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Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Technion medical student celebrates kidnapping and murder

The tweet above was posted by one Murad Abu Elheja, a medical student at the Technion (an Israeli university) in Haifa.

In response, the Technion reports that the student has been summoned for 'disciplinary action.' I would bet on him not being expelled, and that one day he will be a doctor in an Israeli hospital.

Please send this to the Technion (email addresses below) and urge that this 'Palestinian' scum be expelled. Especially if you are a Technion donor or alum.

More here (link in Hebrew).

Here are the email addresses of the Dean and the senior administrative staff:
'lilil@techunix.technion.ac.il'; 'naomic@tx.technion.ac.il'; 'djoseph@tx.technion.ac.il'; 'apelmane@tx.technion.ac.il'; 'ereza@tx.technion.ac.il'; 'shaleve@tx.technion.ac.il'

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At 10:19 PM, Blogger Empress Trudy said...

Jail time for him. Permanent expulsion from school.

At 1:34 PM, Blogger PS 261 STEM committee said...

good to see Americans understand the importance of free speech.

At 12:35 AM, Blogger ploome said...

but you don;t understand the concept

The right to freedom of speech is not absolute in any country and is commonly subject to limitations based on the speech implications of the harm principle including libel, slander, obscenity and pornography, sedition, hate speech, classified information, copyright violation, trade secrets, non-disclosure agreements.

The term "offense principle" is also used[1] to expand the range of free speech limitations to prohibit forms of expression where they are considered offensive to society, special interest groups or individuals. For example, freedom of speech is limited in many jurisdictions to widely differing degrees by religious legal systems, religious offense or incitement to ethnic or racial hatred laws.

and if achmed there, doesn;t like it, let him go study at one of the outstanding medical schools in a muslim arab country....why study with the sons of monkeys and pigs?

At 1:34 AM, Blogger Carl in Jerusalem said...


Agreed. But why then should the government of Israel be paying for his schooling? (Technion is a state-funded university? Why should an Israeli hospital (also government funded for the most part) ever be allowed to hire him?


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