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Fox Business: CEO Defends sharing list of Harvard students who signed pro-Palestine letter

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Supporters of Palestine gather at Harvard University to show their support for Palestinians in Gaza at a rally in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on October 14, 2023. Thousands of Palestinians sought refuge on October 14 after Israel warned them to evacuate the northern Gaza Strip before an expected ground offensive against Hamas, one week on from the deadliest attack in Israeli history. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP) (Photo by JOSEPH PREZIOSO/AFP via Getty Images)

And the war rages on.

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CEO defends sharing list of Harvard students who signed pro-Palestine letter: They must ‘pay the price’ 

EasyHealth’s David Duel says Harvard students need to ‘pay a price’

FB reports:

“After his LinkedIn account was allegedly suspended for criticizing pro-Palestine Harvard students, EasyHealth CEO David Duel explained why this conflict is personal to him, and doubled down on Bill Ackman’s calls not to hire those Ivy League candidates. 

‘I’m not surprised my account was taken down for sharing a list of students who were advocating for the death and destruction of the Jewish people,’ Duel said on “Cavuto: Live” Saturday. ‘We’re not talking about arguments over a two-state solution or political divisions of land. We’re talking about Hamas. We’re talking about terrorism, whose own charter calls for the extermination of the Jews.’

‘I think the hypocrisy and lack of moral clarity on campuses and with administration is conscious or subconscious antisemitism,’ he expanded. ‘And we need to make sure these students pay a price and that their neighbors, friends and employers know that they harbor these beliefs.’

LinkedIn did not respond to FOX News Digital’s request for comment.”

Note the phrase “moral clarity.”

It is undeniable that there is a serious streak of anti-Semitism in what’s going on. And that in turn is what is fueling some of these demonstrations.

Eventually the battle over who is the next Speaker of the House will be solved.

But peace in the Middle East? And in all the U.S. cross-currents swirling around the war?

All bets are off.