Anti-Zionist-Not-Antisemite of the Day: Cassandra Lee Taha

Meet Cassandra Lee Taha.

A civil/structural engineer and project manager, there is nothing civil about Taha’s obsession with the Jewish state.

Her social media accounts are consumed with the subject, where she demonstrates not just her hatred of us but also her dishonesty. For instance, she suggests all the palestinian Arabs have are rocks

while at the same time showing she knows full well they are armed also with (lethal) things like guns and rockets (which she supports as ‘resistance’):

She is also quite the master of projection, blaming us for what her beloved palestinian Arabs do:

For the most part, Taha is careful not to show any dislike for the Jews, and tries to paint Zionism and Judaism as separate, even opposite, things.

@engineerleeh

Zíønísts do not represent Jēwísh People

♬ Way Up – Soran

(for the record, a minority of Jews around the world are anti-Zionist, and Zionism is very much integral to Judaism)

Alas, keeping up the ruse must get tiring, because Taha occasionally gives the game away.

Like when she compares us to Nazis:

Suggests we exploit the Holocaust:

Alleges we colluded and still collude with the Nazis:

@engineerleeh

How dare I? How dare you!

♬ Indian Flute – Timbaland & Magoo

Denies (and mocks) Jewish genealogy and the idea of Jewish indigenousness to the land:

Mocks the idea of Jews being “G-d’s chosen people”:

Defends and retweets some of the vilest antisemites out there; like Mohamed El-Kurd:

the “Abunimation” Ali Abunimah:

Aliya Hasan:

and Chris Williamson:

And generally just gets sloppy:

Who is “you” meant to be, pray tell?

It is no surprise she promotes the antisemitic Mapping Project that targets Jews in Boston:

Of course, she’ll deny she is antisemitic.

Then again, the word “antisemitic” does not mean what she thinks it means:

 Taha has one hell of a faulty moral compass:

Cassandra, thanks for playing anti-Zionist-Not-Antisemite. Unfortunately

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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