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ANTISEMITISM IN TECH: Google Employees Occupy CEO's Office with Anti-Israel Demands, Get Arrested [WATCH]

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.17.24

According to a report from The Daily Wire, Google employees occupied the California office of Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian for more than eight hours on Tuesday demanding the company cease doing all business with Israel.

Google has a $1.2 billion contract with the Israeli government for something called Project Nimbus, a cloud-computing project.

Before the police were forced to arrest the protesters, a man offered them the option to leave voluntarily.

“It’s getting kinda late,” the man says in the clip. “I wanted to ask you, you know, to cooperate, you’ve been placed on admin leave and we’d like to see if you’d just voluntarily [leave] it’s been a while. Can you do that for us?”

After their refusal to leave, the man calls law enforcement.

The event was streamed on Twitch.

Watch the clip below:

From The Daily Wire:

The protests were announced in internal emails to employees that shared a list of demands, including that Google drop its $1.2 billion contract with Israel for Project Nimbus, a cloud-computing project of the Israeli government.

Demands also include that Google cease all “business with the Israeli apartheid government and military,” stop the “harassment, intimidation, bullying, and silencing,” of Palestinian and Muslim employees, and address the “health and safety crisis” among workers who are rattled over their labor being used to “enable a genocide.”

Organized by No Tech for Apartheid, the protesters claim they will remain in the office until Google drops Project Nimbus and heeds the other demands.

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