By Callie Wyckoff
On Wednesday afternoon, a truck drove around Harvard Universities Campus with the faces and names of students who allegedly co-signed a letter blaming Israel alone for the HA-moss attack.
In addition to this, CEO Bill Ackman stated that these students should be named so he and other companies don't hire them.
He and many other CEO's do not believe these students should be allowed to hide behind a shield when making statements to, "support the actions of terrorists."
Harvard University itself distanced from these students remarking that the views of a group of students do not represent the universities beliefs, but rather one group of students beliefs.
Originally, 34 Harvard students signed the letter to Israel, but after the backlash and 4 website's released some students names and contact information, 8 groups have removed their signatures.