Florida Atlantic U. fired James Tracy for Sandy Hook, but supports professor advocating Sharia law and cutting off of hands

Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in Boca Raton is that august institution of higher education that used a trivial administrative excuse — that he failed to submit a form to his college dean in a timely manner — to fire a tenured professor, Dr. James Tracy.
Of course, everyone knows that the real reason for the dismissal is Tracy’s well-researched and well-reasoned skepticism about the official narrative we are given about the Sandy Hook school shooting of December 14, 2012. See:

It is a testament to FAU’s institutional integrity and commitment to its faculty that when Dr. Tracy was still an employee of FAU, the university stood by and did nothing when he received an avalanche of hate mail, some of which threatened bodily harm to him and his children — which is a criminal act. (It is a federal crime, USC 18.41 Sec. 875(c), punishable by up to 5 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000, to transmit any communication containing a threat to injure the person of another, via email and other means of communication.)
Further demonstrating its academic priorities and impeccable ethics, the bright minds of Florida Atlantic University’s administration saw fit to host a panel discussion in which one of its professors lauded Sharia Law, capital punishment, and punishing thieves by cutting off their hands.
Breitbart reports that on May 24, 2016, FAU Computer and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Associate Professor Bassem Alhalabi was part of a panel discussion on alleged Islamophobia, hosted by Florida Atlantic University’s Muslim Student Association.
Alhalabi said:

“Where there is no Sharia, Islamic Sharia, they die in dozens and hundreds every day because of organized crime. People kill people, other people or steal pizza for $10 and so – so when Islamic Shariah is saying about capital punishment – so even though it sounds like it is severe but if that is the solution to prevent any crimes, then it still has a lot of rules and regulations. I will just mention one and stop here, which is let’s say cutting off the hands of a person if they steal. It sounds very severe. It sounds very barbaric, I know. But if takes one or two people to have their hands cut off, and then there’s no more stealing and there’s no more stealing in the whole nation – that’s a much better resolution than having hundreds of people die every day.”


Alhalabi is from Syria. He has worked at FAU since 1996.
On January 26, 2011, Alhalabi pled guilty to assault and battery in March of 2010 on J. Mark Campbell of the Florida Security Council and investigative journalist Joe Kaufman.

In April 2011, about 50 people protested at the entrance of FAU, calling for the university to fire Alhalabi for his terrorist ties,
The next day after the protest, Florida Atlantic University issued a statement in support of Alhalabi.

Protest at FAU against Al Halabi, April 14, 2011.

Protest at FAU against Alhalabi, April 14, 2011.


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Joanne Rosemarie
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Joanne Rosemarie

This world is getting beyond a joke. Professor Tracy is entitled to speak his mind and voice his opinion.
I have always followed his shows on Jim Fetzer’s The Real Deal, and he’s a good person. He’s never claimed that he is the personal authority on the events at Sandy Hook but just questions those that do. The good news is that plenty of people in reality support him.

DCG
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If only the SRM would report this. I’ll bet many of the students and alumni have no idea this happened.

truckjunkie
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truckjunkie

WTF??? Is this “university” actually TRYING to eliminate their own client pool? Seriously-How many people do YOU know who would send their kids to THIS School of Higher Idiocy,I mean LEARNING,and pay ridiculous rates for Anti-American Programming?

Dan
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Dan

We’re guilty of making a category error when we attach the implications of “university” to degree mills like FAU and despite their becoming profitable enough to camouflage themselves with a few big names. FAU compares to, say, Notre Dame as Argentina does to Germany, and culturally as South Beach does to the Louvre.

Kevin Lankford
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Kevin Lankford

Kill the messenger has always been the solution. Truth is never the purpose of any government endeavor or agenda, (at least not since the inception of our own Constitution) it is always the victim.

Glenn47
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Glenn47

As sad as it was for Mr. Tracy and his fine mind. It is looking more and more like the school did him a favor. I am not sure I would even want to be connected to a school allowing such atrocities. Somewhere out there there is a school that will appreciate what he has to offer. Even sadder is the fact, these barbarians are working themselves into our lives bit by bit. Into our schools, colleges, local governments, and our national government and no one is doing a thing to prevent it. All is silent and the media is… Read more »

truckjunkie
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truckjunkie

I still believe a LOT of people are VERY upset with all this,but fighting injustice and corruption has been all but bred out of them-they don’t know HOW to fight it. “What can I DO? Who do I complain to? How do I make something good happen? What if “they” come after me for complaining?”

tukulusriantei
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cut one or two hands, and stealing will be stopped? he must be kidding. even if stealing punished by death penalty, criminal will still steal. many crimes punishable by death penalty, are that crimes dissappeared? NO. saudi arabia has the strictest form of sharia law, but only for common people. not for the royal families, you can check the saudi princes lifestyle and see how debauched they are. no one dares to question them.

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i accidentally liked my own post

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FAU should be called FAUST

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