Iran, Yemen Universities Recruit Pro-Hamas Protesters

( – Following the discipline of thousands of students who participated in pro-Palestine demonstrations at colleges and universities all over the United States, officials at universities in the Middle East have offered enrollment to students who have been ousted from their current schools.

Several left-wing universities in the United States have been engulfed in chaos since April 17, when pro-Palestine students began demanding that their universities financially separate from any company that protestors believe have too many ties to Israel, claiming that Israel is perpetuating apartheid and genocide on Palestinians following the Hamas attacks on Israelis on October 7 of last year.

As of Friday, April 26th, over 2,300 people in dozens of states have been arrested at over 40 colleges and universities as a result of the mass protests. Many students, including Minnesota Representative and “Squad” member Ilhan Omar’s daughter, are facing disciplinary actions, with possible expulsion on the table.

As a result, the administrators of several universities in the Middle East, such as the dean of Shahid Beheshti University in the capital of Iran, have encouraged any students who fear they will be expelled from their university in the US to apply for universities in Iran, with possible scholarships available to those who protested against “the actions of the Zionists.”

An official from Sana’a University, which is located in Sana’a, Yemen and run by the Houthis, who have been designated a terrorist group by the US State Department, also chimed in to suggest that they are “serious” about inviting students who have been removed from campus for supporting Palestinians.

Ironically, Democratic Senator John Fetterman mocked the protesting students on social media following the invitation from Iranian and Yemeni universities. He suggested that if a “homicidal, Iranian-funded, terrorism proxy” wants to pay for your university education, it might be time to “reevaluate things.” While Fetterman has repeatedly expressed his support for the First Amendment right to protest, he believes camping out for a terrorist group that encourages antisemitism is not “helpful.”

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