The University of Toronto's Graduate Student's Union (GSU), which a few moths ago chose, in a vote where only a minuscule percentage of actual graduate students participated, to support a boycott, divestment and sanctions campaign against the only liberal democracy in the middle east, supporting the anti-Semitic goals of the terrorist organization Hamas.
Evidently that support for terrorism isn't coincidental. At the obvious location of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, the faculty with radical, politicized, buffoonish courses with laughably low academic standards, the GSU's film club, Cinema Politica, is presenting two films that glorify terrorism.
Though hardly a surprise, since all Cinema Politica's films dealing with Israel reflect the simple-minded biases of those wanting the elimination of the Jewish state, with their double feature planned for this Thursday night, Leile Khaled; Hijacker and My Daughter the Terrorist, the GSU and OISE cross the line into outright praise of terrorism and those who engage in that evil.
h/t Marvin W