Ali Abunimah’s Timeline Of Terror Support

For years, I have been documenting various examples of Ali “Abumination” Abunimah’s support for terrorism, lies and other transgressions.

But my post yesterday ripping the Electronic Intifada piece defending a terrorist inspired me to undertake a small exercise: search his Twitter timeline for defense of terrorism, using the keyword “resistance.”

The results? 100s of tweets going back as far as 2008, in which Abunimah not only refers to terrorism as “resistance,” but glorifies the terrorists, encourages this terrorism, characterizes those who oppose the terrorism as “collaborators,” revels in the death of Israelis, and even expresses a desire to financially contribute to this “resistance.”

Here are some of his “greatest hits”:

Only last week I read about Twitter suspending 235,000 accounts, which promoted terrorism, over 6 months.

“The world has witnessed a further wave of deadly, abhorrent terror attacks across the globe,” Twitter said in a statement. “We strongly condemn these acts and remain committed to eliminating the promotion of violence or terrorism on our platform.”

By promoting all terrorism against Israelis as legitimate, desirable resistance, Abunimah is indeed promoting violence and terrorism on Twitter. So I am not entirely sure why he is still even allowed to have a Twitter account, let alone been granted the blue check mark to signify “verified” status.

Oh, and Ali, I am no Israeli government agent. Just an educated, moral person who is sick of the terror support you disseminate.

Ali Abunimah with one of his heroes, convicted PLFP terrorist Rasmea Odeh

Ali Abunimah with one of his heroes, convicted PLFP terrorist Rasmea Odeh


David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media

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