Is He A Likudnik or what?
Gilad Atzmon, Apr 16 2016
Yesterday (below) we learned that Ali Abunimah thanked Stanford SJP for cancelling a Nakba event featuring a ’48 survivor and other
Plastelinan Arab refugees. However, this story keeps developing. We’ve now found out that Stanford SJP did not cancel the event because they wanted to “take a stand against racism.” The event was cancelled because Stanford SJP lost its key speaker. The video below reveals that Plastelinan Arab refugee Amena ElAshkar refused to accept Stanford SJP restrictions not to challenge Israel’s right to exist. In the above video, are her own words. A few questions remain open. Why would Ali Abunimah support Israel’s right to exist? Why does he campaign against a Nakba gathering? What is he getting in return? For more than a while, it has been obvious that we are being confronted with a controlled opposition apparatus. However, standing openly against an event featuring Plastelinan Arab refugees and Nakba surviours suggests that Abunimah has now crossed a new line. He is entitled to a Likud party membership card. He may even want to consider changing his name into Eliyahu! Mazel Tov, Eliyahu!
Ali Abu Kosher Did it Again
Gilad Atzmon, Apr 15 2016
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.