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Ali Abu Kosher Did it Again

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Shabbos Goy Ali Abunimah, the man who planned  to reduce the Intifada into an electronic noticeboard, did it again. Abunimah is notorious for being an appeaser of light Zionists and AZZs, is caught on the above tweet thanking Stanford  Students for stopping a Nakba event featuring an 85-year-old Nakba Survivor and others who have spent their entire lives in a refugee camp in Lebanon. Stanford SJP are now claiming — falsely — that they cancelled the event “because “Alison Weir who refuses to respect Israel’s “right to exist as a regime” was in the audience.

if Ali Abunimah like Stanford SJP insists upon Israel’s right to exist, he should consider Join the Likud party…

To learn more on this fiasco read Marxism.org:

[Marxism] Stanford SJP shuts down Palestinian refugee event, falsely blames it on Alison Weir

SJP shut down an event featuring an…

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3 thoughts on “Ali Abu Kosher Did it Again

  1. I tried to go to the ‘Electric Intifada’ site to give them a piece of my mind and can’t access the damn thing, this keeps popping up:

    Web Site Not Found

    Sorry, we could not find any content for this web address. Please check the URL.

    If you are an Acquia Cloud customer and expect to see your site at this address, you’ll need to add this domain name to your site via the Acquia Network management console.

    Acquia Inc.

    http://www.electronicintifada.net/

    Maybe that’s a good sign, so many people are trying to reach EI to complain that it went offline?

    Anybody that has their own Wikipedia page like he does that is basically bragging about how good a guy he is, is suspect.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ali_Abunimah

    • Yeah, the site seems to be down. You’re right, though. Wikipedia seems to be praising him to high heaven.

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