Google appears to have swiftly censored a list of students named as supporters of Hamas this week after the Palestinian terror group launched the deadliest attack on Jewish civilians since the Holocaust.
Users who try to access the “College Terror List” posted on a Google site are taken to a 404 error page less than 12 hours after the page was posted.
Aaaand google censored it https://t.co/N9VT3JoW21— Max Meyer (@mualphaxi) October 11, 2023
The conservative website Townhall published a story on Tuesday documenting students at Harvard University who blamed Israel for the weekend attacks that killed hundreds of civilians.
“In the wake of Hamas’ brutal surprise attack against Israel, 34 Harvard student organizations recently signed a joint statement blaming Israel for the attack and expressing support for Palestine,” Townhall reported.
Students at other “elite” schools, such as Columbia University and Northwestern, made similar statements in solidarity with Hamas.
“The weight of responsibility for the war and casualties undeniably lies with the Israeli extremist government and other Western governments,” read a joint statement from Palestinian solidarity groups at Columbia.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman published a post on X Tuesday asking Harvard to release the names of members of organizations that signed letters attacking Israel.
“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 members,” Ackman wrote. “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.”
“One should not be able to hide behind a corporate shield when issuing statements supporting the actions of terrorists, who, we now learn, have beheaded babies, among other inconceivably despicable acts,” Ackman added.
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
As of Wednesday, the Israeli death toll in the five-day conflict rose to 1,200.
The explosion of Middle East turmoil threw Democrats in disarray this weekend as far-left lawmakers resisted calls to condemn terrorism by Hamas. Only one out of the six U.S. House members associated with the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) condemned a statement from the DSA defending the killing spree.
“For the DSA to be supportive of a terrorist organization and such a barbaric terrorist attack is just unbelievable, and I want no part of that,” Michigan Rep. Shri Thanedar told The Federalist. “I am not very proud of the DSA at this time as a member of that organization.”
Thanedar’s Michigan colleague, Rashida Tlaib, who is also a member of the DSA in Congress, refused to comment on Hamas terrorists decapitating babies.
In a statement Sunday, Tlaib demanded Israel stand down and pushed the false narrative that Hamas’ unprovoked attack is just part of a cycle of violence.
“I grieve the Palestinian and Israeli lives lost yesterday, today, and every day. I am determined as ever to fight for a just future where everyone can live in peace, without fear and with true freedom, equal rights, and human dignity,” Tlaib said. “The path to that future must include lifting the blockade, ending the occupation, and dismantling the apartheid system that creates the suffocating, dehumanizing conditions that can lead to resistance.”
Google did not immediately respond to The Federalist’s inquiries.