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    San Francisco State University President Lynn Mahoney has defended students that invited airplane hijacker Leila Khaled to speak on campus. Mahoney said that students were “deeply” wounded by Zoom’s decision to shut down a livestream of the event. In a statement, Zoom said that it was forced to shut down the event after learning of Khaled’s affiliation with a terrorist organization. Breitbart News reported this week that YouTube and Zoom shut down a livestream featuring Leila Khaled, an activist and former terrorist who participated in two airplane hijackings around 1970. Now, San Francisco State University President Lynn Mahoney claims that students were “deeply wounded” by Zoom and YouTube’s refusal to support the event. Despite the controversy, San Francisco State University...
    ROME—A San Francisco State University-sponsored talk by convicted Palestinian hijacker Leila Khaled was canceled by Zoom and YouTube, according to the Lawfare Project, a pro bono U.S. group that supports Jewish causes around the world. Khaled—who is a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine group, which the U.S. has labeled a terrorist organization—helped hijack an Israel-bound flight from Rome in 1969, and was scheduled to give a talk as part of an event hosted by the university’s Department of Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies on “Teaching Palestine.” When the talk was announced last month, Lawfare Project lawyers, who have started a grassroots Jewish civil-rights movement called #EndJewHatred, launched a campaign to get Zoom to...
    Zoom has canceled a webinar due to be held at San Francisco State University (SFSU) this Wednesday featuring Leila Khaled, a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) who took part in two plane hijackings in 1969 and 1970. YouTube and Facebook also intervened to stop the talk, according to reports. The webinar was cancelled after pressure from Israeli and Jewish lobby groups including the Lawfare Project. They noted that the US government has designated the PFLP a terrorist organization, and claimed that by hosting Khaled on its service, Zoom was exposing itself to criminal liability for providing “material support or resources” to a terrorist group. “the international pin-up of armed struggle” A 2001 profile...
    The president of San Francisco State University has defended her decision to allow a talk to go ahead featuring Palestinian militant, Leila Khaled, who was among those to hijack a flight to New York City in the 1970s.  Khaled is scheduled to speak at a virtual class event hosted by the university next week despite outrage and objections from Jewish students and groups who have said they are 'deeply distressed' by her inclusion.  The event, which is titled 'Whose Narratives? Gender, Justice and Resistance', has been organized by the university's Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies program.  The talk has been billed as a 'historic roundtable conversation with Palestinian feminist, militant and leader', according to one of the advertisements. ...
    A Palestinian woman who played a part in the hijackings of two airplanes has been invited to speak at San Francisco State University later this month, drawing condemnation from Jewish groups. Leila Khaled, 76, is a member of the Palestinian Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PLFP), a group the U.S. Department of State designated a terrorist organization. STANFORD OFFERS SESSIONS ON 'RACIAL TERROR,' CLAIMING IT'S 'NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE' TO THINK OUTSIDE OF WHITE SUPREMACY In 1969, Khaled and other PLFP members notoriously hijacked TWA Flight 840 bound for Tel Aviv, and a year later hijacked El Al flight 219 traveling from Amsterdam to New York City. She was arrested in London after the El Al flight was rerouted, but was...
    San Francisco State University is scheduled to host a lecture by terrorist Leila Khaled later this month. Khaled is most famous for her role in two plane hijackings that took place in 1969 and 1970. Khaled, a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, is considered to be the first female airplane hijacker, and will lecture SFSU students at an event hosted by the Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diaspora Studies Department. According to a report by Campus Reform, San Francisco State University has invited terrorist Leila Khaled to speak at an upcoming event on “gender, justice & resistance.” In 1969, Khaled was one of several hijackers that took control of TWA Flight 840 from Rome to Tel...