Rep. Ilhan Omar’s daughter learns the hard way that actions have consequences after arrest at anti-Israel Columbia protest

Isra Hirsi, 21, the daughter of Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), is not satisfied with the consequences of her actions.

Last week, Hirsi He was one of more than 100 students arrested. For establishing and participating in the Gaza Solidarity Encampment on the Columbia University campus.

Anti-Israel protests continue, with Colombia forcing How to cancel face-to-face classes on monday. Additionally, the protests reportedly threaten the safety of Jewish students. Rabbi Elie Buechler, a prominent Jewish leader at the university, said Sunday that police “cannot guarantee the safety of Jewish students in the face of extreme anti-Semitism and disorder.” .

After his arrest, Hirschi revealed that he had been suspended from Barnard College at Columbia University, a repercussions that school leaders had warned him about the day before his arrest.

in New interview with Teen VogueHirschi described the panic that began after she realized the consequences of her actions were real.

“When I arrived at Police Square 1, my roommates brought me a bag of clothes because they knew I was at risk of being evicted. “But it said that I needed to go get my clothes within 15 minutes, and then I would have to go with a public security escort,” Hirschi said.

“I thought, ‘I’m not going to do that.’ But I was a little impatient and thought, ‘Where am I going to sleep? Where am I going?’ And it’s pretty awful to have everything thrown at me so randomly,” she added.

Hirschi said she has not been officially banned from campus or expelled, but has been suspended.

“I don’t know when I’ll be able to go home, and I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to go home,” she said. “I haven’t been officially evicted. I haven’t been sent an ‘eviction’ email, but I’ve just been told I can’t come in, whatever that means. I’m wearing four shirts and pants. I have about two.” ”

“I can’t go to the cafeteria. If I send an email like, ‘Hey, I rely on campus for my meals. I rely on the meal plan,’ and I’m like, ‘Oh, come pick up my pre-packaged bag. I was like, ‘OK.'” For a full 48 hours after I was suspended, there was no food assistance, no food at all,” Hirschi explained of his impact.

Despite her comments, Hirschi is neither homeless nor hungry. After all, she is the daughter of a sitting congressman.

On the other hand, the member “I’m very proud.” He praised his daughter for “putting pressure on schools to stand up against genocide.”

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