It's time for college campuses around the world to celebrate the Palestinian's immunity from international laws. Yes, friends, we must recognize and laud the fact that the "legitimate right to resist the occupation" does indeed mean Palestinians cannot be charged with war crimes after committing war crimes. Or even better, it's time for the UN to declare that blowing up civilians on passenger buses, blasting away restaurants with women and children inside, and shooting babies in their strollers are no longer crimes against humanity so long as Palestinians are the ones who carry them out. We already know that nobody cares is they kill other Arabs or foreign nationals while they do their "legitimate" thing, so we won't object to their targetting of Jewish civilians since it would be a moot point. The goal of Palestinian Terrorism Week will be to change international law so that these laws do not apply to Palestinians.
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from the article: Universities across the globe mark Israeli Apartheid Week