Reuters shares sob stories about pro-Hamas student protesters exposed by anti-Semitism watchdog

Reuters shared sob stories over the weekend from anti-Israel student protesters who have been outed by the anti-Semitism watchdog Canary Mission. Reuters, which itself was criticized by an anti-Semitism watchdog group in November over ties to at least one likely Hamas freelancer, concern-mongered over the efficacy of Canary Mission’s work Saturday, suggesting that it has exposed Hamas-anointed student radicals to undue “abuse,” “harassment,” and “attacks” online.

Reuters told the tale of how 20-year-old Egyptian-American student Layla Sayed found her way onto the watchdog’s radar. Although apparently long a supporter of Palestinian causes, Sayed indicated the Oct. 16 anti-Israel rally at the University of Pennsylvania was her first. It would later shock her to discover that some people might take issue to her chanting, “When people are occupied, resistance is justified” — an apparent rationalization for the unprovoked massacre of over 1,200 Israelis on Oct. 7 and for other attacks of that nature.

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