Antisemitism on Campus

SQUAD JUNIOR: Ilhan Omar's Daughter Suspended for Pro-Palestinian Protests; Report

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.18.24

According to a New York Post report, the daughter of squad Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has been suspended from Barnard College over her involvement in pro-Palestinian protests at Columbia University in NYC.

“I’m an organizer with CU Apartheid Divest @ColumbiaSJP, in my 3 years at @BarnardCollege I have never been reprimanded or received any disciplinary warnings,” the 21-year-old wrote on X.

“I just received notice that I am 1 of 3 students suspended for standing in solidarity with Palestinians facing a genocide.”

“Hirsi and the two other students – identified as Maryam Iqbal and Soph Dinu — received notice of their suspension from Barnard Dean, Leslie Grinage, first thing Thursday morning, the Apartheid Divest said in a statement,” The Post reported.

“This decision is based on information received from Columbia University Public Safety that you have been involved in an unauthorized encampment on the Columbia University campus and you have not ceased participation in this unauthorized encampment despite repeated requests from Barnard and Columbia on April 17, 2024 that you do so,” the dean’s email read, according to the student group.

Hirsi stressed in a follow-up post on X that she would not be intimidated.

“We will stand resolute until our demands are met. Our demands include divestment from companies complicit in genocide, transparency of @Columbia’s investments and FULL amnesty for all students facing repression,” she wrote.

This story is developing…

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