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Justice For Barnard Alum Sara Duker

Sara Duker, a Barnard alumna, was murdered in a Jerusalem bus bombing. To date, the Palestinian Authority has paid the terrorist who orchestrated the attack $299,680 as a financial reward and continues to pay him a monthly salary as part of their “pay-for-slay” program. As a united Columbia community, we demand the Palestinian Authority stop paying Sara Duker's murderer and instead invests this money for the social good and benefit of Palestinian civilians.

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"Sara Duker was a person of extraordinary talent and promise and the entire Barnard community shares in this loss."

-  Judith Shapiro, Barnard President

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Dear President Bollinger, President Beilock, and University Board of Trustees,

Please join the united Columbia community in signing this petition seeking justice for Barnard alumna Sara Duker.

Sara Duker graduated from Barnard College in 1995. While at Barnard, Sara was an active

community member and worked as a tutor at P.S. 125, where she taught reading to third and fourth graders. Sara was a lover of peace and justice and wanted everyone to be treated with respect; she was a talented writer and scientist with a wide range of intellectual interests. Sara was awarded departmental honors in environmental science and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.

Shortly after her graduation, on February 25, 1996, Sara was murdered together with her boyfriend, Matthew Eisenfeld, by a Palestinian terrorist who bombed a public bus in Jerusalem. Sara was just 22 years old at the time of her death and was remembered then by Barnard’s President Judith Shapiro as “a person of extraordinary talent and promise”.

Since Sara’s death, the terrorist who orchestrated the bus bombing, Hassan Salameh, has received $299,680 in “salary” payments from the Palestinian Authority. He is currently paid by the Palestinian Authority more than $2,000 a month while in jail for his role in this and two other bombings that killed a total of 46 innocent people. 

The Palestinian Authority Martyr and Prisoner Funds represent an institutionalized program that provides financial rewards to terrorists who commit violence against civilians in Israel and Israelis abroad. The Palestinian Authority spent more than $350 million on this program in 2018 while neglecting public welfare priorities to help the Palestinian people, including critical healthcare and education needs. 

In 2018, United States Congress passed the Taylor Force Act, which “Calls on the Palestinian Authority, the Palestine Liberation Organization, and any successor or affiliated organizations to stop payments for acts of terrorism by individuals who are imprisoned after being fairly tried and convicted for acts of terrorism and by individuals who died committing acts of terrorism and to repeal the laws authorizing such payments” and “urges the Palestinian Authority to develop programs to provide essential public services and support to any individual in need within its jurisdictional control, rather than to provide payments contingent on perpetrating acts of violence.”

As members of the Columbia University community, we demand Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinian Authority immediately stop paying a financial reward to the murderer of Barnard alumna Sara Duker and revoke the laws that reward and incentivize terror. We urge the Palestinian Authority to instead direct these funds to help Palestinian civilians with essential public services, including better healthcare, and a more honest education that will promote a peaceful and prosperous future.

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