At least three American law schools currently have recommendations on their websites for their students to join organizations that have been formally designated as terrorist groups.
According to the Daily Caller, both the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and Georgetown Law Center are promoting the group Al-Haq as a possible place of employment for future graduates. Al-Haq has been designated by Israel as a terrorist group.
Al-Haq is also being promoted by the Northeastern University School of Law, alongside another Israel-designated terrorist group known as Addameer.
Al-Haq and Addameer are listed on the respective schools’ websites alongside other potential employment destinations located in the United States, such as the far-left American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
This discovery reflects a broader trend of anti-Semitism on American college campuses, which has come under greater scrutiny in the last few weeks following a massive invasion and widespread terrorist attacks against Israel by the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas.
While the anti-Semitism of such movements as the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement has festered and grown within universities in particular, the last two weeks have seen an explosion of far-left, anti-Semitic protests by college students across the country in support of the Palestinian terrorists. On Wednesday, a mob of pro-Palestinian rioters stormed the Cannon Office Building in the U.S. Capitol complex, assaulting several Capitol Police officers.