BREAKING: Faculty, students and alum at University of Washington rally in support of Hamas terror group

The flyer advertising the event featured one of the parachute gliders Hamas terrorists used to invade Israel.

On Thursday, an official student club at the University of Washington held a rally in support of Hamas terrorists that committed atrocities against Israeli civilians including children and babies.

The flyer advertising the Students United for Palestinian Equality and Return (SUPER) event featured a graphic of one of the parachute gliders Hamas terrorists used to invade the Jewish state, massacring over 1,000 Israelis and injuring thousands more.


The crowd chanted "no peace on stolen land," and "there is only one solution, intifada revolution" while flying Palestinian flags. 

Skirmishes broke out between the pro-Hamas agitators and those advocating for Israel's right to exist. "Folks were calling each other terrorists, killers, rapists, cowards, and all kinds of homophobic slurs. Freedom of speech on full display in the middle of Red Square.


Jewish students at the University of Washington were seen crying, saying "they want our people dead, they want us killed."

"How are you allowing this?" she asked. "Please end this, please."

The glider graphic on the flyer was next to a picture of a sign held by a protestor that read, “Resistance is our right” among other signs that read “Free Palestine.”

The event was co-sponsored by multiple antisemitic and anti-Israel groups and the Party for Socialism and Liberation Seattle.

The event was one of many across the US for the “National Day of Resistance” to demonstrate “solidarity” with Gaza terrorists which included various activist groups such as Black Lives Matter.

The Synagogue Security Council of North America sent out an alert warning of the events on Monday.

When reached for comment about the rally for terrorists, UW Spokesperson Victor Balta told The Post Millennial on behalf of UW President Ana Cauce, “As a public institution that abides by the First Amendment, the UW neither monitors nor takes any actions against individuals or student organizations for engaging in protected speech.”

However, Cauce has a track record of attempting to prevent speech she disagrees with, leaving many to wonder if she agreed with the messaging of the rally.

In 2019, the UW College Republicans held a bake sale to demonstrate racism from affirmative action by charging different prices based on ethnicity and gender. In response, Cauce released a statement condemning the event and despite claiming the university needed “reasoned debate on affirmative action,” Cauce added, “the so-called ‘affirmative action’ bake sale the UW College Republicans are hosting today has no place in such a debate.”

She also said the event “humiliates and dehumanizes others.”

Cauce has a track record of attempting to silence the club. UW was forced to settle a lawsuit after billing the club for security fees for a 2018 event outside the realm of affordability for most student clubs in an attempt to prevent an event with the conservative group Patriot Prayer from happening on campus.

The SUPER event was announced the same day the world learned that UW graduate student Hayim Katsman was murdered by Hamas terrorists in Kibbutz Holit during the invasion of the Jewish state on Saturday.

Katsman's research focused on the "interrelations of religion and politics in the Middle East, focusing on Israel/Palestine," according to his bio on the UW website.

Cauce wrote of Katsman, “Here at the UW, he dedicated his scholarship to understanding the interrelations of religion and politics in Israel and Palestine — a vital contribution to understanding this region in the hopes of finding reconciliation,” and yet she still allowed the event demonizing the Jewish state to proceed.

She also claimed “Any instances of harassment, discrimination or violence based on someone’s religion or nationality only hinders efforts to achieve peace in this region and beyond and will not be tolerated here”.

In her statement regarding the rally supporting terrorists, Cauce’s spokesperson stated, “We condemn any messages or images that celebrate violence, and President Cauce called the Hamas attacks that have killed hundreds, including a UW graduate, "reprehensible." 

Cauce’s statement ignored the posts on SUPER’s Facebook and Instagram pages which praised Hamas terrorists for their “largest operation against the occupier since the last October War fifty years prior.”

UW registered student organizations (RSOs) are “granted access to some resources and benefits, including reduced facility fees for venue rentals, 2-hour free meeting space for weekly club meetings, ability to apply for funding grants available through the Student Activities Office and access to the Resource Center.”

According to Cauce’s office, SUPER is a registered student organization and is in the process of re-registering for the 2023-24 academic year. However, most of the info required for an RSO is missing from the listing of RSOs on the UW website

The "National Day of Resistance" is the first of two events that has Jewish communities across the US beefing up security.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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