Hatem "Hate 'em" Bazian is "a co-founder and Professor of Islamic Law and Theology at Zaytuna College, the 1st Accredited Muslim Liberal Arts College in the United States. In addition, Prof. Bazian is a lecturer in the Departments of Near Eastern and Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies at the University of California, Berkeley." Researching and documenting "Islamophobia" doesn't mean that Bazian keeps track of louts harassing innocent Muslims. No, Bazian is essentially a professor of Sharia Enforcement: he uses the smear propaganda term "Islamophobia" to stigmatize those who dare to note how Islamic jihadis use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and make recruits among peaceful Muslims. Anyone who notices that the jihadis' motivating ideology is Islamic to the core has already been or soon will be added to Bazian's list of "Islamophobes"; the objective is to make everyone too frightened of this stigmatization to speak out, so that no will will dare utter a word and the jihad can advance unopposed and unimpeded.
This makes Bazian a Professor of Jihad. Bazian is a Professor of Jihad in other ways as well: he is head of a group with multiple ties to the jihad terror group Hamas, and he has openly called for an intifada, a violent uprising, not in Israel only, but in the United States as well. Note also his promotion of thuggery against supporters of Israel: "We need to harass them."
In a sane society, Hatem Bazian would at very least be under investigation for ties to jihad terror activity, and would be a prime candidate for deportation. Instead, he is a respected professor at a prestigious university. He is thus the prime example in the entire country of how our academic institutions have lost their way, deserve no public funding, and are in radical need of reform.
"Tlaib ally runs organization accused of promoting anti-Semitism," by Houston Keene, Fox News, June 2, 2021:
An ally to Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., runs an organization that the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) says has "provided a platform for anti-Semitism."
University of California at Berkeley instructor Hatem Bazian is a Tlaib ally and donor who is also a co-founder and professor at Muslim liberal arts school Zaytuna College. In 2006, Bazian founded a controversial, advocacy organization named American Muslims for Palestine (AMP), which has featured Tlaib at events.
Tlaib was the "guest of honor" at AMP's annual convention in December 2019 and months earlier in July delivered a briefing organized by AMP to over 70 people. The Michigan Democrat also addressed AMP's Palestine Advocacy Day delegates in April of 2019.
Three years earlier in October 2016, Tlaib was a headliner for the Islamic Scholarship Fund that also included controversial activist Linda Sarsour – who left the board of the Women's March in September 2019 over accusations of anti-Semitic rhetoric – when Bazian was on the board of the organization.
AMP has been described by the left-leaning ADL as an organization that "promotes extreme anti-Israel views and has at times provided a platform for anti-Semitism under the guise of educating Americans about 'the just cause of Palestine and the rights of self-determination.'"
Bazian also donated $500 to Tlaib's campaign in March and gave another $500 in 2019. In addition to Tlaib, Bazian has also donated to Reps. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., and Barbara Lee, D-Calif.
After donating to Tlaib's campaign, Bazian called on his Facebook friends to do the same, sharing a link to the Michigan congresswoman's campaign website.
In March of 2013, AMP put up a billboard accusing Israel of engaging in "apartheid" against Palestinians. Both Tlaib and Omar were featured as speakers for a virtual AMP event in November 2020, and both congresswomen attended the same pro-Palestine conference as Bazian.
AMP Twitter has paid tribute to controversial figures, including Zahra Billoo, the former Women's March board member who was kicked off the organization's board for anti-Semitic tweets.
Billoo was kicked off the Women's March board after previous posts deemed to be anti-Semitic resurfaced online. Billoo called Israel an "apartheid, racist state" that "engages in terrorism against Palestinians" in 2018 and tweeted in 2012 that U.S. troops are "engaged in terrorism."
Tlaib also referred to Billoo as "sis" on Twitter while pushing the Free Palestine movement....