Nationwide Campus Unrest Strategy Gets Leaked

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( – According to a strategy document for the National Students for Justice in Palestine (NSJP), the largest pro-Palestinian college group in the U.S. had called for a “unity intifada” to take place on October 8, a day after Hamas attacked Israel.

The NSJP used the strategy document to mobilize its network of agitators across U.S. campuses to enact a “national day of resistance” in an effort to “normalize” terrorism directed toward Israel.¬†

The NSJP’s campus playbook reveals details about the group’s operations, showing that it had prior knowledge about the conflict in the Middle East and planned to unleash its aggressive followers on U.S. campuses to coincide with that conflict.

In its strategy document, the NSJP declares that its “National liberation is near” and glorifies its “resistance… martyrs” and “steadfast people,” and goes on to give instructions about how to carry out the protests on October 8 and “troubleshoot any support needed.”

According to reporting by the Washington Free Beacon, the group also held workshops on “how to organize protests” in the run-up to the October 8 event, encouraging organizers to schedule disruptive events on campuses.

Knowledge of the strategy document became apparent last week when Israeli victims of a Hamas terror attack cited it as evidence in a landmark court case.

The case suggests the NSJP, a subsidiary of the American Muslims for Palestine (AMP), had allegedly been providing material support to Hamas with its campus protests.

The lawsuit describes how the day after the Hamas attack on Israel, the AMP and NSJP were ready to respond to Hamas’ calls “for mass mobilization” by sharing a manifesto that appears to have been created before the October 7 attack.

The court case and manifesto have drawn interest from Congress, with House Majority Whip Republican Tom Emmer (Minnesota) revealing to news outlets that the manifesto illustrated that campus protestors considered themselves “the movement” rather than simply being in solidarity with Hamas.

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