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University of Michigan Pro Palestinian Protestors Call for ‘Intifada’ and ‘One Solution’

Student protestors from the University of Michigan chanted antisemitic and anti-Zionist slogans at US Vice President Kamala Harris, going as far as accusing her of genocide due to her support of Israel, during a planned speech on Thursday in Ann Arbor. Harris visited the University of Michigan on Thursday for a talk in the university’s auditorium on the state of climate policy, student activism and environmental justice across the United States. 

“Kamala, Kamala, you can’t hide, you’re committing genocide,” the students, flying Palestinian flags, charged at Harris outside the auditorium, in footage taken by independent journalist Brendan Gutenschwager.

Other pro-Palestinian chants hurled at the vice president included “from the river to the sea, Palestine will be free” and “not another nickel, not another dime, no more money for Israel’s crimes.”

The NGO StopAntisemitism and other Jewish advocacy groups accused the protestors of inciting violence against Jewish students on campus.


The protestors, who reportedly were part of the pro-Palestinian campus group Students Allied for Freedom and Equality, took the opportunity of Harris’ visit to attack the Biden administration for providing $3.8 billion in military aid to the “Israeli apartheid regime,” as one protester claimed through a megaphone, “unconditional support to the Zionist entity to continue its ethnic cleansing of Palestinians in occupied territories.

“The Biden-Harris administration, much like its predecessors…is complicit in the erasure of the Palestinian people and their homeland,” she said as per footage shared on Twitter by Gutenschwager.

Prior to Harris’ arrival to Ann Arbor, one pro-Palestinian protester criticized the vice president, arguing that time and time again, Kamala Harris has proven herself a detriment to the marginalized communities she claims to represent.”

Source: https://www.jpost.com/diaspora/antisemitism/article-728489