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Harvard 'Doxxing Truck' Targets Student Leaders' Homes

Harvard 'Doxxing Truck' Targets Student Leaders' Homes
Harvard University campus (Dreamstime)

By    |   Thursday, 26 October 2023 02:03 PM EDT

Wall Street CEOs have threatened to blackball the Harvard students belonging to the 34 groups that issued an anti-Israel letter after Hamas terrorists killed 1,400 Israelis in the October 7 attack.

Since Harvard President Claudine Gay has refused to reveal the names of the individual students belonging to the groups, watchdog organization Accuracy in Media is doing some of the blackballing for them, the New York Post reports.

Accuracy in Media is parking its “doxing truck” outside the homes of the leaders of the student groups that signed the controversial letter. Under the heading “Harvard’s Leading Antisemites,” giant LED screens show pictures of the students and display Accuracy in Media’s HarvardHatesJews.com website URL.

The Harvard students’ letter that ignited the outrage, issued by the Harvard Palestine Solidarity Groups, said Israel is “entirely responsible” for the Hamas attacks.

“We only focus on leaders of these organizations rather than members,” said Accuracy in Media President Adam Guillette.

Guillette’s aim is to inform “everyone in the community who the antisemites are among them.” Accuracy in Media is also asking Harvard’s Board of Trustees to “expel these students and kick their organizations off of campus immediately.”

On Wednesday, after the truck was parked in front of a Boston area home of one of the student leaders, the homeowner called the police, who said the watchdog wasn’t breaking any laws and, according to the activist, even told the homeowner “not to threaten the mobile billboard driver.”

Guillette plans to continue outing other leaders of the 34 student groups in their communities over the next few weeks, as well as to continue to maintain a presence on Harvard’s campus.

Any student who disavows themselves of the letter will be removed from Accuracy in Media’s target list, Guillette says.

In the meanwhile, however, “We’ve purchased domain names of most of the leaders and set up profile pages to educate the public on what they’ve done,” he says.

Furthermore, Accuracy in Media is planning to roll out geo-targeted ads “to phones, laptops and smart televisions of anyone who’s been on [Harvard’s] campus within the last 60 days,” Guillette says.

According to campus newspaper Harvard Crimson, five groups have withdrawn their endorsement of the anti-Israel statements: Amnesty International at Harvard, Harvard College Act on a Dream, the Harvard Undergraduate Nepali Student Association, the Harvard Islamic Society, and Harvard Undergraduate Ghungroo.

Danielle Mikaelian, a Harvard Law student who sits on the board of a group that co-signed the letter, said she resigned due to the “egregious” nature of the statement.

The student groups belonging to the Harvard Palestine Solidarity Groups that initially signed the letters are:

African American Resistance Organization, Bengali Association of Students at Harvard College, Harvard Act on a Dream, Harvard Arab Medical and Dental Student Association, Harvard Chan Muslim Student Association, Harvard Chan Students for Health Equity and Justice in Palestine, Harvard College Pakistan Student Association, Harvard Divinity School Muslim Association, Harvard Middle Eastern and North African Law Student Association, Harvard Graduate School of Education Islamic Society, Harvard Graduate Students for Palestine, Harvard Islamic Society, Harvard Law School Justice for Palestine, Harvard Divinity School Students for Justice in Palestine, Harvard Jews for Liberation, Harvard Kennedy School Bangladesh Caucus, Harvard Kennedy School Muslim Caucus, Harvard Kennedy School Muslim Women’s Caucus, Harvard Kennedy School Palestine Caucus, Harvard Muslim Law School Association, Harvard Pakistan Forum, Harvard Prison Divest Coalition, Harvard South Asian Law Students Association, Harvard South Asians for Forward-Thinking Advocacy and Research, Harvard TPS Coalition, Harvard Undergraduate Arab Women’s Collective, Harvard Undergraduate Ghungroo, Harvard Undergraduate Muslim Women’s Medical Alliance, Harvard Undergraduate Nepali Students Association, Harvard Undergraduate Palestine Solidarity Committee, Middle East and North African Graduate School of Design Student Society, Neighbor Program Cambridge, Sikhs and Companions of Harvard Undergraduates, and Society of Arab Students.

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Wall Street CEOs have threatened to blackball the Harvard students belonging to the 34 groups that issued an anti-Israel letter after Hamas terrorists killed 1,400 Israelis in the October 7 attack. An activist group is now doing their work for them.
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Thursday, 26 October 2023 02:03 PM
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