Jew/Israel-Hating Numbskull Of The Year (Poll)


With the end of the year fast approaching, it is time to reflect on the year (almost) gone by. And for Israellycool readers, that means polls!

We’ve seen many antisemitic and anti-Israel numbskulls on here the past year, but some have stood out in some way, whether it be their stupidity, hatred or both.

I’ve narrowed it down to the following:

Lucas Koerner

Anti-Israel “activist” who thought it would be a good idea to walk around Jerusalem wearing a Kaffiyeh (the symbol of palestinian terrorism) and a kippa (skullcap) with palestinian flag pin. Also thought it wise to refuse to show his ID to Israeli policemen when asked.

Paul Donnachie

19-year-old student St Andrews University student who thought it a good idea to put his hands down his trousers, pull off a pubic hair and rub it over the Israeli flag belonging to a Jewish student.

Kevin Jones

OWSer who tweeted antisemitic comments to me and others, only to claim his Twitter account was hacked after he was exposed

Richard Silverstein

The anti-Israel blogger who committed a crime in trying to undermine Israel, continues to have trouble being truthful when it comes to his posts, and is generally a nasty piece of work.

Lauren Booth

The sister-in-law of Tony Blair who gained infamy a few years ago by complaining of starvation in Gaza while being photographed in well-stocked stores and piling on the pounds, she’s since converted to Islam, faces criminal investigation, has praised terrorists, and has let her antisemitism really run wild.

Deborah Orr

Guardian columnist who decided that Israel agreeing to Hamas’ demand – over 1,000 palestinian terrorists for Gilad Shalit – was a manifestation of a Jewish idea of chosenness. Her joke of an apology was less an apology than the continuation of her attack on Jews.

Who Should Be Israellycool's Jew/Israel-Hating Numbskull Of The Year?

  • Lauren Booth (37%, 57 Votes)
  • Deborah Orr (26%, 40 Votes)
  • Richard Silverstein (21%, 33 Votes)
  • Lucas Koerner (8%, 12 Votes)
  • Paul Donnachie (6%, 9 Votes)
  • Kevin Jones (3%, 4 Votes)

Total Voters: 155

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Voting closes next Tuesday.

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