Egyptian writer Hesham Mansour tweets about Jews 'stealing good energy'

The young writer, who usually writes satire for television, also tweeted that he believes in conspiracy theories.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
July 7, 2019 08:36
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Egyptian writer Hesham Mansour caused an uproar on Monday when he tweeted “now let’s kill some Jews.” His twitter account, which had some 800,000 followers, was suspended on Wednesday, the National reported.


Mansour also tweeted about how Jews "controlled the space-time continuum,” and "stole all the positive energy," the report said.
Jews, he claimed, are also responsible for the vanishing of the Sphinx's nose and the existence of transgender people. 


Mansour is a television presenter and writer for animated shows, he also professed to believe that the fictional film the Da Vinci Code, based on the works of Dan Brown, is real. 


“The satanic rape scene…under the star of David,” he wrote, “to know what Jews do to women.” 


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