Ami Horowitz — a creator of digital shorts that throw conservative light on sociopolitical issues — is at it again.
What are the details?
Horowitz decided to pay a visit recently to left-wing bastion Portland State University to pose as a worker for "American Friends for Hamas" — a made-up group — who asks students to pledge donations in order to assist the terrorism-loving organization to carry out its mission to "destroy Israel."
And boy, did Horowitz lay it on thick for the camera.
"We're not your father's terrorist organization," he told students without a hint of tongue in cheek. "We've kind of evolved beyond that. It's still kind of what we do, but we've kind of rebuilt and rebranded ourselves and, you know ... Hamas is where it's at!"
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Horowitz even added the telltale rolling tongue on the "H" for extra Middle Eastern authenticity.
He proceeded to tell students that his group was raising money to help "fund operations against Israel" — and that they were looking to hit "soft targets" in "civilian populations" such as cafes, schools, hospitals, and places of worship to "make 'em feel it."
And no students seen in the video ran for the hills upon hearing Horowitz's genocidal pitches.
"That's the only way you can fight back, really," he said.
Horowitz even likened a "suicide bomber" to "kind of like the poor man's F-15."
"Right, right," one student responded in apparent agreement.
'We're looking to destroy Israel'
Further on in the open-air chats, Horowitz described "American Friends for Hamas" as "next-level BDS" — the acronym for the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement — and "we're looking to wipe Israel off the map … we're looking to destroy Israel."
He added that "we don't want just Gaza, we want to have all of Israel."
Incredibly Horowitz also told at least one student that "to get peace you first gotta destroy some stuff, you know?"
How did students react?
There was no apparent pushback from students on the video Horowitz produced.
"I actually have been learning in this last school year about everything that's going on over there," one student told him. "So, I like the sound of what you're doing, it sounds like the right thing to do."
Another student said, "I'm totally against the Israeli genocide."
The video captured a number of students pledging to "American Friends for Hamas" in relatively small dollar amounts — all for the cause of killing off Israel. Horowitz wrote in a Fox News op-ed that it took him only about an hour to raise "hundreds of dollars for Hamas."
Check it out:
Watch me raise money for Hamas to kill Jewsyoutu.be