Israel-Haters Claim Israel Photoshopped Palestinian Swastika Flag. It Was All Too Real.

In the latest display of overt antisemitism, palestinian Arabs hung a Nazi flag bearing the swastika symbol on power lines, in the village of Beit Ummar near Hebron. IDF soldiers later shot the flag down, as video clearly showed:

The Israel-haters, seemingly uncomfortable with this latest proof that antisemitism permeates their entire “cause,” came up with a new way to explain it: it was just a photoshop!

Almost as unbelievable as the idiocy of this explanation is the fact none other than Russia’s RT came to the rescue to debunk it:

The suspicions appear to have been misplaced, however. The same flag was apparently filmed being shot down by an Israel Defense Forces (IDF) patrol. It was reportedly a regular-sized – though highly offensive – banner that was indeed attached at a considerable height to a power line not far from an Israeli outpost.

Nazi symbology has been occasionally used by Palestinians to taunt their Jewish opponents. In August, Palestinian protesters burned a Star of David combined with a swastika during a demonstration near the West Bank town of Beita.

Update: When faced with the video proof, some haters claim we flew the flag to frame the palestinian Arabs:

Naaa, they are antisemitic enough all by themselves.

Hat tip: Uri


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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