At Harvard, SJP affiliate president asks Tzipi Livni why she’s “so smelly” later apologizing it was “never my intention to invoke a hateful stereotype”

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Pro-Palestine Harvard Law student asks Israeli minister why she is ‘so smelly’ during panel discussion at the school
by Ashley Collman
April 21, 2016

Administrators, faculty and a Jewish group at Harvard Law School have come out to condemn a student [later identified as Husam El-Qoulaqwho called a visiting Israeli official ‘so smelly’ during a panel discussion last week. Former Israeli minister Tzipi Livni was invited to speak to a small group of about 150 people at the Ivy League law school on April 14, in a discussion on the fraught Israeli-Palestinian relations. Livni is a member of the Knesset, Israel’s legislative body, previously served as acting prime minister, minister of foreign affairs and minister of justice. During the question-and-answer portion of the event, one student got up and asked Livni ‘how is that you are so smelly?’ READ MORE

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1 Response to At Harvard, SJP affiliate president asks Tzipi Livni why she’s “so smelly” later apologizing it was “never my intention to invoke a hateful stereotype”

  1. E. Grass says:

    This student was only worried that he would be denied the coveted Harvard Law degree. His apology is worthless. Any e. Grassacting the way he did should be expelled from their respective institute of learning.

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