Elitist Prof Said WHAT About Baby Killings?! (VIDEO)


(GoRealNewsNow.com) – New shocking evidence has exposed the sickening domination of elitist US universities by far-left and pro-Islamist terrorism radicals as a New York University professor has lied to students, telling them that the recent murders of Israel babies by the Palestinian terror group Hamas were “not true.”

See a video of the professor’s scandalous comments below!

At a recent “teach-in” event, Amin Husain, 48, an adjunct professor at NYU and a vocal supporter of the anti-Israel cause of the Palestinian Arabs, addressed students by claiming that Hamas did not commit heinous acts against Israeli infants.

On October 7, Hamas shocked the world by massacring over 1,400 people in Southern Israel, including multiple babies.

Husain’s denial of these horrifying crimes and his labeling of New York City as “Zionist” was captured in a video from the event, which was a discussion regarding the conflict in Israel at The New School.

This event was organized by the controversial Students for Justice in Palestine group.

During this session, held on December 5, Husain passionately supported the Palestinian Islamist terrorists and downplayed accusations of violent acts by Hamas.

In a video excerpt from the live stream, Husain is heard saying:

“They’re trying to say … ‘Oh my God, you support rapists and people that behead babies,’ both of which, whatever, we know it’s not true.”

In the recording, Husain is seen at a desk, dressed in a traditional Arabic keffiyeh, addressing his audience.

“We live in a Zionist city. Let’s be f—ing real… these people can come up and say because of keffiyeh, you should go back to your country,” he states proudly.

“I have a petition going around, right, because I’m antisemitic. I won the honors of antisemitic multiple times, by the way,” the NYU professor says, causing laughter in his audience.

Husain’s remarks have boosted concerns over rising anti-semitism at US colleges, The New York Post reports.

“Shame on this professor for collaborating with the internationally recognized terrorist group, Hamas, by denying the documented rapes, beheadings, kidnappings, and murders of over 1400 human beings,” reacted Roz Rothstein, CEO of StandWithUs, an educational group fighting anti-Semitism.

“He’s proud of being called an antisemite and it’s extremely concerning to see that in a seemingly progressive liberal arts college,” commented Eitan Gutenmacher, a 21-year-old Jewish student at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study, where Husain teaches.

Husain is a graduate of the prestigious Columbia University School of Law. Between 2016 and 2022, he taught a course at NYU Gallatin called “Art, Activism, And Beyond.”