What is a student supposed to do if a class requirement is to open a Twitter account, and tweet about “Islamophobia?” Not only this, but as a final project that student is to go to San Francisco and interview people of “color” about Pamela Gellar‘s American Freedom Defense Initiative anti-Sharia ads. That is what University of California Berkley Professor Hatem Bazian is forcing his students to do. There is no question that Islam has infiltrated U.S. universities in a most aggressive fashion. Universities are preaching vile anti-Semitic messages to students, and indoctrinating them into the jihadist mindset. Perhaps the worst of all is University of California Berkley Professor Hatem Bazian. His violent anti-Semitism and involvement with the PLO and Hamas, among other jihadist operations, are well known and documented. The fact that he is teaching at any university is outrageous, but with the Islamization of U.S. universities, Professor Hatem Bazian is a symptom of a nationwide epidemic. What he is forcing his students to do is unethical and slanderous. Islamic indoctrination is coming at warp speed, and students are being forced to submit to his agenda or fail.
Universities have always been places where professors espouse agendas on their students, but now, in 2014, campuses are becoming places of Islamic jihadist indoctrination. Americans were forewarned.
His initiative was derided as a “war on academic freedom.” One Islamist group labelled Pipes the “grandfather of Islamophobes”.
However, 12 years after Pipes first raised the flag of Islamist penetration of U.S. universities, it appears that Pipes, a scholar of Islam with a dozen books to his credit, was right to be concerned.
The Islamists came and they conquered. Today, Professor Hatem Bazian is forcing his students to do something that is highly unethical and obscene, to the alarm of many. Daniel Pipes proceeds to elaborate on what is going on at UC Berkely.
Two weeks ago, I received a panicked message from a student enrolled at the University of California, Berkeley.He wrote: “I’ve been told by one of my professors I will be required, as part of my grade, to start a Twitter account and tweet weekly on Islamophobia. I can’t help but feel this is unethical. This is his agenda not mine.”
The professor conducting this exercise was Hatem Bazian as part of a course titled, “Asian American Studies 132AC: Islamophobia”.
The student is right…
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