A visiting Palestinian speaker chided an anti-Israel hate group on campus for not openly promoting its position that Israel “has no right to exist.”
Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), an international network of some 200 student chapters that actively seeks to dismantle the Jewish state, has launched violent anti-Semitic attacks against Jewish and Israel-friendly students, expressing support for Palestinian terrorists and Islamic jihadist groups.
In this 2016 interview, Amena Elashkar, a visiting 23-year-old Palestinian activist, bemoans the fact that her fellow Israel haters in SJP told her she could not openly speak about their position that Israel has no right to exist. She also revealed why they refuse to do so.
It has nothing to do with the fact that such statements are wrong.