BLM’s Chicago chapter backs Palestine using image of PARAGLIDER like Hamas terrorist who flew into peace rave where they massacred 200
- BLM Chicago has taken an aggressively anti-Israel stance in the wake of the devastating Hamas terror attacks
- The Chicago chapter of the group has been posting a plethora of graphics blaming Israel for the Palestinian terrorists’ efforts
- Pro-Palestinian protestors gathered Monday on the streets of Chicago to cheer on the Palestinian cause that has taken 1,200 Israeli lives since Saturday
The Black Lives Matter chapter in Chicago publicly backed the Palestinian terrorists who killed some 1,200 Israelis over the weekend with a post that read: ‘I Stand with Palestine.’
A graphic posted to the group’s social media accounts shows an image of a paraglider with a Palestinian flag pointing out of his parachute – similar to the terrorists who paraglided into an Israeli music festival to viciously murder innocent attendees.
As has been the case in most major US cities, pro-Palestinian protestors gathered Monday on the streets of Chicago to cheer on the Palestinian cause, which in this latest bout of terrorism has led to, among other things, the beheading of babies.
It’s not clear that the Chicago BLM branch were among the protestors in Chicago.
BLM Chicago is just one of the many BLM branches around the country, including the entire grassroots organization, that has publicly backed Palestinian fighters over Israel in the days since the attacks on Israel began.
The Chicago branch has shared to its social media pages graphics that explicitly blame Israel for the barbaric terror attacks conducted by Hamas terrorists, because of their ‘apartheid regime.’
The BLM Chicago branch made abundantly clear their position regarding the recent terror attacks in Israel with a slew of pro-Palestinian graphics shared across its social media
The organization also attempted to sow division along racial lines by posting a graphic displaying images of celebrities who have spoken out in support for Israel in recent days.
The image included Sarah Paulson, David Schwimmer, Kylie Jenner, and Madonna, and contrasted them with those who support or have supported the Palestinian cause, who include Angela Davis, Malala, Malcolm X, and Nelson Mandela.
‘Notice anything about those who support Israel and those who support Palestine?’ reads the graphic, implying that people of color should align themselves against white people in support of the Palestinians.
Since its founding the Black Lives Matter movement has supported the Palestinian cause, frequently referring to Israel, its people and its governments as oppressors.
In the spring of 2021, when Israel and the Palestinians last traded rockets, BLM released several statements in support of Palestinians, and against Israelis, whom they called settler colonialists.
‘Black Lives Matter stands in solidarity with Palestinians. We are a movement committed to ending settler colonialism in all forms and will continue to advocate for Palestinian liberation. (always have. And always will be),’ BLM said in 2021.
The organization’s avid support for so-called Palestinian freedom fighters has not gone unnoticed, and many online and even more publicly are disavowing the organization.
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Supporters of the Palestinian cause march in downtown Chicago in the wake the weekend’s brutal terror attacks
As in most major US cities, pro-Palestinian protestor gathered to commend the violent actions of the so-called freedom fighters who killed 1,200 Israelis over the weekend
Palestinian-Americans were seen in some places mocking the dead, flashing swastikas, and spitting in the direction of counter-protestors
Retired NBA All-Star and American-Israeli citizen Amar’e Stoudemire posted a video message earlier this week, calling out politicians and BLM leaders alike for failing to condemn Hamas in the immediate aftermath of the terror attacks.
‘For all y’all Black Lives Matter [supporters] who ain’t saying nothing… ‘Well let me figure out exactly what’s happening before I say anything.’ F*** you,” he said.
‘Figure out what? It ain’t never been cool to kidnap kids and put them in cages. Ain’t never been cool to kill women and elderly. Never been, no matter where you from, what you represent, what tribe you from, it don’t matter. It ain’t never been no cool thing. That ain’t never been nothing nobody supported.
‘And then you go and hide and put the kids in front of you as a barricade. That’s some coward s****,’ he added, referring to the common tactic employed by Hamas operatives of placing command centers nearby, on top of, or underneath schools and hospitals.
Stoudemire has been a public supporter of Israel even before becoming a dual citizen, and actually had a well-publicized meeting with then-Israeli president Shimon Peres in 2013.
Palestinian-Americans and their supporters protest as the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas continues, outside the Israeli consulate in downtown Chicago, U.S., October 8, 2023
Israel’s embassy in Washington said the death toll from Hamas’ weekend attacks had surpassed 1,000 – though some counts place the number closer to 1,200, dwarfing all modern Islamist attacks on the West since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States.
The State Department revealed that Secretary of State Antony Blinken will be traveling to Israel ‘in the coming days’ in order to directly engage with Israeli partners.
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