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BLM bravely supports Hamas.

The group apparently thinks that Jewish lives don't matter. Especially the over 40 Israeli toddlers who have been executed.


Still want to support BLM? Maybe you belong with Hamas or Hezbollah. I hear they're looking for recruits.


BLM Chicago under fire for pro-Palestinian post featuring paragliding terrorist: ‘Disgusting and disgraceful’


By David Propper and Alex Oliveira, NY Post

Published Oct. 10, 2023, 9:05 p.m. ET


A Black Lives Matter chapter in Chicago is under fire for seeming to celebrate Hamas attacks on Israeli citizens in a “disgusting and disgraceful” social media post on Tuesday.


The post on X, formerly Twitter, includes an image of a person paragliding with a Palestinian flag attached to its parachute with “I stand with Palestine” written beneath.


“That is all that is it!” it added.


The post was an apparent reference to Hamas terrorists who descended on Israeli communities with parachutes and gliders over the weekend, butchering hundreds and taking civilian hostages in a brutal surprise attack.


BLM Chicago also posted a number of cartoons depicting somebody expressing outrage over the attacks on Israel, while another calmly lists off talking points blaming Israel for the situation.


“This isn’t about Hamas — this is about Palestinians right to resist 75 years of Israeli settlers colonizing their native land,” one of the cartoons read.


“Unapologetically standing with butcherers and rapists,” author and former speechwriter Aviva Klompas tweeted.


“BLM Chicago, like many leftists, comes out in support of slaughtering innocent people they don’t like,” GOP commentator and former congressional candidate Robby Starbuck tweeted.


Another user tweeted: “This is so disgusting and disgraceful on so many levels.”


BLM Chicago is far from the only left-leaning US organization to speak out against Israel after its civilians were murdered in the streets.


The La Fuerza Student Association at California State University in Long Beach circulated a poster advertising a “Day of Resistance” for “students united against apartheid.”


Like the BLM Chicago post, the poster featured an image of somebody soaring down from the sky on a paraglider.


“We will be rallying and marching in support of the Palestinian liberation and against Zionist occupation in Palestine,” the group said.


Elsewhere, the Students for Justice in Palestine is planning a National Day of Resistance Thursday for its chapters at schools across the country, including at Arizona State University, the University of Arizona, Butler University, the University of Virginia, the University of Louisville, and the University of Binghamton.


A group of 31 Harvard organizations, including the Ivy League institution’s affiliate of Amnesty International, has placed the blame on Israel for Hamas’ brutal, surprise attack that has killed at least 700 Israelis.


The organizations released a letter to the public as a 'Joint Statement by Harvard Palestine Solidarity Groups on the Situation in Palestine' on Sunday


The organizations released a letter to the public as a “Joint Statement by Harvard Palestine Solidarity Groups on the Situation in Palestine” on Sunday.


The group has previously described the Hamas massacre of Israelis as “a historic win for Palestinian resistance.”


“We, the undersigned student organizations, hold the Israeli regime entirely responsible for all unfolding violence,” the letter read.


“The apartheid regime is the only one to blame,” it continued.


They claim that Hamas' attacks, which are still ongoing, 'did not happen in a vacuum' and the Israeli government has forced Palestinians to live in 'an open-air prison for over two decades.'


They claim that Hamas’ attacks, which are still ongoing, “did not happen in a vacuum” and the Israeli government has forced Palestinians to live in “an open-air prison for over two decades.”


Former Harvard University president Larry Summers, who served as an adviser to President Barack Obama, spoke out against the letter and the school administration’s continued silence.


“The silence from Harvard’s leadership, so far, coupled with a vocal and widely reported student groups’ statement blaming Israel solely, has allowed Harvard to appear at best neutral towards acts of terror against the Jewish state of Israel,” he wrote in a post on X.


“Instead, Harvard is being defined by the morally unconscionable statement apparently coming from two dozen student groups blaming all the violence on Israel,” he continued.


“I am sickened.”


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