Professors, Administrators, and Students Pledge Economic Support to Terrorist Organizations ISIS, Hamas, and Hezbollah on Numerous California Campuses.
Following a similar shocking video at Cornell University released by James O’Keefe last week, Barry University officials in Florida also sanction a pro-ISIS club with the stated goal of sending material support to ISIS.
The only suggestion by Barry officials was to change the name of the club “because technically our country is at war with ISIS.”
Project Veritas in an email reports:
Our investigative journalist was quite explicit in her desire (albeit, fabricated) to provide material support to ISIS.
During a discussion with a high ranking university official, our journalist asked the university for funding to send aid to isis:
Student: “We want to send aid to ISIS.”
“So you do specifically want to send aid to ISIS?”
To a different university official, our journalist states:
“A lot of the fighters . . . can’t see at night, you know? So like people are attacking them and they can’t see at night. And because like they are poor they don’t have night vision and stuff so they wanted flashlights so they could like better protect themselves.”
To this outrageous statement the university official not only nodded in agreement but broached the cost of bulk shipments (!) of flashlights to ISIS.
Two other high ranking university officials were perfectly fine with the mission of the club, supporting ISIS, however, suggested a name change because:
“technically our country is at war with ISIS.”
Wanting to conceal the name of a group which would aid terrorists using university funding is indicative of a dangerous mentality that should frighten every parent in the country.
To make matters worse, our journalist actually found a professor who signed on as the pro-ISIS club’s faculty advisor.