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University Sanctions Pro-ISIS Club ➠ If They “Change The Name” Will Allow Them To Pass Out ISIS Flags During Annual Campus Fair

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University Sanctions Pro-ISIS Club If They “Change The Name,” Will Allow Them To Pass Out ISIS Flags During Annual Campus Fair…

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Via Daily Mail:

Administrators at a Catholic university in Florida agreed to help an honors student start a campus club that would send money and supplies to the ISIS terror army.

 

Hidden camera footage released Monday morning shows officials and faculty at Barry University advising a senior – identified only as ‘Laura’ – about the best way to secure funding for a club she called ‘Sympathetic Students in Support of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.’

 

‘I want to start fundraising efforts on campus, and what I want to do is raise funds to send overseas,’ she told Derek Bley, the school’s Coordinator for Leadership Development and Student Organizations.

 

Bley offered to help her create the organization and agreed with her request to ‘pass out Islamic State flags and educate people’ at an annual student ‘Festival of Nations’ fair.

 

The school’s mission statement says ‘all members of our community’ must ‘accept social responsibility to foster peace and nonviolence.’

 

Yet Bley was enthusiastic about Laura’s terror-funding venture. ‘We’re not here to limit people and their clubs, he said. ‘If there a demand or a need, or an interest that students have to do this, we’re here to support that.’

 

‘If you’ve got … people who are interested, and this is something you want take and run with,’ he added. ‘we’re here to help you get that done.’

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