Front Page Mag: The David Horowitz Freedom Center’s bold new campaign to expose the rampant anti-Semitism and dangerous, genocidal rhetoric of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and the Muslim Students Association (MSA) and their student supporters across the nation is officially underway.

The campuses of four California universities –UC Berkeley, San Francisco State University, UCLA, and USC— have already been blanketed with hard-hitting, fact-based posters that detail the virulent Jew-hatred of these activists and the neo-Nazi-sympathizing professors who try to grant them moral authority.

The posters are coming soon to many more college and university campuses across the country.  more …

Opinion: I first became aware of the MSA and SJP because of the David Horowitz Freedom Center and his website Front Page Mag in 2011, when he posted this hard hitting video:

It was near the end of the first Obama term and the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic Jihad sponsors of the MSA and SJP, had a seat at the president’s table in Washington.

With Obama’s approval in 2012, the Brotherhood infiltrated some of the most prestigious College campuses in the US. In 2015, Horowitz Freedom Center posted the top 10 supporters of the MSA/SJP in alphabetical order:

Brandeis University; Columbia University; Harvard University; Rutgers University-New Brunswick; San Francisco State University; University of California, Irvine; University of California, Los Angeles; University of California, San Diego; University of Michigan-Ann Arbor; and the University of New Mexico.

Among the statements made by SJP and MSA supporters that appear in both the pamphlet and posters are:

  • “How many Jews died in the Holocaust? Not enough.”
  • “Wow White Jews are so entitled LMFAOOO Please die.”
  • “Hitler had a lot of great ideas. We need a guy like that in the White House.”
  • “Had to write about a leader for DCL class. Wrote about Hitler. Cuz he’s a boss.”

The Freedom Center’s new poster campaign attempts to expose SJP and MSA activists as promoters of a neo-Nazi ideology and supporters of anti-Israel terrorism so America’s students can learn for themselves the disturbing full implications of backing these hateful anti-Israeli, anti-American groups.

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  1. I am 44 years old. There were Neo-Nazis who had attended my high school. Neo-Nazis in schools are nothing new. People will always hate Jews because they are Jews. Whining about it in the news will do nothing to help them. All we can do is continue witnessing to Jews (most self-proclaimed Christians do not do that), and continue praying for them.

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