Truck Circles Harvard Campus Revealing Names Of Students Who Signed Pro-Palestine Letter

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A truck displaying the names and photos of Harvard students who allegedly signed a letter blaming Israel for a violent Hamas terrorist attack on the country drove around the campus on Wednesday, according to the New York Post.

Multiple student groups endorsed an open letter on Sunday that blamed “Israeli colonial occupation” for the terrorist attacks committed by Hamas on Saturday, which killed over 1,200 people. Accuracy in Media (AIM), a nonprofit watchdog, drove a truck featuring the names and photos of the students, beginning the first of a multi-day campaign that involves other tactics, according to the Post. (RELATED: Progressive Student Group Launches ‘Week Of Action’ In Support Of Palestinians)

“It’s incredibly important to know who the hateful antisemites are in our society. And it’s important for people to know that their actions have consequences,” AIM President Adam Guillette told the Post.

CAMBRIDGE, MA – NOVEMBER 16: A Harvard University police officer blocks off access to the Harvard Yard in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images)

The truck has video screens on the sides that read “Harvard’s Leading Antisemites,” according to pictures on X, formerly Twitter.

Student groups at other elite universities and colleges, including Columbia UniversityYale University and George Washington University, also put out statements supporting Palestine following the terrorist attack on Israel.

Bill Ackman, billionaire hedge fund manager, wrote on X Tuesday that students who signed the Harvard letter should have their names released so that companies don’t hire them.

There were at least four websites that listed the personal information of the students linked to the organizations, according to the Harvard Crimson. At least eight student groups have since retracted their signatures.

Harvard President Claudine Gay responded to the letter Tuesday and stated that “no student group” speaks for the university.

“These students need to realize it’s not the first campus we took action at and it won’t be the last campus we took action,” Guillette AIM told the DCNF.

Harvard did not immediately respond to the Daily Caller News Foundation’s request for comment.

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