There is national outrage after 34 student groups at Harvard University published a letter condemning Israel in the aftermath of a savage sneak attack perpetrated by Muslim terrorists.
“We, the undersigned student organizations, hold the Israeli regime entirely responsible for all unfolding violence. The apartheid regime is the only one to blame,” the letter reads. “Israeli violence has structured every aspect of Palestinian existence for 75 years.”
The backlash has been fierce. A number of high-profile corporations have considered blacklisting students who are members of the anti-Semite student clubs.
Many of the clubs are trying to hide their membership rosters, but our friends at Accuracy in Media were able to independently verify many of the student leaders.
At this moment a large truck is circling Harvard University’s campus broadcasting the names and photographers of the Jew haters.
The truck’s surprise appearance around campus on Wednesday “was the first day [of a] multi-day, multi-pronged campaign involving multiple billboards and a variety of other tactics,” Accuracy in Media president Adam Guillette told The New York Post.
The group deployed the truck because it’s “incredibly important to know who the hateful antisemites are in our society. And it’s important for people to know that their actions have consequences,” Guillette said in an interview with The Post.
In addition, Accuracy in Media has published the names of all the student leaders involved. Click here to read their list.
Many Democrats and Harvard faculty are enraged over the truck, accusing Accuracy in Media of intimidation.
“Two wrongs do not make a right. Publishing lists of students and personal information under the headings ‘terrorist,’ ‘genocidal murderer’ and ‘anti semite’ is just wrong in any circumstance,” Professor Jason Furman tweeted in a long-winded thread on X on Wednesday.
Harvard released a statement condemning the doxxing.
“We do not condone or ignore threats or acts of harassment or violence,” a Harvard executive told the student newspaper. “Officials within our Schools have been in contact with students to ensure they are aware of resources available to them if they are concerned about their physical safety or experience an immediate threat.”