Catholic League: Pro-Hamas Protesters Are Like ‘Cowardly’ Ku Klux Klan

Pro-Palestinian demonstrators gather for a protest at Columbia University, Thursday, Oct.
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Catholic League President Bill Donohue ridiculed the “cowardly” pro-Hamas demonstrators on America’s university campuses for their spineless approach to revolutionary protest.

Instead of willingness to die for their cause, the spoiled pro-Hamas snowflakes display no capacity for sacrifice and hide their faces in shame, object to being arrested, and demand “chicken nuggets and applesauce” when barricaded inside school buildings, Dr. Donohue notes in his biting essay, titled “Meet Our Bratty Revolutionaries.”

The protesters brandish swastika-bearing signs and boldly call for a “Final Solution” and an “Intifada Revolution” while they shout, “We Are Hamas,” but the timorous demonstrators “hide under blankets when speaking to the press” then demand amnesty after engaging in revolutionary protests, Donohue adds.

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Oddly, the pro-Hamas protesters “have much in common with the Ku Klux Klan,” he observes, since “both hate Jews and both wear masks while demonstrating.”

States like New York eventually passed laws banning protesters like the KKK from wearing masks, but police are no longer allowed to enforce it, he writes, “much to the applause of the Jew-haters.”

Mask-wearing seems to be a constant among effete rebels, Donohue remarks, as observed with Occupy Wall Street “thugs” as well as Antifa terrorists; and now, the pro-Hamas “crazies” at the University of Michigan are being given masks upon entry to be able to conceal their identities.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - APRIL 29: Students/demonstrators lock arms to guard potential authorities against reaching fellow protestors who barricaded themselves inside Hamilton Hall, an academic building which has been occupied in past student movements,, and name it after a Palestinian child allegedly killed by the Israeli military on Tuesday, April 30, 2024 in New York City. Pro-Palestinian demonstrators marched around the "Gaza Solidarity Encampment" at Columbia University as a 2 P.M. deadline to clear the encampment given to students by the university passed. The students were given a suspension warning if they do not meet the deadline. Columbia students were the first to erect an encampment in support of Palestine, with students demanding that the school divest from Israel amid the Israel-Hamas war, where more than 34,000 Palestinians have been killed in the Gaza Strip. (Photo by Alex Kent/Getty Images)

Students/demonstrators lock arms to guard fellow protestors who barricaded themselves inside Hamilton Hall at Columbia University on April 30, 2024, in New York City. (Alex Kent/Getty Images)

Crusaders from Black Lives Matter, Antifa, and the pro-Hamas sect “want to promote violence without being subjected to it,” Donohue writes, a practice that is definitely “not manly.”

Whereas real revolutionaries “know they have to have some skin in the game,” today’s brand of rebels can not be taken seriously because “they are more worried about having an arrest record and how it may hurt their career than in making the ultimate sacrifice,” he adds.

They certainly do not want to give up their Apple phones and computers, despite the fact that Israel “has been making them since 1985,” he quips.


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