Is Abby Martin an anti-Semite

“Womens‘ March ”: dance of anti-Semitic women

It's a tragedy. Left-wing movements are increasingly becoming a reservoir for notorious Israel haters. From Corbyn in Great Britain to the “Women’s March” in the USA. After it recently became public that three founding members known to be anti-Semitic had left the board of protestors, many saw it as a signal against anti-Semitism and hatred of Israel. This hope was deceptive, considering who moved into the board of the "Women’s March" instead.

Samia Assed, a Palestinian activist, posts pictures with Linda Sarsour and Ilhan Omar on Twitter and supports the BDS movement. Assed retweeted the video of an interview with American activist Abby Martin, which ran from 2012 to 2015 for the Russian propaganda broadcasterRT America has worked. Martin was in9/11 Truth Movement committed, a group of conspiracy theorists who to this day hold the American government responsible for the September 11, 2001 attacks.

In the video, she spreads outrageous lies about Israel. The Israelis would lock people up in the West Bank for posting photos, ban flags, torture children, and other things like that. The headline of the video: "Israel = worse than the devil". Assed now has her Twitter accountPrivate posed. I guess she'll know why.

"Jerusalem is not in Israel"

Charlene Carruthers also supports the BDS movement and is a fan of the homophobic and anti-Semitic hate preacher Louis Farrakhan, leader of theNation of Islam. Among other things, she writes in her tweets:

"... but Jerusalem should not be included in the list as being in Israel." (Twitter)

"We are sending billions to Israel to finance apartheid there." (Twitter)

"The BDS movement is a lever with which we as US taxpayers can put pressure on the Israeli regime ..." (Twitter)

"I want to slap you all for looking at Boondocks and 'Family Guy' and all that stuff instead of #Farrakhan." (Twitter)

"#Israel #Nazis"

But the worst of them all is Zahra Billoo. You don't have to comment on their statements, they speak for themselves:

“Who murdered, tortured and captured more people? Apartheid Israel or IS? " (Twitter)

“No need for a Holocaust museum, considering that Israel has taken it upon itself to create a new one. #Israel #Nazis " (Twitter)

"Condemning Hamas for firing rockets at [apartheid] Israel is like condemning a woman beating her rapist." (Twitter)

"From the river to the sea, #Palestine will be free." (Twitter)

This Palestinian slogan means nothing less than the extinction of Israel's existence. What is meant is a free Palestine from the Jordan to the coast, there is no room for Israel. The Democratic US MP Rashida Tlaib illustrated the slogan with a map in her office: She had pasted the State of Israel over with a Post-it that reads “Palestine”.

"I'm more afraid of racist Zionists who support apartheid Israel than of the mentally ill young people that the #FBI recruits for ISIS." (Twitter)

“Don't see any difference between American youth who leave the country to join ISIS or the IDF. Both are murderous, war crimes and terrorist organizations. " (Twitter)

"Israel, which is 'defending' itself against Palestinians, is comparable to Nazi Germany, which is defending itself against a Jewish uprising." (Twitter)

Dark prospects

One should not be under any illusions. The departure of Sarsour, Mallory and Bland from the board of “Women’s March” has not weakened the anti-Semites on the American left. On the contrary. Israel haters have been replaced by Israel haters, one or the other Jewish fig leaf on the board does nothing to change that. And Linda Sarsour has become a prominent representative of Bernie Sanders in his 2020 presidential campaign.

Seth Mandel fromWashington Examiner got to the heart of what is currently going on:

“At least it's crystal clear what happened here. Sarsour has left and, as one of Bernie's prominent representatives, has even greater influence, her radical followers have replaced her. The anti-Semites of the Women’s March gain more power over left-wing politics, not less. "

This post first appeared at Mena watch.

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