“Pro-Palestine” rallies have infested the West.
The State Department has issued a worldwide caution travel alert.
The caution states: “Due to increased tensions in various locations around the world, the potential for terrorist attacks, demonstrations or violent actions against U.S. citizens and interests, the Department of State advises U.S. citizens overseas to exercise increased caution.”
The U.S. State Department was released an Extremely Rare “Worldwide Travel Alert” stating that American Citizens should Exercise Increased Caution around the World due to Increasing Tensions in various Countries. pic.twitter.com/jbCArjd6ru
— OSINTdefender (@sentdefender) October 19, 2023
The timing comes as we witness massive anti-Jew protests in the West, with Israeli and U.S. embassies accosted in Lebanon and Jordan.
The State Department already issued a “Do Not Travel” alert to Lebanon:
Do Not travel to Lebanon due to the unpredictable security situation related to rocket, missile, and artillery exchanges between Israel and Hizballah or other armed militant factions. Reconsider travel to Lebanon due to terrorism, civil unrest, armed conflict, crime, kidnapping, and Embassy Beirut’s limited capacity to provide support to U.S. citizens.
Citizens should not travel to Gaza. The department asked citizens to reconsider travel to Israel and the West Bank.
I say anti-Jew because the hate we see on display goes beyond Israel’s borders. None of the rallies are pro-Palestine or anti-Israel as advertised. The protests always have people yelling about murdering Jews or phrases calling for the extermination of Jews, like “from the river to the sea.”
- Germany of all places: 65 cops hurt during pro-Palestine protest in Berlin
- Occupy EU office in Dublin: Pro-Palestinian activists ‘occupy’ EU office in Dublin
- Balkans: Balkans and Central Europe See Rival Pro-Israel and Pro-Palestinian Protests
- France, which has a history of Muslim terrorist attacks, banned “pro-Palestine” protests
- Canada: Pro-Palestinian rally followed by march in support of Israel on Parliament Hill
“Wait, wait, oh Jews. The army of Muhammed is coming back.”
Protesters at the London Palestine rally on Saturday chanted a slogan referencing an Islamic story about Muhammed & his army slaughtering Jewish communities in Medina, Arabia. pic.twitter.com/oYb9jnOau2
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) October 15, 2023
Melbourne Palestine rally anti-Semitic chants: ''Khaybar Khaybar ya yahud, jaish Muhammad soufa ya'oud.''
Translation: ''Khaybar Khaybar oh Jews, the army of Muhammad will return." It refers to a massacre of Jews in 628 CE. Seeks to make Israel-Palestine a religious conflict pic.twitter.com/xdWr9UQga3
— Drew Pavlou 柏乐志 🇦🇺🇺🇦🇹🇼 (@DrewPavlou) October 15, 2023
"A young child wearing a keffiyeh later led a chant widely taken up by rally attendees: “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”
It's a call for genocide of the Jews. Shameful#bcpoli pic.twitter.com/qatZjgwibR
— 🇨🇦Schtev🇨🇦 (@schtev69) October 15, 2023
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