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Published On: Mon, Jul 23rd, 2018

Stanford student, Hamzeh Daoud, threatens Jews after Israel passed the ‘basic law’ announcing it is the Jewish nation state

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On Friday, after Israel had passed its “basic law” that asserted Israel is the nation-state of the Jewish people, Hamzeh Daoud, a junior at Stanford, stated on Facebook he would “physically fight zionists on campus next year.”

Daoud said that he’ll physically fight zionists on campus “if someone comes at me with their ‘israel is a democracy’ bulls**t. : ) and after i abolish your a** i’ll go ahead and work every day for the rest of my life to abolish your petty a** ethnosupremacist settler-colonial state.”

Daoud is an active member in Stanford Students for Justice in Palestine.

The Weekly Standard reached out and quoted another student who described Daoud “has been one of the most aggressive and prolific anti-Israel figures at Stanford. . . . Now, he’s calling for violence against pro-Israel students. He will be an RA in a dormitory next year, and this is unacceptable, as he could quite literally threaten the safety of the students in the dormitory.”

A recent Stanford graduate, who was active in the Israel debate while there, told the Standard, “Was this kid ever going to beat anyone up? I doubt it. . . . But it just shows how the rhetoric of the campus left has escalated and escalated until they’re literally threatening physical violence against oh, 90 percent of the Jews at the university, just to signal their commitment.”

More from the TWS:

Daoud’s public Facebook profile is filled, mostly, with short, anti-Israel video clips—and anti-Israel commentary, which regularly argues for the dissolution of Israel. His LinkedIn profile says that he’s currently an “innovation intern” and a “Stanford in Government Fellow” in Geneva at the U.N.’s High Commission for Refugees.

By Friday evening, a few hours after his initial post threatening violence against other Stanford students, he edited it, changing the word “physically” to “intellectually.”

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