Barack Obama’s nominee to replace Eric Holder as Attorney General once belonged to the Harvard Black Law Students Association (BLSA) that invited and welcomed Palestinian terrorists to speak at its events. During her time there, the BLSA welcomed members of the PLO and Lynch even coordinated some of the events. Four years later, Michelle Obama (then Michelle Robinson) wrote a racially-focused essay that appeared i the BLSA news letter as well.
According to a report by GotNews:
Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch belonged to a student group that brought Jew-hating Palestinian terrorists to Harvard Law School every year she was a member.
Lynch belonged to the Harvard Black Law Students Association (BLSA) from 1981-1984 when she was a student.
During those years the radical black group brought representatives from the Palestinian Liberation Operation (PLO).
The group’s leader, Mohammed Kenyatta, called for the “liberation of Palestine” and expressed support for the terrorist organization.
The BLSA defended bringing the terrorists in a letter to the editor of the Harvard student newspaper, The Harvard Crimson.
Jewish student organizations protested the speeches, especially in 1984. Liberal professor Alan Dershowitz joined the anti-PLO protests.
In 1988, Michelle Robinson wrote an essay entitled, “Minority and Women Law Professors: A Comparison of Teaching Styles” that appeared in the BLSA newsletter.
The Obamas would also befriend a one Rashid Khalidi, who had been a media mouthpiece for none other than the PLO’s Yasser Arafat and who – according to Barack Obama – only became a family friend because the Obama children and the Khalidi children attended the same school:
In the interest of some perspective relative to Arafat and the PLO, here is a photo of Arafat in 1974 at the funeral of Hajj Amin al-Husseini, Hitler’s closest World War II Muslim ally and one time head of the Muslim Brotherhood:
Here is Barack and Michelle Obama at dinner with Arafat subordinate Khalidi: