A few months ago, someone placed flyers around New York city, highlighting the "sketchy alliance" between Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP), and American Muslims for Palestine (AMP). The flyers were also left at the homes of JVP Executive Director Rebecca Vilkomerson, and AMP Chairman Hatem Bazian (for the record, I had nothing to do with it, despite the libellous claim of Electronic Intifada "reporter" Charlotte Silver).
At the time, I detailed Hatem Bazian's antisemitism, terror support, and terror associations.
Now anonymous group Canary Mission has come out with a new video showing footage of the aptly named Hatem in action.
In a response to the video, Hatem focused on the fact that Canary Mission is anonymous, and denied he is the most dangerous professor in America – but couldn't actually deny what is shown in the footage!
In response to request for comment, Bazian wrote to The Algemeiner: "[C]ould you tell me exactly who is behind the Canary Mission — an anonymous hate site that seeks to smear Muslim activists... What is the name of the person at Canary Mission making this allegation and what is their academic standing to assess who is or is not the most dangerous professor in America?"
Bazian did not respond to questions about his calls for an "intifada" or the methodology behind his list of those "behind Islamophobia."
Note how he calls Canary Mission a hate site – all they do is expose the antisemitism and terror support of haters. This is the same tactic employed by Linda Sarsour to try silence opponents of her very real, hateful statements.
In the meantime, a quick look at Bazian's Twitter timeline just reaffirms his antisemitism and support of terrorism.
For example, he retweets Shehab News Agency, a Hamas propaganda outlet.
This tweet reveals he spoke at the recent Palestine Expo hatefest. Note the topic.
And this retweet tries to implicate Jews escaping Nazi Germany with their lives with the Nazis.
This is a man entrusted with educating young Americans. G-d help them, and G-d help all of us.