Since there are many pro-Palestinian students at UBC who are speaking out in defense of those who live in Gaza, Hillel decided to frame them by leaving "I Love Hamas" stickers deceitfully bearing the campus's "Social Justice Centre" (SJC) name all over campus.
After slapping up these "I Love Hamas" stickers and framing the UBC Social Justice Centre for them, Jewish Hillel members proceeded to complain about how they now feel "unsafe" on campus.
How can Jewish students ever feel safe on campus when they see student groups expressing love toward a genocidal terrorist organization dedicated to the slaughter of Jews worldwide?!
This has got to stop. pic.twitter.com/6lQcZerqyX
— Eli Kowaz (@elikowaz) November 18, 2023
In a statement, SJC denied all responsibility for the stickers, stating:
"We have never, and would never, promote or condone such messages – they do not reflect our values."
(Related: There is so much evidence coming out to suggest that the Hamas attack on Israel was a false flag – Israel Defense Forces [IDF] were told to stand down for seven hours before even attempting to defend Israeli civilians.)
Several members of Hillel at UBC reportedly cried fake "crocodile tears" while blaming SJC for the hoax. Now, Hillel has been exposed for having engaged in its own false flag, of sorts, which is ironic considering the false flag nature of the October 7 Hamas attack as told by Israel.
Hillel BC, as the group calls itself, was later condemned in a statement claiming that "an individual who was associated with the organization until earlier this week is responsible for the dangerous stickers that were posted on campus late last week.
"These stickers falsely framed the UBC SJC and have been widely shared on social media, causing reputational harm and extreme emotional distress to SJC members," the statement further reads.
"Muslim, migrant, and POC students have been subjected to threats of deportation and violence as a result of these stickers. The labour and emotional energy that this incident has demanded, and continues to demand, detracts from urgent important organizing work as Israel continues to commit genocide."
In a statement of its own responding to this, Hillel BC's other members denied knowing anything about the hate hoax, blaming the incident on an "independent contractor."
"The actions of this individual do not in any way reflect the values of Hillel which, upon learning of these events, has terminated its relationship with that contractor," the statement reads.
"Hillel BC is committed to presenting the facts and the truth about Israel and Jewish life on campus and the difficulties Jewish students are facing on campus today."
Hillel BC never revealed the name of this alleged "independent contractors" and refused to provide any further comment about the matter.
A similar incident occurred last month at The Cooper Union in New York when pro-Israel students lied about pro-Palestinian students supposedly terrorizing them. The NYPD later debunked that hoax, stating that at no point in time were any Jewish students at The Cooper Union ever in danger from a pro-Palestinian protest that was taking place at the time when that hate hoax occurred.
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