Entitled anti-Israel students fire off INSANE list of demands to Stanford University administrators

Anti-Israel students at Stanford are big mad at the university for its response to the war between Israel and the terrorist group Hamas.

The privileged group of pro-Palestinian rabble-rousers has issued a list of demands to the school administrators, claiming Stanford is “an enabler of Israel’s ongoing genocide of the Palestinian people.”

According to the students, there can be “no neutrality on genocide.”

“Neutrality is complicity,” they assert.

Topping their list of demands is a statement from Stanford that includes “an explicit condemnation of Israel’s war crimes and calls for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.”

The statement must acknowledge and condemn “Israel’s ongoing siege on Gaza as an international war crime”, demand “that the US calls for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza”; call for “Israel and Egypt to allow humanitarian aid into Gaza”; and call on “other universities and academic institutions to joint Stanford in speaking out for justice.”

The list gets more outlandish from there.

Stanford must provide round-the-clock counseling “by specialists in trauma-related mental support for refugees and immigrant students affected by the ongoing genocide in Gaza and confrontations with military-occupation abuse.”

Students who face “harassment and prejudice” must be given attorneys “free of charge.”

Academic accommodations must be approved “for all those affected” by the “genocide,” so the affected students don’t have to complete their work like every other student on the campus.

“Timely community alerts” must be issued anytime a Palestinian, Aram, or Muslim student feels they are a victim of “hate speech” or “physical harassment.”

And, once that elusive ceasefire is issued, the university has to fork out money to pay for a “full round trip” for affected students who want “to visit their family and friends and grieve properly.”

Furthermore, Stanford must establish “an investigative committee to correct the directives, faculty, and research initiatives contributing to subjugation of Palestinian people.”

Stanford schools and departments that are suspected of being complicit “in the oppression of Palestinians” must be investigated; research projects that might alleviate “humanitarian crises” must be funded; and Stanford must roll out the red carpet to Palestinian scholars who wish to teach at the university.

Naturally, the students save the best demand for last.

Stanford must, they say, commit “to the Palestinian movement to Boycott, Divest from and Sanction Israeli entities and companies complicit in Israeli war crimes.”

Read that again.

The students, one might argue, essentially want Stanford to paint Israelis with a yellow star and force them into a ghetto.

“While we recognize that Stanford administration does not have direct control over with whom researchers collaborate,” they conceded, “we encourage Stanford faculty members to commit to an academic boycott of complicit Israeli universities, such as Tel Aviv University, which through its Institute for National Security Studies was the originator of the murderous Dahiya doctrine.”

According to the Institute for Palestine Studies, the Dahiya doctrine is “a sinister strategy implemented by the Israeli military at least since the 2006 assault on Lebanon.”

According to The Jerusalem Post, Dahiya is “a neighborhood in Beirut which can only be accessed by card-carrying Hizbullah members.”

“During the 2006 war,” the outlet reported in 2010, “the IDF [Israeli Defense Forces] bombed large apartment buildings in the neighborhood since they were also used as Hizbullah command-and-control centers, and were built over Hizbullah bunkers.”

“Those against this doctrine believe that due to the makeup of Hizbullah and Hamas, it is almost impossible to deal it a fatal blow like when fighting against a conventional military,” The Post explained. “Those in favor believe that a blow to a terror group’s nerve center can indeed have such an effect.”

Because of the nature of fighting terrorist groups like Hamas — groups that use civilians as human shields and attack from tunnels — proponents of the Dahiya doctrine say an attack from one of them on Israel requires a “disproportionate” response.

“What happened in the Dahiya quarter of Beirut in 2006 will happen in every village from which Israel is fired on,” OC Northern Command Maj.-Gen. Gadi Eizenkot said in an interview in October 2008. “We will apply disproportionate force on it and cause great damage and destruction there. From our standpoint, these are not civilian villages, they are military bases.”

Back on X, many are mocking the Stanford students.

Fox News’s Tammy Bruce is also in favor of expulsion.


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