Students for Justice in Palestine Normalizes Hatred

Three terrorists are shot and killed after fatally stabbing a police officer. A student activist group echoes social media accounts calling their deaths an “execution.”

This warped reaction can only involve Israel and those bent on its destruction.

In this case, three Palestinians attacked and killed Israeli border police officer Hadas Malka outside Jerusalem’s Damascus Gate before being killed by other officers nearby. Student’s for Justice in Palestine (SJP) expressed its displeasure by sharing a Facebook post that states, “Three Palestinian teens were executed this evening by Zionist occupation forces at the Damascus Gate in occupied Jerusalem…”

ISIS claimed responsibility for Malka’s murder. Hamas praised the attack, the Jerusalem Post reported, “but disputed Islamic State’s claim, stating that the perpetrators were affiliated with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.”

Terrorist organizations therefore are competing for credit in killing a 23-year-old woman. SJP could have condemned her death, or it could have stayed silent. Instead, it turned the attack into an opportunity to accuse Israel of wrongdoing.

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