear that their (temporary) residence here while studying is completely contingent on staying out of politics. Its clear to everyone that these ‘students’ use this status to simply promote their hatred and to hopefully engender serious political opposition here to further their goals there.

    • Miriam Brenner

      thank Obama administration…

      • Raymond_in_DC

        Instead of restricting visas to students from Arab and Muslim lands after 9/11, Bush *increased* the number of those visas. Obama increased the number even further. So as US campuses are becoming centers of anti-Israel incitement and indoctrination, both share the blame.

        We’ve also witnessed over the last 12 years (including the Bush years) substantial immigration from the Arab and Muslim world – legal and illegal. Obama says he wants to take in some 90,000 “asylum seekers” this year, including about 30,000 from Syria.

        • nopeacenow

          I have yet to understand why we allow immigration from Muslim countries. They have made a mess in their own countries – 56 of them and seek to do the same here. They are starting on the campuses of the Western nations.


            If the tsaranev family of the Boston Marathon bombers were never let into the US, on false grounds, no one would have died.

        • Rocky Mountain

          The “O” administration may be bad on this point but I agree with you and would further this by suggesting, if not asserting, that this practice of allowing questionable students into the US has been going on for a lot longer than we can imagine. The irony (or coincidence) is that Obama’s own father was an (apparently)avowed communist who was invited to study here on Uncle Sam’s dime! I will say that there should be no question that people with such views should be allowed to speak – but foreign student-agitators? No!

        • Daiseymae

          This is the most anti-American administration that has ever been in office.

  • The Facts

    As someone who is neither a member of the 2% of American Semites who are Israeli nationalists, nor of the 2% of American Semites who are Palestinian nationalists, I do not see why I should feel pressured to support one over the other. This article is trying to convince me that Jews are more entitled to control nationalist groups on American campuses than Palestinians are. It fails to demonstrate how Jews are better than Palestinians. It fails to show how Jews ought to be first among equals under the First Amendment. I am not convinced.

    • nopeacenow

      So you think the world needs a 22nd Arab state and 57th Muslim state all devoted to the persecution of religious minorities and women. Where thousands of Christians are tortured, women raped and killed. A democratic Israel does not deserve to exist but theocratic Islamic states are. No one is pressuring you to support one group over the other. Common sense should tell you who to support.

      • The Facts

        No, you must have misread. I said that in a free country with a Constitution, such as the United States, with free people and a Constitution and stuff, Jews don’t have a convincing argument as to why they have platinum class status to blather nationalism at our colleges, while Palestinians deserve wood grade status. In a country where we prize free speech, all you racists look alike and should share the college pulpit equally.

        • nopeacenow

          Why would the Arabs/Muslims/Palestinians deserve your support? You are not pressured to support anyone. I just cannot see why you wouldn’t support Israel over the Arabs/Muslims/Palestinians. We prize free speech. Israel prizes free speech. Arabs/Muslims/Palestinians do not. Why would you or anyone else living in the United States or the free West support the Arabs/Muslims/Palestinians over Israel? Israel has the same democratic values as the US. The Arabs/Muslims/Palestinians obviously do not. When it comes to racism no one can beat the Arabs/Muslims/Palestinians and those who support them.

          • The Facts

            If these are the actual opinions of actual students at the college, and not merely the machinations of off campus demagogues like Charles Jacobs and whoever the Islamic slobs are, then I support the right of either of these fringe groups to speak their mind on their own campus. I see no reason to prefer one of them over the other. I am OK with equal protection of these people. It would be more troubling to favor Jews or Muslims over one another. Neither group is particularly better or more human than the other.

          • Rick

            “Neither group is particularly better or more HUMANE than the other. I think history proves you wrong.

          • The Facts

            I didn’t say humane. Freedom of speech isn’t about who is more humane. You are debating the second cousin of the word I used. As humans, neither Jews nor Muslims have a right to exclusively verbally nationbuild on American college campuses.

          • nopeacenow

            Why don’t you tell that to the Muslims on campus who with their Leftist allies would destroy Israel and kill the Jews who live there.

          • The Facts

            Is that my job? To go and run and tell things to Muslims on behalf of Jews? Really, I don’t see what your problem is with granting your fellow man the same right to speak his mind as you yourself would want.

          • nopeacenow

            Why run? Just tell them at one of your regular meetings where you tear down Israel and Jews.

          • The Facts

            Such as which?

          • Drakken

            Not all cultures, people and religions are equal, period, and your to bloody ignorant to get it.

          • The Facts

            In the United States, they are equal under law and free to publicly espouse their equally dumb nationalist opinions.

          • Drakken

            Our enemies are not equal to us dumbazz.

          • The Facts

            I don’t see the difference between you and a Muslim croaking Sharia out on a street corner.

          • defcon 4

            Then move to an islamic state. Or should I say back to your islamic state?

          • Drakken

            That is the problem with leftist like you, our think that there are no absolutes and that everything is equal and no better than the other, when that is clearly not the case. When you stand for nothing, you fall for everything. If you don’t like it here, f**k off to the middle of far eastern sh**hole there is for your enjoyment.

          • The Facts

            You’re a very violent person, verbally at least. I blame video games.

        • Drakken

          Well if you love those effing muslim savages so much, bloody well move there dumbazz! In case you haven’t noticed since your shortbus special, our Constitution and Bill of Rights are not a suicide pact with our enemies and islam is our enemy. Here let me help you out and make this so simple that a window licker like you can understand it, Israel is a western ally is a western democracy, those effing rag heads you love so much hate us with a passion and will never be allied with or be allies, got it now shortbus?

          • The Facts

            I don’t believe that you share the Constitution with us. You have stated on numerous occasions that you are from Germany, usually in between threatening to kill people. It’s peculiar that you are never censured for it. It must be done with DHFC approval.

          • Drakken

            I wore a uniform and took an oath to Support and defend the Constitution, unlike you who have done nothing. Useful idiot leftist as yourself use it for your own purpose and want to tear its guts out. If a dumbazz like you cannot understand discernment, that is your goddamn problem, not mine. So pizz off back to the hood your crawled out of.

          • The Facts

            What you do in life is of no relevant comparison to what I do in life. They give out uniforms at McDonalds too. I don’t go over there thanking them for their service. If your alleged service is so important to you, then you don’t need to try to make me recognize it. A lot of people sign up for the military because they are depraved, but not so depraved that they would choose their own killing victims. They need the larger organization to tell them who is OK to kill, and to provide them with food, exercise, weapons, and transportation. You are a very dependent kind of person. You depend on the validation of the public for the way you prefer to treat life like a video game. I’m not impressed with your alleged service or your ritualistic daily death threats. I merely observe that you do it with the sanction of DHFC.

          • Drakken

            The fact that you insult the military and basically call them depraved really says it all really, your a academic leftist with no allegiances much less to this nation. You depend on people who are better than you in every shape and form, for they believe in higher ideal than you will ever have. Take your so called high moral superiority and get bent with it for you have to depend on your betters for your protection, we have a name for people like you, your a puzzy. I used to have pity on folks like you, I now look at you as something I scraped off the bottom of my boot.

          • The Facts

            You talk just like a skinhead.

          • Drakken

            You really are effing stupid. Your ignorance is stunning.

          • Rocky Mountain

            McVeigh wore a uniform as did Major Abdul Hassan.

          • Drakken

            They were and are traitors, it is that simple, as an American of the armed forces, you do not blow up fellow Americans, period. McVeigh got what he deserved, and that raghead Hassan is about to get his.

          • Rocky Mountain

            I agree, Drakken, that McVeigh and Hassan were and are traitors. And furthermore, if Hassan doesn’t get the death penalty it will be a miscarriage of justice but simply putting on a US military uniform and even swearing the oath of allegiance doesn’t elevate any individual to the status of a perfect patriot and the process can even be used to hide evil intentions.

        • defcon 4

          Islam isn’t a race and paleswine is not an ethnicity.

    • UCSPanther

      Hello, Flipside. You back again?

    • Daniel Rubio

      You are right. The discusion about Israel and its “apartheid” and “racist” behavior should not belong in the campuses of American colleges. It has been brought there not by Jews, but by arab/muslim operators who have learned very well that by controlling higher-educational institutions they can grab a hold on a nation’s very fabrics. Arabs/muslims are not there to learn. They are there to instigate, to build a 5-th column, to disturb and to build a platform from where to launch activities aimed at destabilizing the country and polarizing the population. Gullible young, unexperienced American students with a naive self-righteousness and the traditional American values of helping the less fortunates give these islamists easy cannon fodder.

      Every such cowardly iniciative you see at campuses is an arab antisemitic iniciative. Strangely you don’t see an orchestrated attack against Saudi-arabian mysogyny, against Iranian homophobia, against Chinese repression, against arabs in Gaza shooting missiles at civilan population centers (after all they are only Jews at the receiving end, so who cares) or against the fortunately now-departed Chavez’ authocracy. Only Israel is the monster, the bad-guy, the occupier, the killer of poor, sweet, innocent children whose only dream is to blow themselves up among a bunch of Jews by the time they turn 15.

      You should not feel pressured to support “one over the other”. You should support neither, because the only other alternative is to support the savages. This racist campaigns where Jews are targeted for being Jews, not for “opressing poor palestinians”, are just that, racist, hate-filled campaigns aimed at the delegitimization of Israel and the eternal “put the blame on the Jew”. Only with a 21-st century twist, that you apparently are myopic enough to not be able to see.

      • The Facts

        As a member of neither group, I am content to see both of them have the same rights to speak their particular brand of obnoxiousness.

        • Daniel Rubio

          Once again you are right, because you are looking at it from your Western-world paradigm, where equal rights and freedom of expression are cornerstones of Western values. Concepts which in turn are “obnoxious” to muslims and arabs.

          Where you err is when you equalize the “obnoxiousness” of both groups. But trying to explain the differences to you would be an exercise in futilty at best and obnoxious at worst.

          • The Facts

            It would also be impossible. It is impossible to demonstrate that Jews are superior to Muslims or vice versa.

          • Drakken

            If you cannot see the difference between the two, your dumber than a bag of hammers.

          • The Facts

            A bag of Ron Hammers? A bag of Warhammers?

          • defcon 4

            No a big bag of stupid.


            Dumber than a bag of rusty Hammer and Sickles.

  • david barry

    Jews better start buying guns

    • UCSPanther

      I 100% agree, and that should go for anyone who allies with them as well.

      • The Facts

        Like what kind? Like crappy VZ 52s?

        • UCSPanther

          Still talking nonsense?

          You are like a schizophrenic homeless guy…

          • defcon 4

            Islam will do that to people.

          • UCSPanther

            This nutcase is convinced that he can dox me for some reason…

    • D.Watson

      Nope….they will just keep supporting this corrupt Obama administration. Only God knows why.

  • BS77

    Look at the Middle East….how can anyone with even a pea sized brain think Israel is the problem over there? Look at Iraq, Syria, Sudan Somalia, Egypt, Libya…one hell hole after another..where massacres, bombings, anti Christian violence and war go on without end. Yeah, boycott Israel, college idiots and professor morons.

  • delm31_nabla@yahoo.com

    SJP=PLO. This so-called “justice movement” is pure horse hockey. It is anti-Israel and anti-Semitic. Period.

  • Drakken

    If you pacifistic jews and those that support Israel want to put a stop to this, the time for niceties and pleasantries is over, time to start getting militant about the whole thing, do not let these savages and their Quisling supporters go unanswered. They put up barriers, you bring gasoline and burn them down, bring balloons filled with paint, yellow would be appropriate and use liberally when they shout in those megaphones, when they gather in large crowds, toss lots of m-80’s into their midst. The college professors that feed this nonsense, target their vehicles and homes with lots of spray paint with the words Islamic terrorist supporter. To allow these communist loving jihadist supporters to go unanswered invites your own demise, so fight now or use guns later, your choice.

  • LogicNotHuff

    Muslims lie constantly. Kran tells them all crime is justified to “advance” Islam.


    I prefer “Students for NAKBA for Pal-e-SWINE”.

  • Kwangoo
  • 76Ag

    I would expect this from the ut in Austin but not Knoxville.

  • garyfouse

    Connecting the dots. It’s all one big rat’s nest extending from Berkeley to Knoxville with stops all over the country in between.

  • The world is not North America

    I believe Israel is the killer and Palestine should have their territory. If you do harm you will receive harm. The beauty of life.