Seattle teacher who failed student on quiz for saying men can't get pregnant revealed to have criminal record for assault

Ian Golash has had multiple arrests in Oregon, including for assault and criminal harassment.

Ari Hoffman Seattle WA
Anti-cop Seattle Public Schools history teacher, chair of the school’s social studies department, who was revealed to have displayed images of terrorists in his classroom and claimed that “Hamas didn't behead anyone. Hamas didn't rape anyone,” on October 7 also has a criminal record.

The Post Millennial editor-at-large Andy Ngo revealed Ian Peter Golash, who previously gave a student at Chief Sealth International High School a failing grade after the pupil said that only women can conceive a child and that only men have penises, has had multiple arrests in Oregon, including for assault, violating parole and criminal harassment.

According to Ngo, Golash was convicted of the latter charge.

Golash also has a charge of trespassing and harassment in Washington.

On Wednesday, the school’s principal Ray Garcia Morales sent an email to parents stating that there have been many "inquiries related to content that may have been covered in one of our classes" and that they were “looking into the situation.”

The content wasn't specified but there have been multiple inquiries regarding Golash after his support of Hamas was revealed as well as his endorsement of Antifa and the "abolish the police" movement on social media.

Golash has posters glorifying terrorists on the walls outside his classroom and claimed that Hamas didn't commit atrocities in the terror attacks and that Israel murdered their own people.

Golash is also one of the plaintiffs in a BLM lawsuit against Seattle, King County, the state, and a black driver who hit and killed their comrade who tried to shut down a freeway in 2020.

During the 2020 unrest in Seattle following the death of George Floyd, Golash led student protesters into the King County Jail and attempted to block news cameras.

Since the revelations, Golash has protected his tweets, scrubbed his Facebook account, and locked down his Instagram.

It also appears as if he is being scrubbed from the Seattle Public Schools website.

Ian Golash teaches “Ethnic Studies World History” to 10th graders at Chief Sealth International High, is chair of the social studies department, and the school's representative for the Seattle Education Association teachers' union which recently passed a pro-Hamas resolution.

After the Oct 7 massacre of Israelis, during which Hamas terrorists raped, tortured, and murdered over 1,200 and took captive over 200 more, Golash wrote on Facebook, “This is what I understand. Correct me if I'm wrong... With evidence, please...On October 7-9...Hamas didn't behead anyone. Hamas didn't rape anyone.”

“The bodies found charred beyond recognition were made that way either by Israeli tanks, missiles or helicopter gunships... Hamas soldiers were not carrying weapons that could do that kind of damage to human bodies…” Golash said.

“A body looks very different once it's been vaporized by a Hellfire missile or an explosive tank round as opposed to being set on fire with, say gasoline, for example," Golash claimed, but did not provide any proof for his theories.

The Seattle Public School teacher also claimed that Israel “…chose to obliterate Israeli civilians, including at least one child, in their efforts to kill Hamas militants.”

He concluded, “I'm just trying to get it straight for myself... I don't know how into the weeds y'all are on this... also, f*ck Hamas, f*ck Israel, I'm a communist.”

Golash also praised the mass murderer and head of the terrorist group the Palestinian Liberation Organization Yasser Arafat.
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