Anti-Israel activists have once again taken to illegally posting their propaganda against Israel at London bus stops, this time targeting the large Jewish community in Stamford Hill.
The poster was placed on St Ann’s Road (B152) in Samford Hill (N12) and reads “End Israeli Apartheid #ApartheidOffCampus”.
The poster appears alongside a second linked with Black Lives Matter, which reads, “End State Brutality #BlackLivesMatter”.
@TfL can you have it removed.
It is distressing my Community in #StanfordHill this one deliberately Targeting the Largest Orthodox Jewish Community.
Such Hate & Illegal posters has no place , awaiting your swift response
REVEREND EFRAYIM GOLDSTEIN
— Efrayim Goldstein ⛔ (@EfrayimShloime) June 10, 2020
The two posters share the same design format and font, indicating that whoever created the poster was supporting both movements.
Sadly, the Black Lives Matter movement has links to anti-Israel activism.
In 2016, BLM put out a policy platform. In it they adopted a hateful and biased position on Israel, calling Israel a perpetrator of “genocide” and an “apartheid state”. Neither of which is true.
Palestinian flags have also been spotted at numerous protests for the movement and pro-Palestinian groups have sought to insert the false narrative of Israeli brutality into these recent protests. There are even paintings of George Floyd draped in a Palestinian keffiyeh with a Palestinian flag behind him. There is no indication Floyd supported Palestinian causes, but that has not stopped his image being used for political purposes or to stoke hatred against Israel.
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