Top 10 universities most friendly to terror

University campuses are dangerous places for our children, as “higher education” has morphed into a propaganda machine for leftists.  And with the left comes the stifling of free speech.  And violence.  As in jihad.

Muslim students and Islamophile faculty members are creating an increasingly threatening environment as brainwashing, intimidation, and physical violence become the norm.  Life for Jewish students has become particularly harrowing, though the threat extends well beyond them to every American.

To address this growing threat, David Horowitz has started a campaign called “Stop the Jihad on Campus.”  He has released a report on the top 10 American universities that provide legitimization and material support to Islamic terrorists who want to destroy the state of Israel, with Muslim Brotherhood front groups (Muslim Students Association and Students for Justice in Palestine) being deeply embedded on university campuses advancing a message of hate.

Per Horowitz, MSA and SJP “are afforded campus privileges, including university offices and the right to hold events on campus grounds that would be denied to any other group that preached hatred of ethnic groups or supported barbaric terrorists who slaughter men, women and children as part of a demented mission to cleanse the earth of infidels.”

Horowitz also notes that MSA and SJP are the primary force behind Israeli Apartheid Week.  As many AT readers are undoubtedly aware, Israel Apartheid Week is a hateful annual event held on campuses across America that spreads lies about Israel (often fueled by propaganda created by Hamas), calls for Israel’s demise, and stirs hatred for Jews.  MSA and SJP are also the driving force behind the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions campaign – a movement inspired by Hamas to devastate Israel’s economy.

And if ever there were damning proof that the members of MSA and SJP are terrorists and terrorists in the making, Horowitz notes that MSA leaders have “gone on to high-level positions in al-Qaeda and other terrorist organizations. The most notorious of these was Anwar al-Awlaki, the head of al-Qaeda in the Yemen.”

These people with their hate-ridden views are embraced by universities across America, with the following 10 universities (listed alphabetically) being the worst offenders:

  • 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
  • University of New Mexico

For those not familiar with the David Horowitz Freedom Center (DHFC), and even for those who are, I encourage you to support the work of this exceptional organization.  David Horowitz and the stellar group of individuals who form the core of his operation are on the front lines of the fight against tyranny, against Islam, day in and day out.

People often ask: “What can I do?”  Well, this is something you can do.  Join.

University campuses are dangerous places for our children, as “higher education” has morphed into a propaganda machine for leftists.  And with the left comes the stifling of free speech.  And violence.  As in jihad.

Muslim students and Islamophile faculty members are creating an increasingly threatening environment as brainwashing, intimidation, and physical violence become the norm.  Life for Jewish students has become particularly harrowing, though the threat extends well beyond them to every American.

To address this growing threat, David Horowitz has started a campaign called “Stop the Jihad on Campus.”  He has released a report on the top 10 American universities that provide legitimization and material support to Islamic terrorists who want to destroy the state of Israel, with Muslim Brotherhood front groups (Muslim Students Association and Students for Justice in Palestine) being deeply embedded on university campuses advancing a message of hate.

Per Horowitz, MSA and SJP “are afforded campus privileges, including university offices and the right to hold events on campus grounds that would be denied to any other group that preached hatred of ethnic groups or supported barbaric terrorists who slaughter men, women and children as part of a demented mission to cleanse the earth of infidels.”

Horowitz also notes that MSA and SJP are the primary force behind Israeli Apartheid Week.  As many AT readers are undoubtedly aware, Israel Apartheid Week is a hateful annual event held on campuses across America that spreads lies about Israel (often fueled by propaganda created by Hamas), calls for Israel’s demise, and stirs hatred for Jews.  MSA and SJP are also the driving force behind the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions campaign – a movement inspired by Hamas to devastate Israel’s economy.

And if ever there were damning proof that the members of MSA and SJP are terrorists and terrorists in the making, Horowitz notes that MSA leaders have “gone on to high-level positions in al-Qaeda and other terrorist organizations. The most notorious of these was Anwar al-Awlaki, the head of al-Qaeda in the Yemen.”

These people with their hate-ridden views are embraced by universities across America, with the following 10 universities (listed alphabetically) being the worst offenders:

  • 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
  • University of New Mexico

For those not familiar with the David Horowitz Freedom Center (DHFC), and even for those who are, I encourage you to support the work of this exceptional organization.  David Horowitz and the stellar group of individuals who form the core of his operation are on the front lines of the fight against tyranny, against Islam, day in and day out.

People often ask: “What can I do?”  Well, this is something you can do.  Join.