Leftists love to talk about inclusiveness and tolerance, but anyone who has watched the way these loons behave knows that these are not the values to which they subscribe. They will say they only oppose other ideologies (i.e., anything to the right of John F. Kennedy), but the truth is, they are opposed to anything associated with whites, males, Christians, or, indeed, Israeli. The latter point comes into stark relief when you read the story of Ofir Dayan, a former member of the Israel Defense Forces who is now attending college at Columbia University. In an interview with the New York Post, Dayan said that a Palestinian group on campus has made her life as a student a living hell.
The group, which calls itself Students for Justice in Palestine, has allegedly been threatening and harassing the young Israeli since she arrived at the school.
“SJP is violent,” Dayan told the Post. “I’m worried about my personal safety.”
From the Post:
The political science major had her initial run-in about a month into the fall 2017 semester, when she was in the lobby of Knox Hall — home to the Middle East Institute — having a phone conversation in Hebrew.
“A girl heard me and started screaming, ‘Stop killing Muslim babies! . . . You’re a murderer!’ ” Ofir said. “Then she screamed, ‘Zionist, get out!’ A nearby public-safety administrator did nothing.”
In October 2017, Ofir said, she and four members of Students Supporting Israel (SSI) — she is the vice-president of the Columbia chapter — were leaving an on-campus event for Israeli beauty queen Titi Aynaw. “The moment [members of SJP] saw us, they started screaming their slogans with a microphone to intimidate us. There were at least 50 SJP members blocking the walkway.
“They were really angry and it was scary,” said Ofir, a vocal supporter of the Jewish state. “I believed it would escalate to physical violence.”
This is not the first time SJP chapters have been accused of anti-semitism, harassment, and the threat of violence. Last year, a University of California, Irvine chapter of the group was put on a two-year probationary period after disrupting a pro-Israel event on campus. The UCLA chapter of SJP has faced similar accusations. For their part, the group insists that they oppose all hateful ideologies, including anti-semitism.