A scholar senator at Washington College in St. Louis is being accused of stealing American flags from a 9/11 memorial show and throwing them within the trash.
In a video posted by Younger People for Freedom, a scholar will be seen gathering small American flags into luggage and trying to hold them away. A complete of two,977 flags had been positioned on the garden representing every murdered 9/11 sufferer.
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The coed, recognized by YAF as Fadel Alkilani, serves as chairman of the coed senate finance committee on the faculty.
Nathaniel Hope, a member of the UW School Republicans, filmed the video and stated that Alkilani had “no regret” and claimed the flags had been in “violation of college guidelines.”
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Alkilani advised YAF, “I didn’t violate any college or authorized coverage. Now go away.”
Alkilani reportedly bragged concerning the vandalism on Twitter saying that he wished to “protest in opposition to American imperialism and the 900,000 lives misplaced because of submit 9/11 conflict.” His Twitter account has been made personal in order that solely followers can view his tweets.
In an Instagram story, Alkilani shared a submit from Washington College in St. Louis’s Instagram account highlighting the show, commenting, “Republicans attacking me within the replies.”
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College students say that Alkilani had tried to destroy the memorial on Friday night time however was advised to cease by campus police.
Fox Information reached out to Alkilani, campus police, and Washington College however didn’t instantly obtain a response.