The deep pride devout Muslims take in their hatred and blood-lust is eerily similar to the fervor of adherents of the Third Reich.
In a a rational age, this bloody seditionist would be thrown out of the country. But in the Islamic state of the UK, she’ll just as easily get elected Mayor of London on this platform.
EXETER University has launched a fresh probe into allegations of antisemitism after a Palestinian student tweeted she was PROUD to be called a terrorist.
Malaka Shwaikh prompted a probe over her remarks on being proud to be a terrorist
The Student’s Guild at the University of Exeter is investigating statements made by Malaka Shwaikh – who was recently elected as its vice-president representing post-graduates.
Miss Shwaikh, 25, has sparked controversy after she previously tweeted Zionism ideology is “no different to that of Hitler’s” and “Hitler did his deed and the Palestinians had to pay for it”.
Several days after her election, Miss Schwaik’s Twitter account was no longer available.
But the Jewish News has now published an image of a further tweet from her which read: “If terrorism means protecting and defending my land, I am so proud to be called terrorist.
“What an honour for the Palestinians!”Her comments follow an investigation at the same university just two weeks ago after a swastika and racist slogan were scrawled in student hall.And in September students were seen wearing T-shirts with racist and anti-Semitic slogans at a sports club social event.There is no suggestion Ms Shwaikh is connected to the incidents or has endorsed them.
Exeter University said antisemitism was not tolerated and the students’ guild has launched an immediate investigation into the reports.
Charity Campaign Against Antisemitism claimed that she tweeted antisemetic views
The Campaign Against Antisemitism Twitter account also posted a video of Miss Shwaikh making a speech at a March Against Facism on the university campus.In the video, she says she is a Palestinian and had lost 66 members of her family in 2014 in one day from Israeli Army action. She said:
You are dealing with a woman who will never, ever feel weak in front of Islamophobic attacks. I will resist. We will resist. I will continue the fight for freedom, justice, equality of my people in Palestine.
The university’s vice-chancellor Sir Steve Smith issued a statement saying acts of anti-Semitism would not be tolerated.
He said the university was committed to eradicating any form of discrimination or harassment.
A spokesman for the university said: “Exeter University has an unwavering commitment to tolerance, respect and inclusivity.
These qualities are at the very heart of who we are and what we both expect and demand of everyone associated with Exeter.
“Our staff and students work tirelessly to ensure everyone feels welcomed, encouraged, supported and embraced, no matter their background, religion or nationality.”Anti-semitism is not tolerated. Even one incident of discrimination, racism, or harassment is one too many.”The Students’ Guild, Exeter University’s student representative body, is responsible for the election of student representatives. It has launched a thorough investigation.” The guild added: “We are committed to exploring the allegations of anti-Semitism with a thorough investigation.”
Guild president Toby Gladwin added in a further statement the body was a passionate opponent of antisemitism and he was horrified by recent reports.