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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Posted on the 19 April 2015 by Mikelumish @IsraelThrives
Daily Kos is a popular American political blog whose purported purpose is to elect Democrats.
However, certain of us familiar with the workings of that site also know that it serves as a not insignificant front-line organ in the mainstreaming of contemporary antisemitism on the left in the form of fanatical demonization of Israel, while the range of its staff's response to this unfortunate fact runs from banning those who point it out, to mostly ignoring its practitioners, or sometimes even condoning it altogether.
Daily Kos user 'subir' is a relatively new favorite amongst the antisemitic anti-Zionist masses at that site.
During a period of time in which the Arab-Israeli conflict was 'relatively' quiet -- aside from yet more car-jihadism in Jerusalem just a few days ago, in which one Israeli was killed and another remains in serious condition, as a result of another Palestinian-Arab deliberately driving his vehicle into Jews waiting at a bus stop -- yet while the Islamic State has taken over the Palestinian-Arab Damascus suburb of Yarmouk in Syria, in the process of which they have also been busy undertaking the task of liberating Palestinian-Arab heads from Palestinian-Arab bodies, you'd think that those who claim to care so much about the Palestinian-Arabs would have plenty to say on the matter.
You'd think that they'd be filled with the sort of righteous indignation and rage regarding Yarmouk that only the internet can assuage.
Well, let's just take a look at the reaction of the Daily Kos community to the six most recent diaries this gentleman has written there over that time.
One of these things is not like the others.  Let's see if you can spot the difference?
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
Boy, those "pro-Palestinian activists" sure have a rather unique way of demonstrating their deep 'concern' about the Palestinian-Arabs, don't they?  It's totally convincing that their curiously selectively-voiced outrage has nothing whatsoever to do with the Jews, no sir...

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