The protests on college campuses have become increasingly violent, showing their true colors of hate. It’s not really about being Pro-Palestinian or Pro-Hamas anymore, if it ever was. Now, they boldly call for the destruction of Israel, Jews… and America – the exact mantra of Radical Islamist terrorists. Even the Hamas founder’s son, Mosab Hassan Yousef, said they “need to go to a mental asylum” and calls them “useful idiots.” They have become ‘Domestic Terrorists’ and should be treated as such before their threats against Jews become more than pushing, shoving, holding them hostage… and turn into a Holocaust,” warns Carole Lieberman, M.D., M.P.H., known as America’s Psychiatrist and The Terrorist Therapist®. Since 9/11, she has been helping people cope with terrorism in America, London, Paris and more. She hosts a podcast called “The Terrorist Therapist Show,” and has written two books about terrorism, including her 5x award-winning book, Lions and Tigers and Terrorists, Oh My! How to Protect Your Child in a Time of Terror. (www.terroristtherapist.com)
Warn them they have stepped over the line: the 1st Amendment doesn’t protect hate speech, trespassing, vandalism, assault, violence, or hate crimes. Under current First Amendment jurisprudence, hate speech can be criminalized when it directly incites imminent criminal activity or consists of specific threats of violence targeted against a person or group.
1. Record surveillance video of everyone involved in protests: students, paid agitators, faculty, etc. Identify them and provide the list to police, potential employers and others who have the right to know.
 2. Suspend or expel any student who commits these acts, starting with the worst offenders. Report students here on visas to ICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement) to be deported.
3. Prevent anyone who isn’t a registered student to enter college grounds. Dismantle any encampments formed to further the ongoing protests.
4. Fire all college/university presidents who haven’t taken action to punish protesters or protect Jewish students. Fire all faculty who teach anti-Israel and antisemitic lessons. Disband all so-called Palestinian ‘clubs’.
5. Call all the parents of protesters to ask if they know where their children are and what they’re doing. Consider having parents of any violent students arrested. Ethan Crumbley’s parents have set a precedent.
6. Prevent known agitators or celebrities, like Ilhan Omar, from inflaming the protests and put George Soros in jail for financing terrorism.
7. Encourage donors to halt their donations. Strip schools of federal and state funding.
8. Make students take seminars on: history and teachings of terrorism-including what “from the river to the sea” really means, how terrorists are after global jihad and sharia law – not just destroying Israel and killing Jews; the Holocaust; history of the Middle East to dispel their claim that Gaza belongs to Palestinians.
9. Make them all watch the documentary “Screams Before Silence” – told by survivors of Oct. 7 and with Hamas videos as proof; Schindler’s List; The Diary of Anne Frank; and similar true stories of the Holocaust.
10. Call in the police or the National Guard to enforce these steps, if needed.
It comes as campus protests are taking place across the country. While the protests have the support of many Jewish college students, many others have said they feel intimidated and unsafe.
The Antisemitism Awareness Act could make it easier for concerned students to file civil rights complaints.
Read the Antisemitism Awareness Act (.pdf)
CBS New York spoke with Reps. Mike Lawler and Josh Gottheimer, two sponsors of the bipartisan bill.
“We need to be able to define antisemitism,” Lawler said.
The bill put forth by Republican Lawler and Democrat Gottheimer aims to do just that.
International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance defines antisemitism
The Antisemitism Awareness Act directs the Department of Education to use the definition promulgated by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance when enforcing federal anti-discrimination laws.
“Antisemitism is a certain perception of Jews which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews,” the definition says.
It goes on to define examples of antisemitism, and some of the heated rhetoric heard on college campuses lately would be included.
“When you hear ‘From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free,’ that is calling for the eradication of Jews and the state of Israel,” Lawler said.
“All of our colleges have a responsibility to protect against hate and discrimination. There’s a difference between speech which should be protected and harassment and violence and intimidation, like a death threat,” Gottheimer said.
Colleges that fail to protect Jewish students could face civil rights enforcement.
What about legitimate criticism of Israel?
Critics of the new legislation, including Rep. Jerry Nadler, of New York, say the bill sweeps too broadly and would chill constitutionally protected free speech, including legitimate criticism of Israel.
However, others say speech has limits and some of the rhetoric crosses the line into harassment.
Omer Granot-Lubaton, a graduate student at Columbia University, said, “A lot of people come to me, ‘Well, maybe they don’t understand what they’re saying.’ Those people are educated adults, going to the best institutions in the world. They should know what they say.”
The bill still needs to pass the Senate and be signed by President Joe Biden to become law.
It’s not clear if House Speaker Mike Johnson will bring other bills to a vote, including one to create a national antisemitism coordinator position in the White House
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