“Everytime I read about Hitler, I fall in love all over again” and “Hitler should have took you all” are among scores of offensive comments flooding the social media pages of current and former students at McMaster U, Canada.
The Canary Mission December 2017 McMaster Report identifies 39 current and former students who posted over 280 bigoted comments on social media.
The list of outrageous comments include:
- “Death to America and white people” — Nadera Masad
- “How long does it take a zionist woman to take out the trash?…………Nine months.” — Nadera Masad
- “I honestly wish I was born at the time of the second world war just to see the genius, Hitler, at work.” — Rawan Qaddoura
- “falastine ibladna wel ya7ood eklabna [palestine is our land and the jews are our dogs].” — Walid Abdulaziz
- “Where is hitler when u need one?’ I literally ask this every day.” — Esra Bengizi
- “I’m actually going to the rule the world and get rid of anyone who doesn’t have basic common sense or if you’re yahoodi [Jewish]” — Esra Bengizi
Yesterday the Algemeiner ran an article on the report. The response has been rapid, with McMaster students, Mac SPHR and individuals profiled in the report all addressing the concerning revelations.
The anti-Zionist Mac SPHR released a statement on their Facebook page that condemned the anti-Semitic comments posted by the numerous members and officers within their organization.
However the response was not all positive.
“The only good Zionist is a dead Zionist. Add that to my profile.”
This was the shockingly unrepentant tweet sent out by Nadera Masad within a day of being exposed for promoting violence against Jews and praising Hitler. Since over 6.4 million Jews currently reside in Israel, her statement is nothing short of a call for a genocide — in greater number than even her hero Hitler.
The Canary Mission McMaster exposé is the latest in a series of scandals to have hit SJP and its leader Hatem Bazian. They have been exposed so often for bigotry and racism that SJP is no longer seen as a serious player by university administrations or even former members.
To view the full campaign go to CanaryMission.org/McMaster.