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The Meltdown of Danielle Dimacali

Posted By Jamie Glazov On March 7, 2014 @ 12:55 am In Daily Mailer,FrontPage | 138 Comments

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Reprinted from TruthRevolt.org.

Last week, the UCLA Student Council rejected an anti-Israel divestment resolution by a vote of 7-5, dealing a devastating blow to the BDS movement on campus. TruthRevolt’s Editor-in-Chief, Ben Shapiro, a UCLA alumnus, showed up and delivered a powerful two-minute speech that brilliantly unveiled the pernicious hypocrisy and double standards of the BDS movement.

The BDS movement’s defeat didn’t sit well with the anti-Israel students, especially with a certain Danielle Dimacali, the student council’s note-taker, who engaged in some intriguing behavior in the student council meeting following the resolution’s defeat. The clip of her performance, which included sobbing and pounding on the table, is a must-view.

In the comments section afterwards at the Daily Bruin, Dimacali accused her critics of “obvious blatant racist microaggression.” Her behavior reflected well the meltdowns of many other BDS supporters, who were foaming at the mouth about their failure to contribute to the world’s racist assault on the Jewish State.

Upon watching the video of Danielle Dimacali’s response to the momentary defeat of her movement’s mission, I couldn’t keep from wondering a few things:

I wondered how many tears Dimacali had shed for Ilan Halimi, the young French Jewish man in Paris who was kidnapped in 2006 by a group called the “Gang of Barbarians” and tortured horrifically over a period of three weeks, which finally ended in his tragic death. The gang members cut his fingers, ears, bits of his flesh; they burned him with acid and poured flammable liquid on him and set him on fire. Four-fifths of his body was mutilated by torture.

I couldn’t help from wondering: how did Dimacali react when she learned of the terror and unimaginable suffering that Ilan had endured? What were her emotions when she thought of how the gang forced Ilan’s mother to listen to her son’s tortured screams over the phone while they simultaneously recited Quranic verses to her? What were Dimacali’s feelings when, at his trial, the leader of the gang, Youssouf Fofana, smirked at Ilan’s mom and relatives and shouted, “Allahu akbar”?

Did Dimacali sob and pound on a table?

Did she whimper?

Or has she till this day never even heard of Ilan Halimi?

Have any of her friends?

Would she care?

Would they?

I also couldn’t help reflecting on what Dimacali’s emotional reaction must have been when, in March 2011, she learned of the fate of the Fogel family in the West Bank community of Itamar. Two Palestinian teenagers broke into the Fogel’s home and murdered five members of the family — the parents, 11- and 4-year-old boys, and a 3-month-old girl. They shot the parents to the death; stabbed the boys to death; and slit the throat of 3-month-old crying Hadas.

The two perpetrators, Hakim Mazen Awad, 18, and Amjad Mahmad Awad, 19, later, upon interrogation, expressed great regret ….. that they had not killed two other Fogel boys, 8-year-old Roi and 2-year-old Yishai, who were sleeping in the house and were, consequently, left undetected by the two intruders.

I couldn’t keep from wondering: what kind of moaning and pounding on a table did Dimacali engage in when she learned of the 3-month-old crying Hadas having her throat slit?

How did Dimacali stutter and whine when she brooded and agonized over how the two murderers are today praised as “heroes” and “legends” in Palestinian society?

Or has Dimacali till this day never even heard of the Fogel family?

Have any of her friends?

Would she care?

Would they?

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