Pro-Hamas Terror Lovers at GWU Call For Beheading of School Administrators

In a disturbing development at George Washington University (GWU) in Washington, D.C., pro-Hamas terror lovers participating in an anti-Israel encampment have reportedly called for the beheading of school administrators.

The shocking threats, captured in a resurfaced video posted on social media, demonstrate the escalating violence and extremism of the protesters.

According to The National Desk (TND), demonstrators chanted, “Guillotine, Guillotine, Guillotine, Guillotine,” targeting GW President Ellen Granberg and other administrators.

Disturbingly, some protesters singled out Christopher Alan Bracey, GWU’s African American provost, with one shouting, “Bracey, Bracey we see you, you assault students too,” and another declaring, “To the guillotine, off to the motherf\*\*\*\*\*\* gallows with you too.”

The encampment’s leaders took their threats a step further by holding a mock court hearing to decide the fate of the administrators.

In a recorded Instagram Live video from May 3, the agitators rendered fake verdicts calling for the beheading of GWU’s board of trustees and the school’s president.

These violent threats and the chaos caused by the protesters throughout the night have no place in a civilized society.

It is time for law enforcement to take decisive action to break up these demonstrations and restore order on campus.

The individuals issuing these threats must be held accountable and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

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Such behavior cannot be tolerated, and it is crucial that authorities send a clear message that violence and intimidation will not be permitted.

As of Wednesday morning, DC police had arrested at least 35 people at GWU.

Mayor Muriel Bowser and police chief Pamela Smith are expected to testify before the House Oversight Committee to address the anti-Israel demonstration and potential safety concerns on campus.

Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, has criticized D.C. leadership for not responding promptly to the university’s request for assistance in dealing with the increasingly combative protests.

The encampment, now in its 14th day, has seen protesters erecting tents, displaying Palestinian flags, and defacing a statue of George Washington with Palestinian iconography.

They also erected an American flag with the words “Genocide Joe,” featuring a photo of President Biden.

It is imperative that local leaders take swift and effective measures to ensure the safety of students, faculty, and staff at GWU.

The hearing on “Oversight of D.C.’s Response to Unlawful Activity and Antisemitism” will be an opportunity for officials to outline the steps being taken to address this alarming situation and prevent further escalation.

The threats of violence and the extremist behavior exhibited by the protesters at GWU cannot be allowed to continue unchecked.

It is time for authorities to act decisively, break up the encampment, and hold those responsible for issuing these threats accountable to the fullest extent of the law.

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Only by taking a firm stance against such unlawful and dangerous activities can we ensure the safety and security of our educational institutions and the communities they serve.