Thursday, August 11, 2022

Last month, Amnesty Australia held an event:

Join us for a special screening of ‘My Love Awaits Me by the Sea’. We have invited Muhib Nabulsi, a representative of Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement Australia and programmer for the Palestinian Film Festival to speak. 
Nablusi must be an admirable human rights activist to be invited to speak by Amnesty, right?

Here is a thread that Nablusi posted on Twitter where he published a hit list of Australian Israeli restaurants for targeting.

This is a barely-veiled call for violence against Australian Jews and Israelis. It is an antisemitic conspiracy theory that somehow Israeli-themed restaurants are part of a worldwide network of anti-Palestinian operatives. 

It is an unhinged display of hate and intolerance.

And Amnesty Australia considers Nablusi a role model.

You can guarantee that they will not disavow him, because he is a Palestinian, he is disabled, and he is the type of person who incites violence. Amnesty will never go against that trifecta.

(h/t Joel T)

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