A 9/11 event sponsored by Rutgers University and San Francisco State University academic departments will feature speakers affiliated with terrorists or who have otherwise supported terrorism.
The storefront was marked with graffiti that read "racist pigz [sic]," "Zionist pigz [sic]" and "free Palestine."
“His honesty impressed me,” Yosef said. “I could see in his face that if I give him a chance, he’ll do whatever he can to prove himself"
As of the time of publication, the Zoom registration link for the event, hosted by the Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies Program (AMED) at SFSU, is still active.
The group, Tea Party Patriots, denied the claim by March to Save America that it was a funder of the event.
Police are investigating and trying to find who is behind the harassment of the kind that took place in September.
Student government resolutions are not binding on the school.
According to the non-profit Lawfare project, SFSU may have violated a US anti-terrorist statute.
“We believe the ‘action’ taken thus far by the administration has done nothing to make us feel secure and safe."
Khaled was a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), which hijacked El Al Flight 219 on September 6, 1970.