Pro-Palestine Anti-Israel College Campus Protests

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Ron in Regina

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Regina, Saskatchewan

Zionism is rooted in violence.
Yep. The encampment (at McGill) sprawls out along the lower left portion of the field, encompassing about 100 tents, most of which are behind a tall, barricade-like metal fence, draped with murals. Other than the group of about 40 gathered for “revolutionary” lessons (which also happen in Israel, Texas, & a Jewish high school in Toronto constantly so this isn’t news & doesn’t smell like teen spirit) under a large tree, it’s impossible to know how many are actually in the fenced enclosure. You can’t see inside….’cuz….

Touring the grounds, you will find murals that read, “Justice For the Martyrs of Palestine,” essentially glorifying martyrdom, and “The Revolution is Now,” letting us know in no uncertain terms that they see this moment and these grounds as a place to enact the means of revolution, whatever they end up being. Whatever the planned revolution is, you probably should hope you’re not there when it happens.

I ran into a young security guard who was walking around the fenced-off area where the tents were protected from prying eyes. I pointed at all the signs and tents, and asked him jokingly, “You must be busy?” To which he responded, “I’m just here to make sure the grounds are not damaged.”

Upon entering the encampment, one is immediately struck by the stench of urine, and if you investigate the fenced-off area, you will discover that the grounds underneath the encampment have been dug up to (like all schools in Israel & Texas & a certain Jewish high school in Toronto) allow for a sort of urine drainage system under the tents.

“What about this damage?” I asked him, pointing to the large trench system on the formally well-kempt green lawn, a lawn that was supposed to hold convocations this spring and is usually filled with students reading, eating their lunch, or socializing. To this, he explained, “This is just an easier way for them to urinate” ‘cuz “Free Palestine!! Release the urine from the River to the Sea!!”
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“And this isn’t damage?” I pressed the young campus security guard further. “Look, you’ve gotta do what you’ve gotta do for the cause,” he responded.
McGill University says it is going ahead with much of the latest offer it had made to the pro-Palestinian protesters camping on its downtown campus. But now, academic amnesty is off the table.

The student protesters rejected that offer last week and say they're staying put at the encampment that has been standing on the campus's lower field for nearly two months. There’s an R.Kelly joke/meme in here somewhere.
 

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Yep. The encampment (at McGill) sprawls out along the lower left portion of the field, encompassing about 100 tents, most of which are behind a tall, barricade-like metal fence, draped with murals. Other than the group of about 40 gathered for “revolutionary” lessons (which also happen in Israel, Texas, & a Jewish high school in Toronto constantly so this isn’t news & doesn’t smell like teen spirit) under a large tree, it’s impossible to know how many are actually in the fenced enclosure. You can’t see inside….’cuz….

Touring the grounds, you will find murals that read, “Justice For the Martyrs of Palestine,” essentially glorifying martyrdom, and “The Revolution is Now,” letting us know in no uncertain terms that they see this moment and these grounds as a place to enact the means of revolution, whatever they end up being. Whatever the planned revolution is, you probably should hope you’re not there when it happens.

I ran into a young security guard who was walking around the fenced-off area where the tents were protected from prying eyes. I pointed at all the signs and tents, and asked him jokingly, “You must be busy?” To which he responded, “I’m just here to make sure the grounds are not damaged.”

Upon entering the encampment, one is immediately struck by the stench of urine, and if you investigate the fenced-off area, you will discover that the grounds underneath the encampment have been dug up to (like all schools in Israel & Texas & a certain Jewish high school in Toronto) allow for a sort of urine drainage system under the tents.

“What about this damage?” I asked him, pointing to the large trench system on the formally well-kempt green lawn, a lawn that was supposed to hold convocations this spring and is usually filled with students reading, eating their lunch, or socializing. To this, he explained, “This is just an easier way for them to urinate” ‘cuz “Free Palestine!! Release the urine from the River to the Sea!!”
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“And this isn’t damage?” I pressed the young campus security guard further. “Look, you’ve gotta do what you’ve gotta do for the cause,” he responded.
McGill University says it is going ahead with much of the latest offer it had made to the pro-Palestinian protesters camping on its downtown campus. But now, academic amnesty is off the table.

The student protesters rejected that offer last week and say they're staying put at the encampment that has been standing on the campus's lower field for nearly two months. There’s an R.Kelly joke/meme in here somewhere.
Nooooooo not the lawn!!!

Is the "terrorist compound" sponsored by IJV Canada?

We've heard from Canadian WASP journalists, what do the Pro-Palestinian Jews think?

 
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