U.S. students donate ‘to wipe Israel off map’
Satirical filmmaker Ami Horowitz recently visited Oregon’s Portland State University to find out just how far students there were willing to go to fund anti-Israel activity.
The Pacific Northwest is a hotspot for the BDS movement in America, which advocates for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctioning of Israeli products.
Posing as a representative for the fake organization “American Friends for Hamas,” Horowitz introduced himself and went about soliciting donations from students “to fund operations against Israel” and advocating for the bombing of “soft targets” like schools, hospitals and cafes, with the ultimate goal of “wiping Israel off the map.”
“We’re not your father’s terrorist organization, we’re kind of rebuilt and re-branded,” Horowitz tells students as they shake his hand and dig into their pockets for Hamas. “It’s BDS at the next level. There’s BDS and we’re like, BDS plus.”
At one point in the video, Horowitz described suicide bombers as the “poor man’s F-16,” and told students hitting civilian targets is “the only way to fight back, really.”
Several students made pledges of between $10 and $20 to the fake group. Horowitz raised hundreds of dollars in about an hour.
“I’ve been learning in this last school year about everything that’s going on over there, so I like the sound of what you’re doing,” said one student.
“I’m totally against the Israeli genocide,” said another.
One woman agreed to donate $27 because that’s the amount she gave to Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign.
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