ABC News covers AIM’s next steps in fighting campus antisemitism
October 24, 2023
Doxxing campaign against pro-Palestinian college students ramps up
The man leading the doxxing campaign of pro-Palestinian Harvard students said his group is going to take it a step further.
Adam Guillette, 42, the president of Accuracy in Media, a conservative organization dedicated to holding “public and private officials accountable,” according to its website, facilitated a truck displaying the names of Harvard students who signed onto a controversial letter denouncing Israel in the wake of the Oct. 7 attack by Hamas. Hamas has been designated by the United States as a terrorist organization.
The debate on campus has made Harvard a microcosm of sorts, reflecting the national debate on the conflict.
Guillette, who is Jewish, said his organization’s next move, which has already started, is to create online domains essentially using the students’ first and last names to create sites identifying them as antisemitic.
“I think it’s incredibly important for people to know who the antisemites are on their campus and in their community,” Guillette told ABC News. “Ideally, I’d love for everyone to abandon any hateful beliefs they might hold. I’d love for them to apologize for the antisemitic proclamation that they signed.”