The anti-Israel, anti-Jewish rhetoric of Black Lives Matter

Activist Damon Rosen documents the spread of anti-Israel and anti-Semitic rhetoric in the Black Lives Matter movement.

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

Black Lives Matter protest in Tel Aviv June 2nd 2020
Black Lives Matter protest in Tel Aviv June 2nd 2020
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Video editor Damon Rosen compiled speeches from a July 1st Black Lives Matter protest in Seattle. Damon told Arutz Sheva: "I've been aware of the links between the BLM organization and the BDS movement since their first 'delegation to Palestine' back in 2015, as well as their links to CAIR, the Council on American Islamic Relations and anti-Semite Linda Sarsour.

"Their outright hatred for the State of Israel, their blood libels and growing ties to the Nation of Islam were very troubling to me years ago, and things seem to be getting worse by the day.

"Since the death/murder of George Floyd I've noticed the mainstreaming and acceptance of Louis Farrakhan, the biggest anti-Semite in America, and the sick narrative that today's Jews aren't really Jews. It bothers me tremendously to see the Black community turn against the Jewish community, which was at the forefront of the civil rights movement, while embracing the people who still actually enslave them in the Arab world.

"Their hypocrisy of preaching inclusion, while demonizing Jews and Israel is astounding and troubling. I look at how Jews live in fear in France, and don't want to see the same thing happen in America," Rosen said.