BDS-Holes Disrupt Holocaust Film in Berlin. Because Not Antisemitic
More contemptible behavior from those who make a habit of contemptible behavior.
Two activists from the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign disrupted the presentation of an Israeli Holocaust film in Berlin last week, prompting Israeli security officials to evict the protesters as the audience booed the stoppage caused by the BDS people.
Based on video footage of the disruption, The Jerusalem Post was able to identify one of the BDS activists as Ronnie Barkan, an anti-Zionist from Israel, whose conduct Berlin’s intelligence agency classified in an August report as antisemitic.
Barkan did not immediately respond to a Post press query regarding his activity and the name of the second activist. He did, however, acknowledge on Twitter that “In case you were wondering what was being screened while we disrupted the event.” The activists can be seen on a video holding a sign that read, “No culture in whitewashing Apartheid.”
Those dedicated to the destruction of the Jewish state disrupting a movie about those dedicated to the destruction of the Jewish people. It is the stuff Alanis Morisette would make song lyrics out of.