UNIVERSITY CRUSHES FREE SPEECH: “Anti-Islam and Pro-Trump grafitti have no place at the University of Michigan”

An Arab Muslim-American advocacy group is investigating anti-Islam “hate graffiti” found this week on the University of Michigan campus, and school President (Muslim-pandering Judennat) Mark Schlissel forcefully criticized the vandalism.

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Detroit News  “An anti-Islam message written in chalk on the Diag yesterday has caused members of our community to feel threatened and unwelcome,” Schlissel said in a statement the school released. “I want everyone at the University of Michigan – those hurt by yesterday’s message and others who have expressed similar concerns in association with other events – to know that I am committed to fostering an environment that is welcoming and inclusive of everyone, free from threat or intimidation.”

He concluded: “Racial, ethnic or religious discrimination have no place at the University of Michigan. Targeted attacks against groups of people are hateful and serve only to tear apart our university community.” Though school policy allows chalking on campus sidewalks, “attacks directed toward any member or group within the University of Michigan community, based on a belief or characteristic, are inconsistent with our values of respect, civility and equality.

Officials with the designated terrorist group CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations)’ -Michigan chapter say the incident, which allegedly also included messages such as “Trump 2016” and “Build the Wall,” suggests a troubling trend.

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School President Mark Schlissel forcefully criticized the vandalism Thursday. “An anti-Islam message written in chalk on the Diag yesterday has caused members of our community to feel threatened and unwelcome,” Schlissel said in a statement the school released. “I want everyone at the University of Michigan – those hurt by yesterday’s message and others who have expressed similar concerns in association with other events – to know that I am committed to fostering an environment that is welcoming and inclusive of everyone, free from threat or intimidation.”

He concluded: “Racial, ethnic or religious discrimination have no place at the University of Michigan. Targeted attacks against groups of people are hateful and serve only to tear apart our university community.”

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