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I Need To Stop Reading Ali Abunimah’s Twitter Feed
I stopped reading racist, homophobic, and anti-Muslim twitter feeds a long time ago and my life is so much better for it.
But, for some reason, I still read @aliabunimah although, to me, it is clear that he cannot stand Jews.
He gets worse and worse. Right now, his feed is one hateful tweet after another. Yeah, yeah, I know he is careful to scream about Israelis or Zionists and not Jews, but he doesn’t fool me. Or any Jew who doesn’t want to be fooled.
But there is one good thing about Ali Abunimah. There is a tendency among Jews on the left, including myself, to argue so vehemently that being anti-Israel does not make one an anti-Semite that we don’t notice when being anti-Israel coexists with anti-Semitism, that one just feeds the other. We should.
Bottom line: I believe that Ali Abunimah would be ecstatic if Israel was destroyed, blown off the face of the earth, along with every one of its people because, after all, the Jews in Palestine are, by definition, Zionists, even the kids. Settlers, colonialists, baby killers, torturers, invaders and all the other labels he uses that exempt no Jew in any part of Israel or Palestine.
So, thanks, Ali. As long as there are people around like you, I will never lull myself into believing that anti-Semitism is a thing of the past. It isn’t.
That is the well known M.J. Rosenberg’s public denunciation of our “friend” Ali Abumination, you remember, the one who thinks I’m the baby killer. It’s not often we agree with almost every word Rosenberg writes. Cast your mind back to this:
Terrorism. When god or whoever kills all the Egyptian first born kids to pressure Pharoah in bible. This, we celebrate at Passover. Sick
— MJ Rosenberg (@MJayRosenberg) August 7, 2012