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An Air Canada pilot who the airline said made “unacceptable posts” about Israel after Hamas’ murderous attacks over the weekend no longer works there, The Canadian Press reported on Wednesday.

On Tuesday afternoon, the group StopAntisemitism.org shared Instagram posts allegedly made by the man, whom it identified as a pilot at the carrier.

The posts allegedly depict the man wearing Palestinian Arab colors — overtop his flight uniform in one photo — holding signs reading “Israel Hitler is proud of you” and showing an Israeli flag dumped in a garbage can above the caption, “Keep the world clean.”

Another alleged post by the pilot promoting a pro-Palestinian Arab protest in Montreal on Sunday included an expletive against Israel and condemned it to “Burn in hell.”

Air Canada said in a post on X on Tuesday that the flight officer had been taken out of service the day before, when it became aware of “the unacceptable posts made by an Air Canada pilot.”

In an update on Wednesday, the airline said the pilot in question no longer works for Air Canada, “following the process initiated on Monday.”

The Air Line Pilots Association, which represents more than 5,000 aviators at Air Canada, said it is aware of the situation.

“We condemn all violence and hatred, and any promotion thereof. It is our firm expectation that all of our members abide by this principle and our professional code of ethics,” said the union, according to The Canadian Press.