Arizona State University has apparently decided to cancel its event with U.S. Representative Rashida Tlaib, someone who has called for the complete annihilation of Israel.
Tlaib has come under fire from colleagues in the U.S. House of Representatives for suggesting that Hamas was right to launch the attack on October 7, and that the complete destruction of the Jewish state is a good thing. The New York Post reported that the now-canceled event was put on by the Arizona Palestine Network, which is not affiliated with the university.
The event was apparently canceled because the group did not follow the appropriate procedures. Tlaib was supposed to speak on Friday about how the issue in Palestine is an American issue.
The cancellation comes as several colleges and universities around the U.S. have been forced to address the ongoing conflict in the Middle East, as student-led groups and faculty have expressed anti-Semitic rhetoric in their support of Palestine.
A spokesperson for the Arizona Palestine Network told Fox News Digital that “[t]he event featuring Congresswoman Tlaib was planned and produced by groups not affiliated with ASU and was organized outside of ASU policies and…
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