David Sheen, an Israeli journalist, who wrote about Pindrus’s remarks on Twitter and shared his speech, said: “Like most eliminationist lawmakers, Yitzhak Pindrus doesn’t have a Twitter account, but apparently he has a private account, because he immediately noted that his incitement to genocide all Israelis ‘who contribute to miscegenation’ was reported on that.”
As Israel’s bombs rained down on them, Palestinian youth advocacy group in Gaza, Palestinian Voices, issued this video, raising awareness to the violence and calling for a boycott of the upcoming Eurovision song contest, hosted this year in Israel.
While Israel is preparing for hosting the Eurovision 2019, enjoying life, and showing itself as a peaceful “state”, it’s killing people in Gaza and escalating violence!#GazaUnderAttack pic.twitter.com/1uJRN7uUE1— Palestinian Voices (@FalastinVoices) May 5, 2019
The phrase “from the river to the sea” doesn’t connote a hypothetical genocide of Israelis. It describes the area in which Israel performed an actual (and ongoing) genocide of Palestinians.
— Steven Salaita (@stevesalaita) December 5, 2018
Israeli defence forces are using prohibited weapons of limited destruction against the innocent Palestinians. Systematic violence, ethnic cleansing and genocide is contravention of Geneva convention of human rights & International humanitarian law@UN must awake now
— Team Senator Sarwar (@TeamSarwar) August 12, 2018
Continue reading at https://twitter.com/TeamSarwar/status/1028769165828665349
We are not obliged like our Palestinian brothers and sisters to walk into the line of fire to defend our rights but we are obliged to show solidarity and create pressure for Israel to be held to account. #Gaza #StopTheKilling #genocide #GreatReturnMarch #Palestine
— Emel Mathlouthi آمال مثلوثي (@MathlouthiEmel) May 16, 2018
Continue reading at https://twitter.com/MathlouthiEmel/status/996738644693213186
Sending prayers and light to the innocent tortured souls in Gaza. The world should be ashamed that we turn our backs on genocide and would rather point fingers at each other to evade responsibility. The children are being bombed & we’re all silent. I’d say we’re all responsible.
— Lauren Jauregui (@LaurenJauregui) April 9, 2018
Continue reading at https://twitter.com/LaurenJauregui/status/983410699580784640