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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Perfect: London School of Economics pairs with Islamic University of Gaza

It's hard for me to believe that a generation ago, one of my good friends in college spent a semester at the London School of Economics on a fellowship he won at Columbia. I guess LSE and Columbia have moved in the same direction since then, and my friend would no longer fit into either place (neither would I). Three days ago, I reported on the inroads radical Islam has made at British universities. Now comes word that the once-prestigious London School of Economics has paired itself with the Islamic University of Gaza.
1. The students’ union of the London School of Economics (LSE) passed a motion to twin with the Islamic University in Gaza, a Hamas political and military-terrorist stronghold attacked by the IDF in Operation Cast Lead. The decision was initiated by the LSE Students Union Palestine Society.1 Following the LSE’s lead, on December 8, 2009, Queen Mary College of the University of London also passed a motion to twin with the Islamic University.2

2. On December 13, 2009, the Palestinian cell at the LSE said in an announcement on its page in Facebook that the decision had been made on November 26, 2009, three years after the students’ union had twinned with Al-Najah University in Nablus. (Note: During the period of Palestinian terrorist campaign [the second intifada], Al-Najah University was a stronghold of Hamas and many terrorist operatives, including suicide bombers, were students there.3) The announcement also claimed that the Islamic University had been attacked by the Israeli Air Force and sustained $15 million worth of damages, and still had not been rebuilt because of the IDF’s “siege” of the Gaza Strip. In addition, according to the announcement, a room in the new LSE students’ union would be named for a student from the Islamic University who had been killed by the IDF [during Operation Cast Lead].4
5. The Islamic University in the Gaza Strip is not only an educational academic institution. It is a Hamas political stronghold of which Hamas made extensive use for its military-terrorist wing. On December 28, 2009, the second day of Operation Cast Lead, the Israeli Air Force attacked the university’s center for the research and develop of Hamas’ weapons, located in the university laboratories. The labs produced, among other things, the rockets used by Hamas to attack the residents of the State of Israel.
In the picture above, which is the Islamic University campus, building number 4 is the laboratory where rockets were made.

Britain has become a center of radical Islam. Even if I weren't a Jew, I would be fearful about continuing to live there. Your country is going to pot.

Read the whole thing.


At 4:41 PM, Blogger Red Tulips said...

This is disgusting, and I was sick in my mouth upon reading it.

An old coworker of mine told me her daughter is studying at LSE, and she told me of the vitriol against Israel at that school.

Just deplorable and revolting.


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