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Florida City Adopts Resolution Calling on FSU to Remove Student Senate President

The city commission for the Miami-Dade County city Aventura adopted a resolution on July 16 urging Florida State University (FSU) to remove Student Senate President Ahmad Daraldik from his position. The resolution highlights Daraldik’s social media post using the words “stupid jew” and a website apparently belonging to him comparing Israel with Nazi Germany. “The […]

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Vote of No Confidence Against FSU Student Senate President Fails

A vote of no confidence against Florida State University (FSU) Student Senate President Ahmad Daraldik failed on the evening of June 17. The final tally of the vote, which took place on a Zoom conference call, was not disclosed. FSU Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) celebrated the failed no-confidence vote. “We are proud to […]

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Petitions Launched Calling on FSU Student Senate President to Resign Over ‘F— Israel,’ ‘Stupid Jew’ Social Media Posts

Two petitions have been launched calling on Florida State University (FSU) Student Senate President Ahmad Daraldik to step down from his position over his past social media posts that have been criticized as anti-Semitic. The social media posts in question include a post from August that said, “#f—theoccupation #f—israel” and a 2013 post stating, “Stupid […]

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