EXPOSED – SJP Arlington in Anti-Semitism Scandal / February 17 , 2017

EXPOSED – SJP Arlington in Anti-Semitism Scandal

Dear Canary Mission Supporter,

What is it with Student for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and Anti-Semitism? Canary Mission has uncovered scores of anti-Semitic posts including “Stuff Jews in the oven” and “Kill some Jews” among the social media pages of SJP activists at University of Texas, Arlington (UTA).

Our extensive investigation into UTA drew one main conclusion: the UTA chapter of SJP is a focal point for campus anti-Semitism.

Of 24 individuals uncovered, 19 (79%) were members of SJP.

In a dossier released on February 15th and first published in the Algemeiner, Canary Mission exposed 24 UTA students and graduates engaging in bigoted and anti-Semitic hatred. They repeatedly call for violence against Jews, curse Jews, and both deny the holocaust and champion a new Holocaust on Facebook and Twitter. Examples include:

SJP UTA student activist and pre-school teacher, Nancy Salem told her friend to go “kill some Jews!”

SJP UTA student activist and PANDORA Jewelry employee, Mariam Ghanem wrote “let’s stuff some Jews in the oven.”

SJP UTA student activist Ismail Said Aboukar tweeted “The world would be soooo much better without jews man.”

That so many students involved are member of SJP should come as no surprise. An October 2016 study released at Brandeis — called “Hotspots of Antisemitism and Anti-Israel Sentiment on US Campuses” — showed that the presence of an active SJP group on campus was, “one of the strongest predictors of perceiving a hostile climate towards Israel and Jews.”

Our UTA report follows hot on the heels of a shocking dossier on the University of Houston (UH) that drew the attention of university administration, Houston police, legal agencies and numerous Jewish community groups.

We hope that the UTA administration and Jewish groups will stand together in taking action against the university-sanctioned SJP chapter and its activists who threaten the safety of Jews and Israel supporters on their campus.

Canary Mission will continue to investigate and expose anti-Semitism across campuses in North America. Together, we can stem the tide of this wave of hatred.

Yours Faithfully,
The CM Team

The Canary Mission team are in an on-going effort to expose individuals and organizations that engage in hate-speech and anti-Semitism. But we need your assistance. You can help by donating and encouraging others to subscribe.

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University of Texas, Arlington Profiles

SJP UTA student activist Nancy Salem works as a pre-school teacher, at the Children’s Courtyard. She has tweeted: “‘@DictatorHitler: How many Jews died in the Holocaust? Not enough’ @PrincessLulllu @thearabgirl HAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHHAHAHAHA” and in a tweet she told her friend to “kill some jews!”

SJP UTA student activist Ahmed Ellahi works as a Ticket Agent / Promoter with Nightculture DFW in Dallas, Texas. Ellahi tweeted the text “Set Fire to the jews” along with a modified picture of the artist Adele – replacing her face with a portrait of Hitler, and a caption that read: “ADELEF HITLER” The tweet is a takeoff of the song “Set Fire to the Rain.” Ellahi also tweeted: “”jews are people too they’re just ugly” – @conifuckyou.”

UTA student Tareq Abdallah hates Jews with a violent passion. He has tweeted: “I swear if I Jew gets within 5 feet from me at the protest and says a word, straight murder,” “Gimme an AK and drop me off in gaza, I promise I’ll go on a killing spree, f**k Jews” and “I wish some Jew would talk s**t about Palestine….then I’d have a reason to whoop his ass.”

SJP UTA activist and MSA member Heba Asi is the sister of Adham Asi (below) and also the cousin of operative for Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) Mohammed Assi, who helped orchestrate the November 21, 2012, Tel Aviv bus bombing, which injured 28 Israeli civilians. Heba Asi in her own words is “100% pro hamas.”

SJP UTA student activist Ismail Said Aboukar has tweeted: “The world would be soooo much better without jews man,” “Jewish people are ass” and “#LiesToldInSchool the holocaust.”

SJP UTA activist Mariam Ghanem has tweeted: “Lol let’s stuff some Jews in the oven” and “Allah yin3n el yahood. I ran out of fa7em. D [May Allah Curse the Jews. I ran out of coal. D]”

SJP UTA student activist and MSA member Ahmad Hajmahmoud has spread hatred of Jews and promoted violence against Israel on Twitter with tweets such as “Falasteen ibladnah! O el yahood eklabnah! [Palestine is our land and the Jews are our dogs].” Hajmahmoud also slaughters and dismembers animals — and posts about it on social media.

SJP UTA student activist and MSA member Dannah Mahmoud tweets classic anti-Semitic Arabic curses such as “Allah yikhrab beit il yahood [May Allah destroy the homes of the Jews]” and “Falasteen ibladna wil yahood ichlabna [Palestine is our land and the Jews are our dogs].” She also says she hates Jews more than she hates her “annoying piece of sh*t” phone.

SJP UTA Vice-President Dana Amar attended the 2016, National SJP Annual Conference. Amar tweeted: “Hamas are freedom fighters. Not terrorists” and advocated for the deportation of Jews from Israel.

UTA student and owner of Barakat ATM Provider Yazen Barakat spews hate for Jews, Homosexuals, Blacks AND Whites with such tweets as: “F**k Jews,” “Exactly let the men blow s**t up. Faggot ass gay ass white bitches go play in the woods” and “‘@UNCLERUCKUS_BD: wake up you n**gers and go fill out some job applications.’”

UTA student Jaura Snowber tweeted: “Yay! Let’s celebrate how that Stupid Jew is officially no longer the owner of the Clippers.”

SJP UTA President Dina Chkarka campaigned for funding to attend the 2016 National SJP Annual Conference.

SJP UTA Secretary/treasurer Rawan Jallad has referred to Zionists as “scum” and “s**t.”

[Update] The first president of SJP at UT Arlington Abraham Assi brought SJP to campus in 2014. The group’s membership was rife with anti-Semitism, particularly while under Assi’s leadership.

Former SJP UTA Secretaty from 2015 Niveen Joulani was elected as Student Congress Senator in the spring of 2016. Joulani on at least 3 separate occasions has portrayed terrorists as victims on social media.

Executive Board member of SJP UTA Emily Panellas elected as Student Congress Senator, in the spring of 2016. She is also an office assistant at UT Arlington, College of Science.

SJP UTA officer from April 2015 Elhaum Langroodi is today the Student Congress External Relations Director at UT Arlington.

SJP UTA officer from 2015 Neda Langroodi is a senior at UT Arlington, majoring in Industrial Engineering.

SJP UTA President from May 2016 to August 2016 was Seehum Isa. Isa is a senior at UT Arlington, majoring in Public Relations.

Former SJP UTA student activist Hanan Salem works in Sales management for ALDO shoes. Salem tweeted a blood libel, claiming: “Just watched this video of a Zionist rabbi admitting that he kidnapped little kids sacrificed them & sold their bodies to slaughterhouses” as well as “@fancynancyxxo fk you bitch. I hate you more than I hate Jews and math combined.”

UTA student Noor Sadaat tweeted: “Allah yil3an Abu al yahood [Allah will curse the father of the Jews]” and “yikhrib bayt al yahood wallah [The homes of the Jews be destroyed] I screamed.”

UTA student Jenny Nguyen is the president of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) at UTA. On September 4, 2014, Nguyen led a “March for Palestine,” co-organized with SJP, where she invoked terrorist Leila Khaled as a role model — mentioning with a smile “that airline hijacking thing.”

Former SJP student activist and MSA member Nawal Joulani was a Nursing Senator at UT Arlington, Student Congress Senator and VP of SJP. She accuses Israel of genocide, has spread faith-based incitement and portrayed terrorists as victims.


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