Jewish and antisemitic?

“These Jewish activists are most vocal at suggesting there is little or no antisemitism."

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 22, 2019 03:03
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A security officer watches Code Pink protestors

A security officer watches Code Pink protestors . (photo credit: MIKE SEGAR / REUTERS)

 
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Independent writer and researcher David Collier has released a new 270-page report in which he went undercover into a secret Facebook group to expose key Jewish anti-Zionist and antisemitic activists and their relations with people who share materials from Neo-Nazis and white supremacist websites.

“These Jewish activists are most vocal at suggesting there is little or no antisemitism,” Collier explains. But in private, “They belittle or joke about the allegations.”
Who are they joking with about antisemitism?


According to Collier, these activists are laughing about antisemitism with people who post white supremacist material, Holocaust denial and take their keys from Holocaust denial websites.


“They say that as a Zionist, I am the enemy,” Collier notes in a film on the report. “But these Jewish activists spend time attacking Israel alongside people who share material from Nazi sites. Those people are their allies, and I am the enemy.”



He cites several examples, such as BDS activist Ariel Gold. She is a member of Code Pink. In a Facebook post, independent journalist, researcher Ariyana Love is complaining about being called an antisemite, “Ariel jumps in to calm her down.


“She doesn’t ask what happened or what was said,” notes Collier.


Then he demonstrates that Love shares antisemitic content, including from the “Renegade Tribune,” a well-known white separatist, Holocaust denying, historical revisionist, neo-Nazi website established in 2012 by Kyle Hunt. In one post, she said that 6 million Jews dying in the Holocaust was a hoax.


Another example Collier provides is Rabbi David Mivasair, who “is on record saying that the false charges of antisemitism are often deployed to silence honest discussion about Israel.”


In one comment threat, Mivasair appears with seven other people and each one is sharing antisemitic material.

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