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Climate Activists, Greta Thunberg ‘Spread Anti-Israel-Propaganda’

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Emerging leftist hate…international climate activist group Fridays for Future joins Greta Thunberg in spreading anti-Israel sentiments.

Germany’s most popular daily, among many others, Bild here reports that after climate icon Greta Thunberg shared an anti-Israel message from Canadian Israel boycotter Naomi Klein (51) to her 5 million followers, Fridays for Future also joined in.

The anti-Israel activist Klein accuses Israel of “one war crime after another.”

Klein is a follower of the BDS campaign (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions), which is considered anti-Semitic by numerous Jewish organizations and other critics. The German Bundestag even condemned the BDS campaign in 2019 by a large majority.

Thunberg silent on Hamas rain of rockets

But that doesn’t seem to sway Thunberg, who has come out showing no concerns over the safety of Israelis as hundreds of rockets fired by Hamas rained down on them.

“Not a word on the rocket-error climate gets mentioned by Greta,” Bild wrote. “Greta Thunberg (18) joins the Middle East debate – and refuses to show solidarity with Israeli civilians in a hail of rockets!”

FFF joins in on anti-Israel propaganda

Now also the climate activist organization “Fridays For Future“ has joined Greta – spreading anti-Israeli propaganda by Paliroots.

Fridays for Israeli-Free Future?

“The representatives of the international ‘Fridays for Future’ organization shared a series of Instagram content, all of which referred to Palestinian propaganda portals inciting hatred against Israel,” Bild reports.

“The ‘Palestinian Youth Movement’ page features a map declaring the entire territory of Israel to be Palestine – denying the Jewish state’s right to exist: ‘This is Palestinian land.’ ”

Germany’s Fridays for Future organization remained mostly silent on the anti-Semitic outbursts from its sister organization, failing to condemn the hostile rhetoric.

German Islamism expert Ahmad Mansour (44) has accused FFF of sympathizing “with the underdog here out of naivety” and adds this  demonstrates “how quickly this one-sided view could reproduce anti-Semitic images.”

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