University hasn’t disciplined ‘diversity and inclusion’ ambassador for horribly anti-Semitic tweets

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A student ambassador in California for so-called student diversity and inclusion took to Twitter multiple times this year with antisemitic death wishes, causing students to be alarmed.

“I want to kill every motherf–king zionist,” the University of Southern California (USC) student Yasmeen Mashayekh wrote on Twitter in May, according to a report by non-profit Canary Mission whose goal is to combat the rise in antisemitism on college campuses.

The tweet has since been deleted.

Mashayekh was previously listed as a “DEI Senator” on the Viterbi Graduate Student Association’s website according to internet archives – DEI being short for “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.” However, the association’s website currently states that it is “down for maintenance.”

But that’s not the only comment that raised eyebrows from the student that purportedly promoted inclusion amongst the study body.

“Death to Israel and its b–ch the US,” a June tweet from Mashayekh read.

***Warning: Language***

The tweets were not isolated incidents as another tweet from June revealed her posting similar sentiments calling for the “complete destruction of Israel.”

“If you are not for the complete destruction of Israel and the occupation forces then you’re anti-Palestinian.”

Mashayekh also zealously promoted the terrorist organization Hamas in multiple tweets. On May 8, she wrote, “Yes, I f–king love hamas now stfu.” Two days later she followed with another pro-Hamas tweet, “All my  homies love Hamas.”

She spouted more anti-Semitic rhetoric on June 21 with a tweet that read, “Zionists are going to f–ing pay.”

Mashayekh participated in a podcast by Palestine in America on December 2 where she indicated that didn’t see anything wrong with any of her extreme tweets and said her ultimate goal was to “rebuild whatever the Zionist have destroyed on the homeland.”

“There are people who want me to apologize because they think I’ve said very, very extreme things online. I don’t think I’ve said anything wrong, or done anything wrong,” she said. “Part of that is just normalizing the language around Palestinian liberation and resistance.”

“I still don’t feel any pressure to change any stances or apologize for anything at all,” Mashayekh said.

Multiple students at USC told Fox News they thought Mashayekh’s tweets were extremely hypocritical for someone who claims to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion.

“I don’t like speaking in absolutes, but it seems like it’s always the people who stand for ‘inclusion’ that harbor the most hate in their hearts,” student Molly Davis said. “While students are being forced to go through a virtual ‘diversity’ training, DEI senators are tweeting how they want to literally end the lives of humans who support the Jewish people. It’s dark and severely twisted. I can’t imagine how every Jewish person feels in the presence of Yasmeen.”

Davis questioned how the student would be treated if they called for the murder of each and every Black Lives Matter (BLM) supporter.

“If a student senator in the DEI department tweeted that they wanted to ‘kill every BLM supporter,’ the LA Times and Daily Trojan would milk that headline for weeks, and USC’s campus would be swarmed with protesters — rightfully so. However, it’s a different story every time when the Jewish people  — or anyone supporting the Jewish people — are attacked,” she noted.

Another student who did not wish to have their name shared echoed Davis’ thoughts on the inflammatory tweets.

“I’d say it’s not really something that anyone should be saying, but especially not someone of that position,” the student told Fox News..

“It makes Jewish students uncomfortable, but we’re very used to it. If we do support Israel, we discuss it in private because we know it’s heavily associated with the right politically, and people don’t have a tolerance for that, especially at a liberal arts college.”

A university spokesperson also commented on the disturbing tweets.

“The individual is a member of a graduate student group that is self-organized, elects its own council members and does not set the university’s policies. Even though the statements at issue are legally protected, we understand they are disturbing. USC rejects and condemns hatred in all its forms,” the spokesperson said.


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