(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) A lot of leftist Harvard University students backtracked their support of the infamous anti-Semitic letter after they realized that actions have consequences, especially if one sides with terrorists who murder soldiers, rape women and behead babies only because they are Jewish.
On Tuesday, 17 Harvard groups joined around 500 faculty and staff and 3,000 others in signing a counter-statement attacking the other groups’ letter as “completely wrong and deeply offensive,” the Harvard Crimson reported.
Among the individuals and student organizations that backtracked their support of Hamas were law students Danielle Mikaelian and Mohini Tangri, Harvard Ghungroo, the Harvard Undergraduate Nepali Student Association and Harvard College Act on a Dream.
I’m a @Harvard_Law student. So I know many members had no say in whether their orgs signed either letter. Many weren’t even notified that their orgs were considering doing so. No need for this level of harassment. https://t.co/m0VkTmAUvk
— Mohini Tangri (@MohiniTangri) October 11, 2023
However, it seems that all of these students released their additional statements only after billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman called for Harvard to release the names of the students in these groups so that they wouldn’t be hired by Wall Street.
“If, in fact, their members support the letter they have released, the names of the signatories should be made public so their views are publicly known,” he wrote.
I have been asked by a number of CEOs if @harvard would release a list of the members of each of the Harvard organizations that have issued the letter assigning sole responsibility for Hamas’ heinous acts to Israel, so as to insure that none of us inadvertently hire any of their… https://t.co/7kzGOAGwp9
— Bill Ackman (@BillAckman) October 10, 2023