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Hamza El Boudali


Hamza El Boudali advocated for jihad on a college campus and spread anti-Semitism on social media during Israel’s war against Hamas terrorists, while he was a graduate student and teaching assistant at Stanford University (Stanford).

The incidents occurred in the wake of a series of Hamas terror atrocities and war crimes against Israeli civilians, including mass murder, torture, rape, beheadings and kidnappings, which were executed on October 7, 2023.

The Hamas terror attacks left over 1,200 Israelis dead, hundreds kidnapped and thousands wounded. Israel retaliated with a war called “Swords of Iron.”

Hamas has been designated as a terrorist organization by the U.S., Canada, European Union, Israel and other countries. Founded in 1987, it has killed thousands of Israeli civilians through mass shootings and suicide bombings. Hamas has also kidnapped children, families and the elderly and held them hostage in Gaza. It has desecrated [slide 2] dead bodies and launched numerous rocket attacks against Israeli civilians. 

Hamza El Boudali, Stanford University, Advocated for Jihad

Advocating for Jihad during Israel’s War against Hamas

On January 16, 2024, El Boudali was featured in a video posted on Twitter, in which he was filmed standing in front of a pro-Israel tent with a sign in his hands that read: “Ask Me About Jihad.” The incident reportedly occurred on the Stanford campus.

When the individual recording the incident on camera asked [00:00:03] El Boudali if he was seriously advocating for jihad, El Boudali responded [00:00:05]: “Yes, of course. Jihad is part of my religion and part of the religion of all two billion Muslims in the world.”

Spreading Anti-Semitism

On January 16, 2024, El Boudali tweeted: “Why aren’t Zionists deported? Y’all are more loyal to Israel than to America.”

The concept of “dual loyalty” is an anti-Semitic accusation that alleges Jews are more loyal to Israel than to their own nations.

Zionism is the belief that Jews have the right to self-determination in their own national home, and the right to develop their national culture.

Biographical Information

El Boudali was a member of the Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) chapter at Stanford in October 2023. He is also a supporter of the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement.

As of January 16, 2024, El Boudali, who also goes by Hamza Elboudali, was listed on Stanford’s online directory as a graduate student in the Department of Computer Science.

As of January 21, 2024, El Boudali, who goes by Hamza E. on LinkedIn, indicated on his profile that he was a teaching assistant in the Department of Computer Science at Stanford.

Also as of January 21, 2024, El Boudali’s LinkedIn also said he was a part-time “AI [Artificial Intelligence] Education Mentor” at Lumiere Education.

As of the same date, El Boudali’s LinkedIn said he graduated from Stanford with a bachelor’s degree in computer science in 2023.

Stanford is located in Palo Alto, California.

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SJP is a student organization engaged in anti-Israel activity on North American college and university campuses.

The first chapter of SJP was founded in 2001 at the University of California at Berkeley by Professor Hatem Bazian. Bazian has spread classic anti-Semitism, reportedly promoted religious anti-Semitism and defended the Hamas terror group. In 2004, Bazian called for “intifada” in America.

SJP organizes anti-Israel campaigns, including running annual Israel Apartheid Weeks, often in collaboration with Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) and Muslim Students Association (MSA) campus chapters.

SJP has been a major force in pushing the anti-Semitic Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement on campuses. Chapters have initiated dozens of BDS resolutions in student governments, which have been proposed on or around Jewish holidays, a time when many Jewish students are off-campus.

SJP activists have reportedly physically assaulted, intimidated and harassed Jewish students, disrupted pro-Israel campus events and demonized pro-Israel campus organizations.

Chapters have often endorsed and campaigned for numerous terrorists and whitewashed terrorism.


The Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement was founded by Omar Barghouti in 2005 to challenge “international support for Israeli apartheid and settler-colonialism.” BDS is an allegedly “Palestinian-led movement,” although leading BDS activists have admitted [00:01:01] this is not true. 

One of the demands of BDS includes [point 3] what is generally known as the “right of return,” a demand discredited as a way to eliminate Israel. Barghouti said the “right of return” is a means to “end Israel’s existence as a Jewish state.”  

Barghouti has said that BDS “aims to turn Israel into a pariah state, as South Africa once was.”

In his activism, Barghouti has also said [00:05:55] regarding Israel: “Definitely, most definitely, we oppose a Jewish state in any part of Palestine. No…rational Palestinian, not a sellout Palestinian, will ever accept a Jewish state in Palestine.”

The movement has been linked to numerous terrorist organizations and received a public endorsement from Hamas in 2017.

BDS initiatives include calling on institutions and individuals to divest from Israeli-affiliated companies, promoting academic and cultural boycotts of Israel, and organizing anti-Israel rallies, protests and campaigns.

The movement’s most notable achievement has been the infiltration of university campuses through lobbying for “BDS resolutions.” In these cases, student governments and student groups, backed by their own anti-Israel members and affiliates, have proposed resolutions on some form of boycott of, or divestment from, Israel and Israeli-affiliated entities.

Boycott resolutions, although non-binding, have been passed by student governments on numerous North American campuses.

BDS activity is often aggressive and disruptive. It has been noted that universities that pass BDS resolutions see a marked increase in anti-Semitic incidents on campus. On one campus, when the student government debated a BDS resolution, reports emerged of violent threats against those opposing it.

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Infamous Quotes

“Ask Me About Jihad.”
“Why aren’t Zionists deported? Y’all are more loyal to Israel than to America.”