Actress Bina Malik is drowning in hot water on Twitter and other social media platforms after posting an anti-Semitist tweet that’quotes’ Adolf Hitler. A good rule of thumb for Veena Malik (and everyone else) is best not to repeat if spoken by the mass murderer responsible for the genocide.
In a now deleted tweet, she wrote, “I would have killed all the Jews in the world, but I kept some to show the world why I killed them,” and turned it to Hitler. According to several news outlets, the citation came from the wrong source.
Subsequently, Twitter deleted the tweets that violated the rules, and Malik later claimed that his Twitter account was “damaged.
But that explanation doesn’t hold in social media courts where people unanimously condemn her prejudice and anti-Semitism.
Her tweets are being used as a means of supporting the right wing who distrusts the Palestinian movement and claims that the Palestinians and all those who support Palestine are anti-Semitic.
People around the world are calling her to broadcast hatred to her 1.2 million followers on Twitter.
And of course. We’re not sure why she’s citing Hitler for something. Even if you missed the history lesson Veena Malik, he wouldn’t have been your friend.
People are also demanding that her account be suspended.
What she and others who think like this should remember is that the Israeli government is doing this, not all Jews. Supporting genocide is not a way to support the Palestinians.
The death toll in Palestine has risen to more than 100 because Israeli troops continue to attack the Palestinians, and drawing dialogue from attacks and violence and leading dialogue towards anti-Semitism is not in favor of anyone.
Israel as a nation is committing these acts of violence and aggression. It has nothing to do with religion, it is all about power imbalances and greed. Israel is no longer the rider of Judaism than ISIS or the Taliban are for Islam. Not all Jews support Israeli and Israeli human rights violations, and many really blame them. We must remember to separate religion from those who commit human rights abuses.