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Anti-Israel groups now exploiting Eric Garner death, too

Anti-Israel groups now exploiting Eric Garner death, too

Because exploiting Michael Brown and fomenting confrontation in Ferguson wasn’t enough.

We previously documented the exploitation of the death of Michael Brown and the riots in Ferguson by anti-Israel groups, Intifada Missouri – Anti-Israel activists may push Ferguson over the edge.

That Ferguson exploitation involved spreading false claims about Israeli training of the Ferguson police, trips to Ferguson by anti-Israel groups, and an anti-Israel activist who fomented confrontation with the police.

Now they’re doing it again, this time with regard to the death of Eric Garner and failure to indict the arresting police officer.

A Facebook and Twitter campaign has started trying to equate Palestinians to Garner using the “I can’t breathe” phrase and Twitter hashtag.

The photos, such as the featured image by Hamde Abu Rahma, are being spread by groups like Central NY Committee for Justice in Palestine:

That’s the same group that helped spread the hideous photoshop of Jewish concentration camp inmates carrying anti-Israel signs.

An OccupyDC activist and other anti-Israel groups are spreading similar images using the #NYC2Palestine and similar hashtags.

Is there any suffering that these people will not co-opt to their own cause?

Like ghouls, they show up to exploit death in America when politically opportune.


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Interesting thing is Muslims hate blacks. This comes under never letting a good crisis go to waste.


nordic_prince | December 6, 2014 at 9:46 am

Interesting – the sign the little girl is holding is *exactly* the same sign as the one that the two boys are pictured with ~

    no, look at hashtag in last line.
    other than that its the same wording.

      hmm I may be wrong, watermarks are messing with it on original so I cannot be sure.

      nordic_prince in reply to dmacleo. | December 6, 2014 at 11:24 am

      Look at the lettering, the formation of the letters, the positioning of the letters, the running out of room for the exclamation mark, the placement of the apostrophe – all these and more (if you look closely) seem to be too coincidental to be distinct signs. Looks like the photographer made his own sign, then found various kids to hold it for him.

      In other words, it’s staged.

        that is what also made me look closer but then I saw the bottom hashtag.
        just cannot tell if that one is the same due to the watermarks.
        if forced to guess I would say I was wrong.

Lets just jump right to the long game. This is about recruitment, they don’t believe or care about US citizen rights on any level!

They’re probably jealous they didn’t get to participate in the looting.