Antisemites & Israel Bashers Begin To Criticize “Wonder Woman” Choice

gal gadotA few days ago, I posted about Israeli actress Gal Gadot being chosen to play Wonder Woman in the upcoming Superman-Batman flick.

I noted at the time the lack of hateful reactions to the announcement.

A few days have passed, and the Israel bashers and antisemites have started to rear their ugly heads.

 

 

 

And my favorite one by this anti-Israel, palestinian Tweeter:

I wish these haters would make like Wonder Woman’s jet and be invisible.

About Aussie Dave

An Aussie immigrant to Israel, Aussie Dave is founder of Israellycool, one of the world's most popular pro-Israel blogs (and the one you are currently reading) He is a happy family man, and a lover of steak, Australian sports and girlie drinks

comments

  • JRmo

    haters gonna hate

  • Istra Belagena

    “why are all the gorgeous women israeli’s?”

    Maybe it’s because they’re the results of more genetic diversity than that produced by multigenerational cousin marriage, Tameem? Sick muzzies always got their eyes on infidel women. Get out of our country!

  • Mario Augusto Puga Valera

    That was disgusting. So much for “tolerance” and “fighting racism”; obviously, those BDS morons don’t practice what they preach.
    Anyways, I hope Wonder Woman will be awesome. Also, I will love to see Natalie Portman on a big role again.

  • sarah truehart

    I was one of the people to comment on the selection of Ms. Gadot for the part of Wonder Woman.
    I know my opinion was not meant to be hateful and if it was received that way, I thank you for allowing me to explain and clear the matter.
    Although Ms. Gadot is lovely in my opinion and looks young, fine, and classy, I’ve always thought of Wonder Woman as very voluptuous, tough, mature, and shall I say full bodied woman. As for Ms. Gadot, I see her as being able to be in much better roles for her fine, young looks.
    You have used my comment to spark an argument and add to a much more serious and public religious antisemitic problem in our society, as well as hurt the value of a woman’s well meant opinion for another woman.
    You should reconsider the way you have misinterpreted what I have said and apologize to me.
    Maybe Ms. Gadot should reconsider and work with better quality people than you.
    Thank you again, but no thanks.

    • cba

      You should reconsider the way you have misinterpreted what I have said and apologize to me.

      I don’t see any tweet from a “sarah truehart” in this posted–in what way was what you said quoted, let alone misinterpreted?

      Maybe Ms. Gadot should reconsider and work with better quality people than you.

      What on earth makes you think Ms. Gadot is “working with” Israellycool?! What a bizarre comment.

    • http://www.israellycool.com/ Aussie Dave

      Yep, I am confused. If yours was one of the Tweets in this post, there was nothing to misinterpret. And if it was one of the ones in my previous Gadot post, I did not paint any of those tweets as “hateful.”

      And I do not work with Gal Gadot, although I certainly would not refuse the opportunity :)

      So feel free to illuminate us.

  • Joel

    Twitter is replete with odious individuals. They’re inextricable to Twitter and these tweets are, sadly, not aberrant. Here in England, there have been numerous black footballers who have been subject to obscene racism on it and, of course, the site ‘boasts’ Nick Griffin and George Galloway. I ardently believe in free speech, even for racists and anti-semites, yet I sincerely believe Twitter has to show some responsbility. Have you reported these users?

    • Mario Augusto Puga Valera

      That’s why I don’t like social networks sites anymore.

  • sarah truehart

    Aussie Dave,
    I was one of the people to comment on the selection of Ms. Gadot for the part of Wonder Woman in another conversation, I meant no malice or hatefulness. I thank you for allowing me to explain and clear the matter.
    Although Ms. Gadot is lovely in my opinion and looks young, fine, and classy, I’ve always thought of Wonder Woman as very voluptuous, tough, mature, and shall I say full bodied woman. As for Ms. Gadot, I see her as being able to be in much better roles for her fine, young looks.
    I have Israeli heritage and Jewish Faith. I always try to be respectful to all races and religions. Thank you again for all your corrections, and here are a couple of mine.
    “You catch more bees with honey.”
    You should try to be a little nicer and not let your comments spark an argument and add to a much more serious and public religious antisemitic problem in our society, as well as hurt the value of a woman’s well meant opinion for another woman.
    Thank you again

    • http://www.israellycool.com/ Aussie Dave

      I am still confused by your comments. I never saw nor mentioned your comment on her selection and in fact stated:

      I noted at the time the lack of hateful reactions to the announcement.

      I only took issue with the clearly antisemitic and anti Israel comments I featured in this post.

      Pointing out the above comments points to the “serious and public antisemitic problem in our society.”

      So thanks for your advice, but it would help if we knew what the hell you were talking about!

  • sarah truehart

    Mr. Aussie Dave,
    Please forgive me for taking up a little more of your time and directing another post to you. I certainly want to make friends and not feud. You know someone who goes by the name of cba, he is the one that responded to my email to you. If this is your page would you please ask him to lighten up. When I posted the first post, cba replied in a discourteous and pompous manner. It was not your reply that I was complaining about, although at the time I thought it was your post. I’m thinking Mr. cba may be some of the cause for our misunderstanding and the arguments over the subjects we mentioned.
    Nice to meet you, hope to make your acquaintance at a more suitable time with all in better dispositions. Later,…..