The Swedish online magazine Feministiskt Perspektiv, who interviewed Javidi, removed her comment after the article was published, claiming it might be misinterpreted.
So...a candidate for parliament from the Swedish Feminist Party (FI) suggests “moving all the Jews from Israel to America” as a solution to the ME conflict. Moving Jews against their will to solve a problem? Sounds like a final solution to me. Solid feminist politics. pic.twitter.com/F5LTAnCyG7— Annika H Rothstein (@truthandfiction) July 18, 2018
Javidi has taken part in numerous pro-Palestinian activities in the past. Most recently, she participated in the Freedom Flotilla headed towards Gaza, which left the Swedish port of Gothenburg in May and is currently anchored in Palermo, Sicily."It is a huge honor to be onboard the ship to Gaza," the activist expressed on the official website of the Gaza flotilla. "As a politician onboard, my job is to raise further awareness on the Palestinian cause. I’m asking my politician colleagues all around the world to join this cause."As politicians, we are obligated to use our capacity and be the voice of the Palestinian people while their own voice has been silenced during decades of oppression and occupation," the activist emphasized."We all need to do something, whatever it is that we can do."
Whoops, an activist who was with the Gaza flotilla and said she is a candidate for Swedish parliament for the Feminist Initiative Party...gave an interview suggesting the solution to Israel-Palestinian conflict was for Israelis to be "invited" to go to the US, then it was deleted pic.twitter.com/agiODyuEht— Seth Frantzman (@sfrantzman) July 18, 2018