Wife of Known Terrorist Caught Protesting at Columbia University Campus

Wife of Known Terrorist Caught Protesting at Columbia University Campus

The wife of terrorist Sami Al-Arian has been snapped at the pro-Hamas campus encampment at Columbia University this week.

CBS News New York reporter Ali Bauman tweeted that the terrorist’s wife was protesting at Columbian University campus.

According to Ali Bauman, the New York City Hall sources notified her that the wife of the known terrorist was seen at the Columbia University protests.

The New York Post reported:

The wife of an ex-college professor convicted of terrorism-related charges was spotted hanging out at Columbia University’s encampment prior to the dramatic raid — as Mayor Eric Adams on Wednesday blamed outside agitators for the campus chaos.

Adams said the NYPD had already started to identify individuals who weren’t Columbia students before cops were given the green light late Tuesday to oust a pro-terror mob who had taken over an academic building on campus.

While he didn’t name anyone specifically, Hizzoner told MSNBC that “one of the individual’s husband was arrested for and convicted for terrorism on a federal level.”

“One of them was married to someone that was arrested for terrorism,” he later doubled down during a follow-up interview on CBS.

Sami al-Arian — who pleaded guilty in 2005 to fund-raising and other support for the the terrorist group Palestinian Islamic Jihad — had earlier boasted on social media that his wife, Nahla, was among those who joined anti-Israel protesters at the Ivy League campus last week.